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Reinventing the commercial vehicle industry: MAN's highlights at the IAA Transportation 2022
MAN and three partners are testing autonomous container handling in the ANITA project. The end of May saw the mid-term review on the MAN test route.
Infrastructures for electromobility, digital logistics and autonomous driving are becoming increasingly important in the transport sector. These solutions were presented at the ITS World Congress 2021.
400 international exhibitors – including MAN with Hamburg TruckPilot – presented innovative transport systems at the ITS World Congress 2021. Get an overview of new vehicle technologies here.
MAN continues to drive forward freight transport with autonomous trucks. The roadmap envisages bringing autonomous zero-emission trucks into series production by the end of the decade.
Things are moving forward with the ANITA project: MAN is testing the use of a fully automated truck in Ulm-Dornstadt together with Deutsche Bahn and the DUSS terminal. The truck is to move between the DB Intermodal Services container depot and the DUSS terminal, making combined transport more efficient and fit for the future. Read the report on the current project status here.
From road to rail: How does container handling actually work? Exciting insights into logistics at the DUSS terminal in Ulm.
Till Schlumberger, Project Manager at HHLA, is responsible for the "Hamburg TruckPilot" project jointly managed with MAN Truck & Bus. In an interview, he explains the challenges facing the logistics company.
Testing an automation system during operation is not easy. Sebastian Völl, project manager Autonomous Driving at MAN Truck & Bus, tells us in an interview how the team from the "Hamburg Truck Pilot" project nevertheless succeeded. Read more here!
We show how Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG's (HHLA) Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) works. A tour of the extraordinary Hamburg quay facility, where MAN is also represented with a pilot project.
The "Hamburg TruckPilot" team celebrates: The autonomous truck successfully and safely toured the Container Terminal Altenwerder during two days of practical test drives.
How can an autonomous truck and a container terminal communicate? Systems researcher Christian Haas finds out.
Home stretch at the Ballinkai in the Port of Hamburg where the MAN and HHLA “Hamburg TruckPilot” project testing the deployment of autonomously driving trucks is entering its final phase.
The technology of the future, autonomous driving, enables safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly transport of goods. MAN has been carrying out intensive development work in various projects in this area for many years.
Transportwesen 4.0: For years MAN has been testing automated driving in real-life operation. The technology is proving its worth on the freeway and also in logistics terminals. An overview of completed and ongoing projects.
Will this megatrend revolutionize the world of logistics? Automated trucks and buses are set to bring the future and promise potential savings of 50 percent. However, there are still a few hurdles.
Chung Anh Tran, Head of Autonomous Driving at Deutsche Bahn, is convinced of the opportunities offered by autonomous logistics. He will also focus on a strong partnership with MAN in the future.
No innovation occupies the transport industry more than autonomous driving. MAN, the Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG and the shipping company Jakob Weets are currently testing how it can be made suitable for everyday use with their Hamburg TruckPilot project.