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Future Scenarios, Describing Consistent Networks of Influences from Markets, Technologies and Business Environment with a Time Horizon of 2020

  • J. Gausemeier
  • G. Stollt
  • C. Wenzelmann
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Abstract

The development of technologies, particularly in the domains of information and communications, offers us fascinating possibilities for new products that can help create new jobs and greater prosperity. Such promise is essential for mechanical engineering and related sectors like the automotive industry.

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Future Scenario Unit Labor Cost Success Potential Consistency Analysis Strategic Factor 
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  • J. Gausemeier
  • G. Stollt
  • C. Wenzelmann

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