The latest developments and research results on the topics of autonomous driving, electric mobility as an integral component of a closed mobility chain, energy-efficient routing, innovative charging concepts and infrastructure standards as well as user requirements and functioning incentive systems are the focus of the event.
In addition to the lectures, we also offer a poster exhibition. This means that instead of giving a lecture, you can present the essential information on a poster and answer questions from the event participants on site.
Would you like to participate in our trade exhibition? The exhibition of industrial and research projects on the topic of "Mobility of the Future" is an important part of the symposium. Selected projects are given the opportunity to present their results and to network with others. You can register to take part in the trade exhibition with an exhibit by clicking here.
Innovations in the field of modern mobility can be tested and "driven" within the framework of the event.
At the symposium, representatives from research and industry will present their latest developments and research results on the topics of autonomous driving, electric mobility as an integral component of a closed mobility chain, energy-efficient routing, innovative charging concepts and infrastructure standards as well as user requirements and functioning incentive systems.
One focus is on innovative energy storage systems, which will be researched in the future at the Research Center Modern Mobility Technology Campus Plattling.
The symposium aims to bring together participants from research, industry and local authorities who deal with these topics in order to exchange ideas on developments and solutions. In addition, interested parties are cordially invited to inform themselves about developments in the field of modern mobility.
Research Focus "Mobility Concepts of the Future"
Our symposium is the result of the joint project "E-WALD - Electromobility in the Bavarian Forest".
The joint project "E-WALD - Electromobility in the Bavarian Forest" was successfully completed in December 2016. The main goal of the project, to prove that electromobility works in rural areas, was achieved.
The competence in the research focus Innovative Mobility has been continuously expanded at DIT over the last few years.
The results of the E-WALD project have been incorporated into the EU Horizon2020 - Call "GV.8-2015 - Project ELECTRIFIC - "Electric vehicles' enhanced performance and integration into the transport system and the grid". One goal is to ensure attractive and sustainable electric mobility through the intelligent integration of electric vehicles and the power grid, with the consistent involvement of users. The operation of electric vehicles is to be consistently simplified with the aim of making the use of electric vehicles as convenient and attractive as the use of combustion vehicles. At the same time, the utilization of the power grid and the infrastructure for electric vehicles will be optimized, while at the same time maximizing the possible use of renewable energies.
Since 2019, our research center Modern Mobility Technology Campus Plattling has been under construction. It is divided into two superordinate research areas. The area of Technology Development for Modern Mobility comprises the following complementary focal points:
In the field of computer tomography with supported measurement technology for real-time measurement, the construction and commissioning of a robot-supported digitisation cell is of particular importance.
planned. Complete vehicles - passenger cars as well as rail vehicles - can be measured here. This field of research is unique in Germany.
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