Mobility & Transport

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Our world is changing, and mobility is the main issue. The future requires intelligent transportation systems to move people and goods from A to B and save CO². These include not only battery-powered vehicles, cars and trucks powered by hydrogen, air taxis, electrically-powered aircraft or gas-powered ships, but also the intelligent networking of means of transport and the further digitization of goods and traffic flows. In the future, the new mobile communications standard 5G will play a special role in vehicle logistics or for intelligent traffic control systems where traffic lights switch to red or green depending on the actual traffic volume.

The new mobile standard offers maximum transmission rates of 10 to 20 GB per second, which is the prerequisite for transferring data in real-time, for example for networked driving, or to map supply chains of forwarding companies and subcontractors in detail. Seamless transportation is designed to connect all those involved in transport. Remote diagnostics should reduce maintenance and repair costs, and service life should only be incurred if necessary.

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The need for modernization in a globalized economy is enormous, as different modes of transport such as ship, aircraft, rail and truck transport goods with tight schedules from Asia to Europe or from South America to Australia and information on transport status in real-time with all important parameters such as storms and congestions allow more flexibility and cost savings. Truck drivers and dispatchers benefit from even more accurate traffic information from anonymized swarm data and further digitization with 5G is an important prerequisite for assistance systems that relieve drivers somewhat of the burden of stop-and-go traffic on the highway.

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