MAN Truck & Bus
Like a brain, a central computer in the new MAN truck processes all the information and controls processes within the vehicle. This opens up endless possibilities, says EE architect Stefan Teuchert. The new MAN truck generation can be equipped with new functions that dock into the existing system over its useful life.
Helping other people: Caroline Bischof from MAN helped develop an app that supports job seekers and companies in the Corona crisis.
Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach relies on MAN to transport its professionals. The club's next generation now also has its own fleet of TGE minibuses. This benefits all sides.
14 transport operators were involved in development of the new truck generation. As experts from the field, they supported MAN with advice and criticism. Their verdict is unanimous.
Four MAN employees venture into new territory – and report how they are preparing themselves and the company for the future.
Every year the MAN Impact Accelerator supports startups with a social focus. Which new companies are involved? And how does MAN help the startups in their development?
He is a multiple world champion in windsurfing and the fastest man ever on the board: Antoine Albeau. Now the surf legend adds another speedster to his repertoire.
MAN and NEOPLAN sold more buses in 2018 then ever before. Head of Bus Sales Rudi Kuchta reveals the strategy behind this success.
The bus drivers learn how to master hazardous situations at the ADAC Driving Safety Centre in Berlin-Brandenburg.
But MAN Customer Service provides reliable global quality to ensure that a vehicle is never stranded anywhere in the world.
There is no contradiction between good looks and road worthiness. The designers at MAN explain what constitutes excellent design in trucks and buses.
Modular building accelerates construction projects, says Peter Guttenberger, managing director of Max Bögl Transport und Geräte GmbH. How exactly does it work – and how does he envisage the ideal truck to achieve it?
PwC expert Dr Martin Nicklis explains the consequences of the construction boom – and how smart companies should respond to it.
Fast, flexible, inexpensive – and especially safe for passengers: Bus rapid transit (BRT) systems are the ideal solution for large cities, claims transportation researcher Professor Andreas Knie. What's behind all this?