Political support is crucial for the success of this research work. Within the framework of the Bauhaus.MobilityLab, the Thuringian Ministry of Infrastructure and Agriculture (TMIL) enables the uncomplicated testing of innovations in urban areas, e.g., the use of a mobility app. The constructive cooperation will be pursued: TMIL is giving Bauhaus.MobilityLab the opportunity to represent the free state at the world’s leading trade fair for intelligent transport systems. Those interested have the chance to learn about the project’s research topics in an interactive way in the form of a digital exhibit at an exhibition stand designed for the Bauhaus.MobilityLab.
The World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS World Congress) takes place annually, each time at a different location in the world, and addresses topics such as autonomous driving, smart city, traffic safety, and the use of artificial intelligence. This year, it is Hamburg’s honour to host scientists and entrepreneurs from all over the world.