German made innovation: the knowledge of engineers, researchers and developers is our country’s main resource. The resulting strategies and products are exported worldwide. German ingenuity leads in the fields of transportation, building and urban development. Read more about remarkable innovations in the field of transport and mobility, including high-speed train technology, toll charging, electric mobility, urban development, logistics and telematics here:

www.germaninnovation.org


 

The global market for environmental technology and efficient resource management is expected to double in size by 2025, and German providers are playing a prominent role in this development. Sustainable mobility was defined as one of Germany’s six leading technology markets. The Environmental Technology Atlas 3.0 contains insightful briefs on mobility technologies, comprising propulsion systems, energy efficient vehicle design, traffic control and intelligent telematics, alternative fuels, noise reduction technologies, car sharing and hybrid trams. Find out more on transport technologies in the report on pages 98-111:

/www.bmub.bund.de/en/topics/economy-products-resources


 

The Federal Government has targeted 1 million additional [?] electric cars on German roads by 2020 — next of this aim, 1 million electric bikes are already rolling today. Showcase regions all over Germany comprehensively test and develop electric mobility. Read more here:

www.deutschland.de/en/topic/business/innovation-technology


 

Electric mobility at Frankfurt Airport: a huge number of ground utility vehicles cover many kilometres per day to keep air traffic operating smoothly. The potential fuel and CO2 emission savings is enormous. Find out more about solar-powered stairs, pallet forklifts and other kinds of electric powered vehicles at the Frankfurt Airport:

www.e-port-on.com


 

Vehicle Engineering Test Facility (FTVA)

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Federal Highway Information System (BISStra)

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Fact and Figures

Did you know that in Germany:

  • Reducing a car’s weight by 100kg saves 0.3 litres of fuel/100 km on average
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Russia’s high-speed train, Sapsan (“Peregrine Falcon”), is based on the German InterCityExpress train and has run since 2009 between St. Petersburg, Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sapsan

 

“Catherine the Great” – rail track-laying machinery reaches superlative proportions

http://www.spitzke.com/site/en/news/news/?news_key_=2673 & http://www.spitzke.de/site/en/news/news/?news_key_=2504

 

“The lasting solution – In the area of high-speed rail traffic, slab tracks have become established as an alternative to standard sleepers in traditional ballast roadbeds. The different slab track concepts either make use of (concrete) troughs into which the sleepers are cast, or precast slabs are installed, which already contain the necessary rail seats.” From

http://www.p-tec.org/slab-tracks.php

 

“Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) keeps you updated on the traffic situation as it develops and to the nearest 100m. The system also calculates what delays are to be expected and recommends detours. This keeps you precisely informed of the traffic situation on the planned route and potential alternative routes at all times. As a result you can react to tailbacks and road closures in good time and avoid them.” From

http://www.bmw.com/com/en/insights/technology/connecteddrive/2013/services_apps/rtti.html

Automatic Parking System