Experience SKF Knowledge

Experience SKF Knowledge

Experience the power of SKF Knowledge Engineering and find out how SKF products impact many aspects of human life. Visit the labs of SKF’s global R&D center, the test halls and Solution Factory and you’ll see how SKF is setting standards for bearings and units, seals, mechatronics, services and lubrication systems. The future doesn’t just happen. It’s made. Be part of it!  Are you a technical student?  Are you passionate about innovation and breakthrough technology?  Are you interested in exploring the business impact of innovative solutions?  Do you enjoy working in multinational team? Then register for this inspiring Experience Day. Choose one of the really challenging cases, and meet and cooperate with our experts to come up with possibly far-reaching solutions. If your solution is the best of the day you will be able to drive a Burton race car for another wonderful experience. Next to a meaningful program you will get a complete lunch and at the end of the day some drinks and snacks. Together with your team and a dedicated SKF Business Case advisor you will be working on a real SKF case. You will have the opportunity to experience the way we work in SKF, to feel the atmosphere and the company culture. At the end of the day you and your team will pitch the results in front of a professional jury. Case A: How can SKF become the undisputed leader (for bearing solutions) in the wind industry? Wind energy has great potential to lessen our dependence on traditional resources like oil, gas and coal and to do it without as much damage to the environment. SKF has been on the forefront developing technologies to improve performance and sustainability of wind turbines. The industry is developing fast and competition is fierce. The intention is to identify new opportunities to strengthen our bearing business in the wind industry, preferably (but not limited to) building on our core competencies. Case B: A challenging design issue for the world largest dredging ship This business case will challenge your problem solving capabilities and will give you the tools to explore new undiscovered paths. Case C: Is ‘Autonomous Car’ an interesting potential business for SKF? “By 2025, 6.2 million vehicles are expected to have automated features. Most OEMs are focused on offering semi-automated features in their cars by 2017 and highly-automated driving by 2020” (source Frost and Sullivan). How do you think SKF could contribute in order to become a strategic player?

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