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    On one hand automotive industry’s largest researched field, Autonomous Driving is leading to revolutionary shift by teaching the cars how to drive on its own in both controlled and uncontrolled environments. On the other hand, it is almost impossible to develop cars that can surpass human driving without a powerful and a reliable sensor system,...

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    New forms of energy and drive are increasingly becoming the focus of mobility and infrastructure developers. EDAG is now bundling its competences in a new power unit: "Energy Systems and Drivetrain". Green electricity, e-mobility, hydrogen and fuel cells: these are the buzzwords on the way to new mobility and new, smart production methods. One...

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    They weigh several tonnes. Skillfully steering them across the fields requires years of experience: without combine harvesters, agriculture would not exist in its current form. But can even huge vehicles like these be operated without a driver? Autonomous driving on public roads is still prohibited by law - but technologically possible. Adapting...

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    Car lights – long underestimated – are developing into key players for the future of automobility. What might initially sound a bit far-fetched becomes clear as soon as it comes to communication between pedestrians and autonomous vehicles: "Has the self-driving car noticed me, and can I cross the road?" – this is the point at which lights become...

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    In the past, energy management in vehicles was mostly about dealing with electricity consumers as efficiently as possible. Today's electric cars are radically changing that. AI enables them to find out for themselves when the driver(s) will need how much power in the battery and, at the other times, to earn money independently as participants in...

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    With the IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich at the beginning of September, the rapid changes in the automotive industry and the recent dramatic climate developments, the mobility of tomorrow is more in the public focus than ever before. New technologies, alternative drives, smart city and power grid concepts, the networking of all vehicles and autonomous...

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    We're travelling along the motorway to the accompaniment of our favourite song. The voice assistant warns of traffic congestion ahead – and then the telephone rings, and we use the hands-free system to take the call. Everyday scenes that make one thing clear: in-car audio systems are becoming increasingly important. Radio, telephone and media...

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    When a car is being bought in Germany, the most important criteria are not so much innovative technology or styling, but rather reliability and above all safety. This applies in particular to the second row of seats, which is where children often sit. For vehicle manufacturers, this is an enormous challenge, as there is a wide variety of child...

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    Vehicles that navigate their way through everyday traffic on their own, while the driver works on a laptop or relaxes in the back seat: These images are still dreams of the future. Even if no fully autonomous vehicle has yet been approved for use on the roads, car manufacturers are increasingly installing driver assistance systems as standard....

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    In 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew his plane "Spirit of St. Louis" the 5,800 kilometres from New York to Paris in 33 long and lonely hours. Not quite 50 years later, Concorde covered the same distance in an incredible three supersonic hours. Flying is something we take for granted today, and we seldom take the time to appreciate the extremely complex...

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