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    EDAG Tech Insights

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    Mobility of the future

    Using instead of owning – the EDAG CityBot shows how

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    The COVID 19 effect – making the future crisis-proof

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    Our world is more complex than ever before. It is volatile. Unpredictable. Constantly changing. In order to be able to react quickly to these changes, a high degree of flexibility is required. From now on previously proven models, experiences or conditions are put to the test. So today we are continuing to experience an evolution, are forced to...

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    The combination of shorter product cycles and constantly increasing vehicle complexity is making ever-increasing demands on OEMs and their suppliers. In product development processes in particular, a great deal of the responsibility lies with the system suppliers. The system supplier is often the interface between the OEM and Tier 2 or Tier 3...

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    What will the car of the future look like? Will we recharge it instead of refuelling it? Will it be fully autonomous? What does the mobility of tomorrow have in store for us? International vehicle manufacturers are working all out on a variety of different solutions for alternative drivetrains and vehicle digitalisation. On one point, however,...

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    Our vehicles produce a wealth of data every day, using state-of-the-art technology to do so. Highly complex sensors such as cameras, radar or lidar collect this valuable information. These can then provide information on the vehicle's performance, e.g. slippage, accelerator setting, gear shifts, etc. But for OEMs, the focus is on quite different...

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    The establishment of a holistic mobility ecosystem requires the networking of vehicle and infrastructure through comprehensive and easy-to-integrate software interfaces and standards. Using the concept of off-street parking, this article illustrates practical experiences how a Smart Parking System connects different stakeholders through a software...

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    Safety has always been of the utmost importance in vehicle development. Regardless of vehicle category, many cars already have numerous systems: advanced driver assistance, steering and brake assist, collision avoidance, etc. These are active safety systems, and help to ensure that accidents do not happen.   Over the last few years, there has...

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    In Germany, parking search traffic generates costs of 40 billion euros annually.1 A desire for more usable space and less traffic in cities is growing strongly among the population. At the same time, many drivers hesitate to drive into car parks because the process offers little customer convenience and the cost structure is usually...

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    Although from a statistical point of view we are living in the safest age to date, growing religious, ethnic and resource-related conflicts worldwide and the activities of various terrorist groups mean that people are experiencing an increased need for protection and security in all areas of life. We, EDAG CAE & Safety, are your competent partner...

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    Robots have long been indispensable in modern production landscapes. Did you know that we have a cocktail party in the 1950s to thank for the invention of the industrial robot? Or to be more precise: the chance encounter there of the physicist Joseph Engelberger, who in his youth had devoured science fiction novels about robots, and the inventor...

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    New mobility concepts have become more important than ever. For many people, urban traffic congestion is noticeable and a part of everyday life. Increasing emissions, noise, overcrowding, and above all - traffic jams. These are challenges that need to be solved. Motivated by these considerations, the EDAG Group presented its sustainable and fully...

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