Brain of Materials at the Technical Congress of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA). The Technical Congress of the VDA (#VDATK23) in Berlin is the most important industry meeting of the automotive industry in Europe. Here, decision-makers, technical managers, specialists and executives as well as those responsible from politics, research and science came together to discuss the current challenges in the field of climate policy and digitalization. The event focused on challenges in climate policy, digitalization, and the need for greater connectivity and technological networking.

Brain of Materials took the opportunity to present its innovations and solutions for improving the circular economy in the automotive industry. The participation also gave Brain of Materials the opportunity to connect with other industry experts and gain valuable insights into the future development of mobility.

One of the key highlights of this year's Congress was the discussion of the need for greater connectivity and technological networking. The topics ranged from intermodal transportation infrastructure concepts to the integration of digital services in cars and the need for connectivity in production. Brain of Materials was able to contribute to the topic of integrating material information, an essential aspect for the development of a circular economy, in the automotive industry.

The congress also provided a platform for many interesting discussions, particularly in the area of recycling and circular economy. The event emphasized the need for interfaces and networks to meet future mobility requirements, which is crucial for developing sustainable solutions and driving innovation in the industry.

"We are proud to have participated in this important industry meeting and to have been able to share our knowledge and experience in the field of circular economy and Supply Chains with other experts," said Thomas Flaskamp (Brain of Materials). "We believe the circular economy is an important aspect of future mobility and we look forward to continuing to develop innovations that help drive sustainability in the automotive industry."

Brain of Materials will continue to develop innovative solutions to improve the circular economy and promote sustainability in the automotive and other industries. Through the Congress, Brain of Materials worked closely with customers and partners to develop customized solutions and will continue to develop innovative solutions for sustainability in the automotive and other industries.

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