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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.

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07/13/2017 | News International

Car parks of the future for Berlin

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...

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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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07/12/2017 | News International

Berlin-Brandenburg tests electrical logistics

With the support of the Brandenburg Economic Development Corporation, the companies Behala, Meyer & Meyer Logistik and Siemens have initiated their own demonstration projects in the metropolitan region of Berlin-Brandenburg in order to show how integrated electromobility could function in goods...

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Green parcel delivery services in Berlin: From now on, 40 street scooters will be delivering parcels silently and emission-free in large parts of the city. The new Work L model with its double cargo capacity is being deployed. This brings the company one step closer to achieving its climate...

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06/27/2017 | News International

The emmy e-scooter-sharer extends its fleet

emmy, a member of the eMO Club, is launching 450 new Govecs Schwalben onto the streets of Berlin from the end of July. The additional e-scooters are extending the Berlin mobility options to include a silent and eco-friendly alternative.

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06/13/2017 | News International

Formula E: two races in Berlin

Tempelhof Airport was transformed into a race circuit for the weekend. For the third year, Formula E staged a real electromobility carnival in Berlin. Due to rapid technical developments, more and more large manufacturers are interested in this race series.

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05/31/2017 | News International

Technology innovation in city logistics

During the 3rd Smart Mobility Forum, young and established companies entered into dialogue with the municipality, in order to jointly exploit green logistics opportunities. With the help of scientific contributions, innovative solutions for transforming commercial transport were discussed.

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The cargo bikes are used in a flexible, environmentally-friendly manner to deliver and collect Express shipments. DHL Parcycles can be fitted with three sizes of transport box. As a further innovation, Cubicycles featuring a reclining saddle are also planned as part of a city-hub concept.

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The new "Internet Institute of Networked Society", founded by a consortium from the capital region, will explore the ethical, legal, economic and social aspects of the Internet and digitalization.

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Scooters are extremely popular in Berlin - and are associated with environmentally-friendly eco-power and lots of fun, just like emmy-Sharing. There are currently around 200 new Torrot eScooters on the roads. In order to meet the high demand, the fleet of all Berlin providers is set to increase to...

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05/15/2017 | News International

Pilot projects in Charlottenburg

The growing number of vehicles traveling the streets is increasingly becoming a problem, and not just when searching for a parking space. Seeking to create space, residents around Mierendorffplatz and Klausenerplatz in Charlottenburg have launched a bold experiment: doing without their own cars.

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05/15/2017 | News International

Berlin’s test field for automated driving

TU professor Sahin Albayrak, director of the DIGINET-PS project, sheds some light on the future of automated driving. A networked urban infrastructure test field is currently being developed and implemented along Straße des 17. Juni in collaboration with eMO and others.

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Berlin is not a typical German auto city. But it nevertheless provides the ideal breeding ground for the startup scene that will define the future of mobility. The digital capital is already working hard to revolutionize the auto industry.

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05/02/2017 | News International

Fleet conversion at Berlin’s airports

In April, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH took possession of 30 fully electric BMW i3 vehicles. As a result, the fleet at the Tegel and Schönefeld airports will switch to sustainable electromobility over the next few months with the further addition of 30 BMW e-vehicles.

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