How to meet the future requirements of the automotive industry?

Fabian Grunert, Petrus Johannes van Swaaij (Contributor), Anke Blume (Contributor), Richard Messnarz (Contributor), Damjan Ekert (Contributor)

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Abstract

The automotive industry is one of the main driving forces for the European economy, provides employment to 12 million workers. But the sector is facing many structural changes, including stricter emission standards and decarbonisation as part of new mobility concepts. A high quality of education, skills and training is the basis to ensure the strong position of the automotive industry in the future: knowledge, innovation, R&D and competence development are mainly important. The future jobs will have a different mix of skills and requires permanent upgrading of skill levels and competences. The European DRIVES project is dealing with this challenge.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2019
EventChemistry meets Industry and Society 2019: A creative showcase conference - Grand Hotel, Salerno, Italy
Duration: 28 Aug 201930 Aug 2019

Conference

ConferenceChemistry meets Industry and Society 2019
Abbreviated titleCIS2019
CountryItaly
CitySalerno
Period28/08/1930/08/19

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    Grunert, F., van Swaaij, P. J., Blume, A., Messnarz, R., & Ekert, D. (2019). How to meet the future requirements of the automotive industry?. Abstract from Chemistry meets Industry and Society 2019, Salerno, Italy.