ARENA2036 stands for “Active Research Environment for the Next generation of Automobiles” and is the innovation platform for production and mobility of the future. The research campus is one of a total of nine in the BMBF funding initiative “Research Campus – Public-Private Partnership for Innovation” in Germany. We see ourselves as an innovation platform for future technologies, where high-tech companies and leading scientific institutes work togehter to delvelop new disruptive technologies. As part of the University of Stuttgart campus, we provide our more than 50+ partners direct access to excellent know-how and collaboration with leading experts from a wide range of scientific disciplines.
The Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units (ISW) of the University of Stuttgart is one of the leading research centers in the field of control engineering – from planning to the tool. The ISW does interdisciplinary research in technologies for the future production and automation. For the industry we are for almost 50 years an innovative and reliably partner for ambitious challenges, from the first idea to the end product.
The University of Stuttgart is one of the leading technically oriented universities in Germany with global significance. It sees itself as a center of university-based, non-university, and industrial research. Furthermore, it takes a role as a guarantor of research-based teaching, focused on quality and holism. The university promotes the transfer of knowledge and technologies to society in all their profile- and competence areas as well as their emerging fields. The „Stuttgarter Weg” (Stuttgart Way) means an interdisciplinary integration of engineering, natural sciences, humanities, management, economics and social sciences based on the fundamentals of cutting-edge research at a disciplinary level. Our vision is “Intelligent systems for a sustainable society”.
About the supporters
Stuttgart Regional Economic Development Corporation is the central contact point for investors and companies in the city of Stuttgart with its five surrounding counties being one of the most active automotive regions worldwide including plenty of hidden champions and world-leading technology companies doing research, development and production. This industry branch is going through a mayor transformation towards an electrified power train and more digitised solutions in production and product and at the same time is faced with a lack of an experienced workforce and the need to re- and upskill the existing.
Supporting this transformation and involving the most relevant regional actors is the main purpose of a just starting project that will be presented and promoted during SCAP2022.