ZF Friedrichshafen AG is a leading global technology group in driveline and chassis technology as well as active and passive safety technology. We develop and manufacture innovative and high-quality products to improve the mobility of people and goods as well as all related technologies. In the Industrial Technology division, ZF bundles its activities for off-road applications. This includes the development and production of transmissions and axles for agricultural and construction machinery as well as driveline technology for forklifts, rail and special vehicles. The division is also responsible for worldwide business in marine and aviation propulsion technology as well as the development and production of transmissions for wind turbines. The division's portfolio also includes large industrial gear units and test systems for a wide variety of applications in driveline and chassis technology. The business fields of the Industrial Technology Division thus cover a very broad spectrum of products and markets. In total, the division employs around 11,000 people at 21 locations worldwide. Passau is the management site responsible for this division. Mobility is becoming digital. Increasingly powerful computer chips process information, but they cannot brake or steer themselves. ZF networks supercomputers with its sensors and mechatronic systems to form intelligent mechanics. The triad "SEE - THINK - ACT" is the leading principle for ZF and a unique advantage for its technological innovations. ZF uses its comprehensive know-how not only to create individual solutions for megatrends such as mobility, safety, efficiency, and autonomous driving, but also to design comprehensive and intelligent systems. Thanks to its great expertise, ZF combines environmental sensors such as cameras and radar ("SEE") with central electronic control units in the vehicle ("THINK"). Intelligent mechatronics in the drive system, chassis, and steering system then convert the learned findings into actions ("ACT").