The capital region of Germany is already a pioneer in innovative and sustainable mobility. Many actors from business, science, politics and administration are working together in different projects to push electromobility. These projects cover a broad spectrum of applications for integrated mobility options and future-oriented drive systems: from motorized vehicles for private households to fleets of carsharing, public transportation and commercial vehicles, as well as electric freight transport by truck, van and cargo bike.
Cooperation with international metropolis and regions in Europe, America and Asia were getting more important over the last few years. The most relevant issues are:
The technical services organisation DEKRA has taken over the Lausitz race track and is going to use it as an innovation centre to test the mobility of the future. It will serve as a central component of the international testing network for automated and networked driving.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FOKUS) and eMO invited experts to a specialist workshop on the subject of car parks of the future. On 7 July, more than 40 experts discussed the type of things the car park of the future needs to be able to provide and how this can be...
The tariff model for charging electric vehicles in the state of Berlin is to be restructured on a trial basis from 15 July 2017. The former time-based tariff, which operated on a sliding scale, is being replaced with a simple connection charge (session fee) as part of a large-scale trial.
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