With its Transport Program, the DLR is the second largest institutionally funded transport research body in Europe: 26 DLR institutes follow a systematic, programmatic approach. It uses networks and synergies – with national and international facilities and economic and political bodies – to develop concrete solutions for a sustainable transport system.

News

DLR_Transport at New Mobility World 2019

12.09.2019 · Automated and networked driving
Meet us at New Mobility World (IAA) Hall 5, Stand D04 The DLR-booth at New Mobility World 2019 The prototype of an intelligent, modular electric urban car, infrastructure with high-tech sensors for testing automated and networked vehicles, and measuring mobility behaviour with sm...Learn more

DLR Transport at InnoTrans 2018

20.09.2018 · Schienenverkehr
Visit us at the InnoTrans 2018 (Hall 2.2, Stand 404) The leading international trade fair for transport technology The DLR-Stand at the InnoTrans 2018 At InnoTrans 2018 in Berlin, DLR will be presenting the NGT (Next Generation Train) CARGO, a high-speed train for freight traffic...Learn more

On the right track

31.07.2018 · Schienenfahrzeuge
Trains powered by fuel cells are emission-free and do not require overhead power lines. Travelling along non-electrified routes, they offer a sustainable alternative to diesel vehicles. Of the almost 40,000 kilometres covered by Germany‘s rail network, around 60 percent is electr...Learn more

Waiting or Parking?

05.02.2018 · Großereignis- / Katastrophenmanagement
In the VABENE++ project, traffic information is collected automatically from aerial photographs. An approach has now been developed to separate parking from queuing vehicles, thus improving the quality of the results.Learn more

Swarmtool in Action

18.01.2018 · Großereignis- / Katastrophenmanagement
VABENE++ has developed a system for an area-wide mapping of larger areas that allows the simultaneous operation of several multicopters at the same time. The Swarmtool has now been extensively tested and optimized.Learn more

Projects

U-SHIFT

Information on the vehicle concept The concept The autonomous, driverless, electric vehicle concept U-Shift enables a new kind of modularity through the separation of driving module and transport capsules and thus also a new intermodality, new products and business models. The dr...Learn more

NGT HST

The DLR develops concepts to show the trends and technologies for future rail vehicles. The main goals of the Next Generation Train (NGT) project are shorter travel times and reductions in specific energy consumption, noise emissions, and wear, while increasing passenger safety a...Learn more

IMPACT-1 - The Railway of the Future

Shift2Rail has a vision of radically transformed mobility for the people, regions and business of Europe. This is necessary to face the challenges from the most important current societal trends e.g. climate change, urbanisation, territorial and social cohesion.Learn more