Siemens Mobility is providing intelligent mobility technology for near-real-time exchange of information between vehicles and infrastructure
The German city of Düsseldorf has opened an automated and connected vehicle test track in conjunction with Siemens.
Equipped with Siemens Mobility technology, the 20km digital test field highlights the latest intelligent traffic technologies, which is preparing the region for automated and autonomous traffic of the future.
"We are proud to be a partner with the City of Düsseldorf on this important project, which is laying the ground work for the future of road mobility in Germany,” said Manfred Fuhg, head of Siemens Mobility in Germany.
“The test track is the first of its kind in Germany and our technologies will reduce traffic congestion, enhance safety and provide more availability of mass transit as we continue to move towards vehicle autonomy."
The project has four key Siemens Mobility components:
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