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eFuels based on renewable energy are driving the comprehensive defossilisation of transport and mobile machinery and are an important component of ambitious climate protection.
Working group discusses hybrid lightweight construction developments and digitalization strategies in a challenging economic environment at annual conference.
FlowPro: Micrologistics of the future with ground- and air-bound autonomous transport units
Report on the current development of digital experimentation fields in Germany and on the potential applications of 5G in agriculture and forestry.
In addition to battery electric vehicles, the fuel cell will be another mainstay of future mobility. In order to assess the effects and potential for mechanical and plant engineering at an early stage, the second edition of the study "Drive in Change" was published with a focus on fuel cell technology.
A meta-study by the Research Association for Combustion Engines (FVV), conducted by Frontier Economics, provides information on how climate-friendly new drive technologies are.
The use of hydrogen is indispensable for achieving climate neutrality. The National Hydrogen Strategy is an important building block for this.
From bicycles to container ships: a variety of technologies will continue to be needed in drive technology in the future. Mechanical engineering is driving the development of all types of drive, including electromobility.
In order to support long-term and future-oriented research and development, innovative projects are financially supported. In addition to collaborative research, companies now also have the option of tax-based research funding. We give you an overview of the funding landscape.
Mechanical and plant engineering stands for innovation and solution competence in the field of mobility and mobile applications. As a manufacturer, equipment supplier and user, the entire bandwidth is covered, making mechanical engineering a "driver" of transformation as well as of efficiency increases in existing solutions in transport and logistics. We supply the production technologies for sustainable mobility and competitive jobs in Germany.
The agricultural machinery industry is pursuing ambitious climate targets: New machines are to consume up to 40 percent less fuel in 2030 compared to 1990. The guide "Saving diesel with innovative agricultural technology" helps to achieve this goal.
Joint economic policy positions of the mechanical and plant engineering industry 2020
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