Abschlussveranstaltung Platooning in Berlin

Abschlussveranstaltung Platooning in Berlin
Teilnehmer des Platooning-Projekts präsentierten die Forschungsergebnisse beim Abschlussevent im Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur (BMVI) in Berlin
  • Abschlussveranstaltung Platooning in Berlin
    The participants of the platooning-project presented the research results at the final event at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) in Berlin (l.t.r.): Joachim Drees, MAN Truck & Bus, Alexander Doll, Deutsche Bahn, Dr. Tobias Miethaner, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Andy Kipping, truck driver DB Schenker, Prof. Dr. Sabine Hammer and Prof. Dr. Christian Haas, both Hochschule Fresenius.
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  • Platooning in the logistics industry: world's first practical use of networked truck convoys in Germany
    (Munich, June 25, 2018) As the world's first logistics provider, DB Schenker, together with its cooperation partners MAN Truck & Bus and Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, today sent two digitally networked trucks into practical use. In the presence of Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Andreas Scheuer, a truck "platoon" set off from the DB Schenker branch office in Neufahrn near Munich via the A9 digital test field to Nuremberg. The federal government is funding the pilot project with around EUR 2 million.
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  • Platooning in the logistics industry: world's first practical use of networked truck convoys in Germany
    (Munich, June 25, 2018) As the world's first logistics provider, DB Schenker, together with its cooperation partners MAN Truck & Bus and Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, today sent two digitally networked trucks into practical use. In the presence of Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Andreas Scheuer, a truck "platoon" set off from the DB Schenker branch office in Neufahrn near Munich via the A9 digital test field to Nuremberg. The federal government is funding the pilot project with around EUR 2 million.
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  • Platooning in the logistics industry: world's first practical use of networked truck convoys in Germany
    (Munich, June 25, 2018) As the world's first logistics provider, DB Schenker, together with its cooperation partners MAN Truck & Bus and Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, today sent two digitally networked trucks into practical use. In the presence of Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Andreas Scheuer, a truck "platoon" set off from the DB Schenker branch office in Neufahrn near Munich via the A9 digital test field to Nuremberg. The federal government is funding the pilot project with around EUR 2 million.
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  • Platooning in the logistics industry: world's first practical use of networked truck convoys in Germany
    (Munich, June 25, 2018) As the world's first logistics provider, DB Schenker, together with its cooperation partners MAN Truck & Bus and Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, today sent two digitally networked trucks into practical use. In the presence of Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Andreas Scheuer, a truck "platoon" set off from the DB Schenker branch office in Neufahrn near Munich via the A9 digital test field to Nuremberg. The federal government is funding the pilot project with around EUR 2 million.
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  • Platooning in the logistics industry: world's first practical use of networked truck convoys in Germany
    (Munich, June 25, 2018) As the world's first logistics provider, DB Schenker, together with its cooperation partners MAN Truck & Bus and Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, today sent two digitally networked trucks into practical use. In the presence of Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Andreas Scheuer, a truck "platoon" set off from the DB Schenker branch office in Neufahrn near Munich via the A9 digital test field to Nuremberg. The federal government is funding the pilot project with around EUR 2 million.
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