Mercedes-Benz Sustainability Magazine 365

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Mercedes-Benz Sustainability Magazine 365

The Mercedes-Benz Sustainability Magazine provides you with information about how we are promoting sustainability.

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Industrial Robots Are Learning to Save Energy
In the EU project AREUS, researchers and engineers have developed the components of an energy-efficient automobile production system of the future. Basically, the idea is to have a direct-current network supply robots with “green” electricity, some of which is subsequently recovered and temporarily stored. Digital measurement technology and intelligent networking will...
Dec 14, 2016 8:30 AM ET
Tracking Down the Product Pirates
Although counterfeit car components may look like brand-name parts, they are anything but. The market is being swamped by more and more such fake products. However, buyers don’t realize that counterfeit parts can represent a real hazard. The brand protection team at Daimler is therefore doing all it can to put an end to product piracy.
Nov 30, 2016 9:10 AM ET
Every Cent Helps
Most of the guests from abroad who visit the city of Arusha in northeastern Tanzania are coming in order to observe animals in the wild. For them, the city is a starting point for safaris in the national park of the same name. But when people from time2help come to Arusha, they stay in order to help local people, especially children. This association, which is based in Böblingen, Germany,...
Nov 28, 2016 8:15 AM ET
Daimler Is Making Traffic Education Fun
Cool! I like the way you did that!” Max is visibly impressed as he hands a small card to the bewildered young man standing at the curb. He has just held back two teenagers who were about to dash across the pedestrian crossing without looking right or left — a cyclist was barely able to brake in time. The young man is initially surprised to hear this praise from the mouth of an eight-year-old,...
Nov 21, 2016 12:50 PM ET
Environment Check for New E-Class
If you want to find out how environmentally compatible a vehicle is, you have to look at more than just the fuel consumption and emission figures. To obtain a full overview, it’s vital to take the vehicle’s entire life cycle into account — from the extraction of the raw materials it contains to the car’s production, its many years of use, and its eventual recycling/disposal as an end-of-life...
Aug 11, 2016 8:00 AM ET