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In the third and last part of our small series about electric cars, battery or hydrogen-powered, we compare these two concepts once again, look at […]
After having dealt in part 1 of our brief series with what German car manufacturers have to offer or are planning in the field of […]
At the moment, the battery-powered car is still the main focus of attention among German car manufacturers as the means of transport for the future. […]
The transition to fully autonomous driving is still years ahead. Helen Kardan writes about what the challenges are that the automotive industry has to overcome.
As a "role model for the sustainable mobility of tomorrow," the "M Cube" future cluster of the Technical University of Munich has won funding from the federal government in the "Clusters4Future" compe
Experts from six different Fraunhofer Institutes have developed an individual, flexible and modular concept for the mobility of the future: The 'Vision PI.'
Scientists from Tübingen, Germany are investigating how a so-called multimodal app can become the key to networked mobility use and pave the way to less individual traffic participants
Where once coal waited to be shoveled onto train cars, the Kohlebunker in Freimann, just north of Munich, now hosts companies at the cutting edge […]
“Mobility Solutions for the Future” is the field of expertise for FMS GmbH (Future Mobility Solutions). The company, based in Gaimersheim, Bavaria, is active in […]
Traffic lights that talk to their surroundings, cars that communicate with each other to avoid traffic jams or autonomous shuttle buses that take passengers from […]
How long does the battery last in total? – This is certainly one of the most important questions for manufacturers and users in times of […]
Initiated by E52 and High Tech Campus, the 10 most promising startups-to-watch from the Brainport Eindhoven region have been announced for the fourth consecutive year. […]
The full connective autonomous car. Cars that aren’t only self-driving, but also communicate with other cars. These full connective autonomous cars don’t just ‘talk’ with each other […]
Each week, we follow up on one of our best-read stories in this section. This week: Will everyone reap the benefits of a connected city?
Mannheim scholars explore the impact of smart cities and AI on urban life and social inequality in practical use cases.
Monday sees the birth of Europe's largest automobile manufacturer. Fiat is giving the newly born company an idea of what the future holds.
The future of mobility is on the horizon. Lots of European companies in particular are ready to launch their flying taxis, including the Spanish company AAM.
Catalonia has rapidly become a major European hub for digital innovation and biomedical technology. But the future lies in industrial technology.
"The prerequisite for an inclusive society is that everyone feels at home here. So: care for housing, a well-functioning infrastructure, clean air and a vibrant city"