Innovation takes place all over the world, but a few places have earned a reputation as certified innovation hubs. One of these places is Munich, Germany. I recently went on a trade mission delegation to Munich, and some of the things I saw greatly impressed me, especially in the automobile industry. The innovations I saw made me think about what’s in store for the future of cars and space aeronautics.
In this episode, I recount my trip to Munich and elaborate on why it’s one of the best places on Earth if you want to see innovation and futuristic concepts. I describe my experience touring the BMW factory and how efficient their building process is. I explain what their robots do and why BMW still makes its own seats. I discuss IHK and why it’s the future of talent. I also highlight a new type of aerospace engine that’s still in the development stage.
"Munich is positioning itself as a knowledge and innovation hub." - Paul Heller
This week on Innovation Talks:
- What I learned during my mission delegation to Munich
- What I saw when we toured the BMW manufacturing plant
- The efficiency of BMW's automobile factory
- Why BMW still makes their own seats
- The IHK and why it's the future of talent
- Exploring the Urban Co-Lab
- Innovations in aerospace engines
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