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Lars Engelhard


I leverage strong international networks in business, politics and academics to create innovative solutions and unique business opportunities. Combining diverse academic studies in technical and human fields, I provide a multidisciplinary approach that drives organizations and individuals to excel. I have a strong track-record proving my ability to outline bold visions and appropriate strategies to drive success

If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea - Antoine de Saint-Exupery 'The Wisdom of the Sands'

I claimed my first single inventor patent in the field of advanced driver assistance systems while I was working on innovative 2D/3D Image processing, driving the bold vision of autonomous driving. In 2003-2005, this was more like science-fiction to the rest of the world. I continued to claim patents including network connectivity, safety & security, big data, artificial intelligence (AI) throughout various industries. Inventing innovative products, I discovered my natural leadership character and skills to share my passion and create fantastic teams. You may enjoy to view my Vita or check on numerous patents I claimed in the past. Continuously challenging myself, I became a 'Jack of all trades'. Driven by pure curiosity, dedicated to innovative solutions and supported by a strong network, there are no limits.

Given the chance to create such environments, I enjoy long-term commitments to drive my ideas and visions.


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Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, Co-Chair of the Club of Rome, invited me to join this ambigious project in late 2015. 'Come On!' shows what can be done to develop a more sustainable world. Members of the club are optimistic that fabulous opportunities exist to guide the world towards sustainable prosperity. In my previous academics and business profession, I observed various notable changes in our society encouraging him to interlink technology, politics, economics and sociology.

Earth is currently accommodating about 7 billion people. Caused by our habits and living, we would need two of them to remain in balance. The United Nations predict humanity to grow up to 11 billion people in 2100. Therefore, it is time to reconsider our habits, alliances and politics.

Challenged during an international authorship meeting with our world's elite in 2015, one of our founding members was invited to analyze current shortcomings and rethink our current mechanisms of national and international politics.