The Steinbeis Engineering Day takes place every two years, turning the spotlight on research and development with a focus on transfer. The aim is to provide a venue for people involved in the product development process to forge networks, to examine the current issues faced in key fields of engineering, and to show possible ways forward. The day is used to discuss these topics from a variety of angles, with an emphasis on product engineering, process engineering, and project engineering. The challenges of technological and social change also make it essential to engage in product-centric, professionally managed knowledge generation and research. The Steinbeis Engineering Day takes place every second year between the Max Syrbe Symposia to highlight the criteria of successful, transfer-oriented science, and research management. Steinbeis also publishes Steinbeis Engineering Studies to provide examples of the issues faced in business practice during the product development process, alongside solutions.