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Ein wichtiger Schlüssel für die Erhöhung der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit des Verkehrsträgers Schiene ist eine wirtschaftliche und leistungsfähige Leit- und Sicherungstechnik.
DLR (CC-BY 3.0).
Coordinating traffic processes of air travel from door-to-door.
Improving interaction between modes of transport.
A novel propulsion concept for non electrified lines towards an emission-free future.
Trains are joined and separated while driving to increase track throughput
The Earth's rotation and the gravitational pull of the sun and moon create tides.
With the help of the TerraSAR-X radar satellite, oil pollution in the oceans can be detected even through clouds.
„Next Generation Train“ with its three models „Link“, „HGV“ and „Cargo“ is the answer to the challenges in transport facilities.
DLR researchers are analysing the motives, patterns and scope of the mobility change.
Efficiently manage the required rescue logistics and the nearby traffic flow even under extreme conditions, enabling response teams to rapidly reach the locations where they are needed.
Time-series animation of the devolpment of the city and flight over the virtual reconstructed site.
DLR (CC-BY 3.0).
This animation was produced for TV in the context of the Biathlon World Championships 2012 in Ruhpolding, Germany.
The focus of this trailer is the multiscalar approach in the "Pasodoble" Project. (The full movie is listed under the category "movies").
Satellite image zoom to Arena Flegrea in Naples, Italy.
Satellite image zoom to Arheilgen (Darmstadt), south of Rhein-Main airport, Germany.
Satellite image zoom to southern Africa, covering the territory of Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia.
Almeria in Spain has developed into an industrial production site for vegetables and fruits. The huge agrofoil expanse shows up distinctly in satellite images.
In arid regions, food production is achieved with intensive soil irrigation. Rotating irrigator arrays produce a regular pattern of circle-shape fields.
Nighttime satellite images not only show the illumination of cities and roads, they also reflect industrial energy consumption.
GATE is a test and development environment for the satellite based navigation system Galileo. The animations show the system’s antennas near Berchtesgaden.
time series animations from aerial photographs and satellite data from 1928 to 2006.