Automated and networked driving

Automated and networked driving fundamentally changes our mobility. It is not only able to improve the safety of mobility, but also to reduce the negative environmental impact of transport and make entirely new mobility concepts possible. This allows us to plan and use  our time differently, to make better use of route and parking capacities and to reduce congestion. Increased automation offers great potential to shift more freight transport from road to rail. In addition, more effcient logistics planning can
reduce overall freight traffc. DLR develops technologies for automated driving, thereby devising vehicle and mobility concepts, as well as scenarios for their successful introduction. DLR also assesses user acceptance and changes in mobility behaviour. 



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


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