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 German carmaker wants to advance digital mobility with the help of this international competition.
The German solar car Sono is on course for launch in 2022. As of now, the cart can be ordered at a competitive price of 25,000 euros.
"The future of automobility is completely battery-electric"
Autonomous inland shipping is coming closer thanks to 3D sonar sensors. These sensors work in a similar way to the echolocation that bats use to manoeuvre safely through their surroundings.
Solar Team Eindhoven is changing course. Following the solar-powered family car, this year the team is working on another type of vehicle.
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.
A hydrogen-powered yacht with an underwater observation dome is the future of eco-friendly recreational boating.
"For the time being, the choice is between fantastic software with clumsy hardware or fantastic hardware with clumsy software"
The Fraunhofer Institute in Dresden has developed a 3D scanner that enables cars to look 200 meters into the distance.
In the Netherlands, there are now more than 700 smart traffic lights that recognize approaching cars, cyclists, and buses
Nach rund einem Jahr Entwicklungszeit hat Volkswagen den Prototypen eines Laderoboters vorgestellt, der Elektroautos künftig mit neuer Energie versorgen soll.
With Be-Mobile's C-ITS platform, smart traffic lights in the Netherlands are turning green for ambulances. The platform is part of the Talking Traffic partnership.
When it comes to AI in mobility, many people instantly think of autonomous cars. They are still a while away, but AI can already contribute to safer and more sustainable mobility.
Berlin-based engineering company IAV is working together with FZI on an intelligent and networked e-bike that recognizes its rider and follows them around autonomously.
Thanks to the subsidy from the Dutch government, the initiative now has the thirty million euros needed for the construction of a Hyperloop test center in Groningen.
An articulated truck driving across Europe on autopilot will be a major step in the digitalization of the trucking industry and will fundamentally change it over the long term.
For the first time in the history of skiing, there will be no diesel cloud hanging above the slopes this Sunday before the start of the World Cup. All thanks to a snow groomer that runs on hydrogen.
Truck manufacturers Daimler, Iveco and Volvo and energy companies Shell and OMV want to bring about a breakthrough for the hydrogen truck by adopting a joint approach.
As part of the "ICE2025+" project, researchers from four different German universities have studied to what extent the efficiency of internal combustion engines can be improved in hybrid drives.