The world spins faster and faster. The automotive industry is facing fundamental, disruptive upheavals. Digitalisation, globalisation and the resulting transformation of automotive technologies, markets and production methods are what also characterize EDAG. We have the know-how, the speed and the agility to develop the innovations required in the fields of digitalisation, e-mobility, connectivity and even autonomous driving for and with our customers.
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