It is widely recognised that electric mobility is no longer illusory but is now a genuine model for the future. Nevertheless, when it comes to adopting the new technol
It is not just the presence of Audi, BMW and Mercedes that make South Germany a specialist region for the automobile industry. There are meanwhile around half a dozen
The EU Parliament is currently discussing whether WLAN or 5G should be defined as the standard technology for autonomous driving. Whichever technology is ultimately ch
Driving to another town and charging your electric car might sound simple, but it is not at the moment. Sometimes you pay for charging by the minute, sometimes a flat
Again in 2019, ESG is acting as a sponsor of the Deutschlandstipendium to support the specialists of tomorrow.
What do you think Formula 1 will look like in 30 years’ time? Judging by the latest developments in the fields of artificial intelligence and electromobility, these
The realisation of highly automated, autonomous driving functions and the use of algorithms to perform the task of driving is no longer science fiction but a concrete,
Vehicle drives will have to change in the future if they are to meet the wide range of demands from society, the environment and policy makers. Find out here which glo
This exclusive accolade was awarded in recognition of the overall quality of ESG as an employer, after assessing various criteria. It places ESG among the top one perc
At first glance, the modern aerospace sector seems to have little in common with the automotive sector. Looking at key indicators such as the length of development cyc
ESG has been awarded the top4women employer seal once again for 2019.
As connected vehicles are developed further, the demands on IT security in the vehicles are growing all the time. Preventing hacker attacks and minimising security ris
An interview with Ulrike Hlawatsch, Audi account manager at ESG Mobility GmbH.
Vehicle and infrastructure networking are of seminal importance for future technological development in the automotive industry. With the introduction of connected-car
ESG Mobility GmbH systematically expands its service portfolio and delivery capability.
To strengthen innovative power and develop additional opportunities - the new structure will make ESG even more agile and efficient.
A purposeful partnership for the mobility of tomorrow
Wolfgang Sczygiol (CEO ESG GmbH, ESG Mobility) in an interview at the 2018 Automotive Electronics Congress.
Innovations for greater functionality, convenience and safety with regard a networked, sustainable, emission-free mobility – from AI to IoT to smart charge devices.<
Jörg Ohlsen will take over from Wolfgang Sczygiol on 1st October
Peter Fuß (Senior Advisory Partner Automotive, Ernst & Young) and Wolfgang Sczygiol (CEO ESG GmbH, ESG Mobility) in an interview about the industry drivers of aut
Wolfgang Sczygiol will strengthen the management board of the technology company