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The KVG in Kiel - Copyright KVG / Thomas Mau

The KVG is preparing for the future in Kiel

The municipal subsidiary KVG (Kieler Verkehrsgesellschaft) of the city of Kiel is responsible for local public transport in the state capital. As part of the ongoing requirements for air pollution control in cities, public transport companies are also obliged to convert their own fleet to low-emission or zero-emission vehicles. At KVG, the future for the use of electric buses has already begun.

Shuttle Bus - Copyright Bosch

Bosch - The trend is your friend

Whether lighting, on-board electronics or braking systems, electronics is a broad field for the manufacturer Bosch in automotive engineering. The trend towards electrification of the drive train is now emerging to conquer the heart of the automotive industry with far-reaching consequences for the automotive industry in Germany. "The trend is your friend" is a popular saying, especially on the stock exchange, for herd behavior when share prices rise. Since the Dieselgate at the latest, the trend in automotive engineering has been towards electrification ... Continue reading "Bosch - The trend is your friend

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Minibus on demand - used on the island of Sylt

In 2014, the company Easy Mile was founded in France as a joint venture between the small car manufacturer Ligier and the partner company Robosoft with the aim of developing autonomously driving vehicles. The first developments resulted in the driverless EZ10 minibus. It is manufactured by Ligier and is already being used in more than 50 locations in Europe in various test fields. The NAF-Bus project A model project funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) is currently running in Germany ... Continue reading "Minibus on demand - used on the island of Sylt

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