At InnoTrans 2022, Michael Meyer zu Hörste, Chief Engineer of the Institute of Transportation Systems at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), spoke to Global Railway Review’s Editorial Assistant, Elliot Robinson, about the exciting rail research the centre is currently involved with, and explained DLR’s involvement with the FCH2RAIL project.
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German Aerospace Center (DLR)
At InnoTrans 2022, DLR has been offering insights into its current work, projects, and results at Hall 2.2, Stand 460.
Alstom is developing a project that will explore the possibilities of train automation for rail passenger transport in Germany.
Siemens Mobility will contribute its experience and expertise to two innovative research projects studying the safety of automated rail operations.
Alstom's test project, scheduled to begin in 2021, will explore implementing Automatic Train Operation in daily passenger operation of regional trains.
With the aim of making tomorrow’s trains faster, more comfortable and more efficient, the Next Generation Train (NGT) research project has now entered its third phase. This family of cutting-edge train concepts has been under ongoing development since 2007, with the ultra-high-speed NGT HST (formerly NGT HGV) leading the way…