Ship and port in transition
As part of the two-year study RAIN, options for action for inland ports are being developed in response to the ongoing automation of inland shipping.
AutoBin and DeConTrans now become AUTOFLEX
DST investigates logistics concepts with small automated inland vessels in new Horizon Europe research project.
CableProtect has kicked off
DST is once again dedicated to research in the field of offshore wind energy and is coordinating the CableProtect project
Working on the waterborne logistics of the future
The design process of the IWT Demo Use Case in the SEAMLESS research project has started with a workshop at DST on 1 June 2023.
The SEAMLESS journey begins
The European research project examines the waterborne logistics of the future by making use of automated elements on the water and ashore.
Horizon Europe project SYNERGETICS kicked off at DST
Kick-off meeting of SYNERGETICS took place at DST on 8 and 9 February 2023.
Project ELLA and DST at the IHK NRW mobility congress
On 19.01.2023 the DST was represented with the project Ella at the mobility congress of the IHK NRW. In the Mercatorhalle in Duisburg, representatives from the transport industry and politics discussed the topic “Verkehrswende Güterverkehr” in the afternoon. Among the invited speakers was NRW Transport Minister Oliver Krischer.
Need of supportive funding for small and structurally optimized inland vessels examined
The study was a measure from the IWT Masterplan (Masterplan Binnenschifffahrt) of the German Federal Transport Ministry.
DST presents transport research results in Lisbon
From 14 to 17 November 2022, the 9th Transport Research Arena took place in Lisbon, Portugal. DST was represented by the departments “Logistics and Transport” and “Experiments, Fleet Modernisation and Emissions” and presented three scientific publications on the topics “innovative hubs” and “greening freight transport”.