Methods for Product Development and Mechatronics

Methods and processes for additive manufacturing

© Siemens Energy AG

ProFIT HTA2.0

AM-specific design concepts and construction methodologies for high-temperature gas turbine components

© Fraunhofer IPK

ProFIT EA2.0

Methods for component identification for cold spray additive manufacturing and the integration of AM in electric drives

© EXIST Team Track3D

EXIST

Development of a new type of industrial granulate 3D printer with 3D in-situ monitoring and active process optimization

© MPM

ProTuTec

Development of an innovative product, tool and process to improve the connections of FDM printed components to increase the preload forces and loosening torques compared to previous solutions

Sustainable mobility

© BVG

E-MetroBus

Realization of a robust e-bus operation under conditions of high-frequency city bus traffic

© MPM

MARBLE

The project MARBLE aims to optimise the process of emptying municipal litter bins with the help of a service robot in order to reduce CO2 emissions and increase energy and service efficiency

© MPM

eFLIPS

Design, simulation and optimization of electric vehicle fleets and depots

© MPM

zeroCUTS

Analysis of strategies for the complete decarbonization of urban transport

© (CC-BY-SA) Ludger Heide

E-Bus China

Investigation of the technical, operational and regulatory basis for the cross-border use of e-bus system technologies in Germany and China

© Alstom

BEMU

Battery multiple units for non- or only partially electrified routes of local rail passenger transport

© inno2grid, M2G e.V.

Forschungscampus M2G

In the second funding phase, the transformation of mobility and the transport system, taking the energy system into account, will be researched

© MPM

moreEVS

Multi-domain modeling and optimization of an integrated energy supply and vehicle system for urban areas

HoLa

Construction, operation and accompanying research of the first megawatt charger for trucks in Europe

© Siemens AG

Elonso

The ELONSO project is dedicated to the progressive establishment of eHighway technology as an electrification solution for heavy goods traffic on freeways / trunk roads.