The catapult in the tunnel simulation facility at DLR Göttingen accelerates models of high-speed trains to 400 kilometres per hour. The system can simulate, for example, the entry of high-speed trains into tunnels.
The video is part of DLR’s annual review from September 2010.
The Traffic Tower at Berlin Adlershof uses taxis as a congestion detector; with this data, DLR researchers are analysing the situation on the streets.
The video is part of DLR’s annual review from August 2010.
DLR researchers successfully demonstrate their work on a test track near Aachen. The novel RCAS anti-collision system uses direct train-to-train communication to alert the train operators in time to prevent a possible collision.
The video is part of DLR’s annual review from May 2010.
On the 130-metre long test range at DLR Lampoldshausen, laser beams will be precisely analysed under real environmental conditions. This video is part of DLR’s annual review from March 2010.