PTV Group is involved in the iHub project: Presentation of the electric van at Schenker Deutschland AG’s office in Berlin.
How can a mixed fleet of electric and conventionally fuelled trucks be operated in a highly sustainable manner? This is one of the challenges being addressed by the partners of the research project iHub.… Read more
Florian Krietsch, Senior Project Manager Logistics Research, PTV, who is managing the AEOLIX project on the PTV side.
Visibility in the supply chain due to easy access and the exchange and use of relevant and easily available information related to logistics – these are the essential prerequisites for a pan-European intermodal logistics solution.… Read more
Prospective traffic engineers learning how to optimise signal control at the lights lab of SSML
Ever since its foundation as a university spin-off, close cooperation with partners and research facilities has been a top priority at PTV. The Group has established a global network, reaching from its German hometown Karlsruhe to universities and researchers all over Europe, America, Asia and even Africa.… Read more
Dr. Klaus Nökel, Head of Technology Innovation, in an interview on PTV’s academic partner programme
At the TRB in Washington in January, the PTV Group presented its academic partner programme (also read our press release about this). In the interview, Dr. Klaus Nökel, Head of Technology Innovation at PTV, explains the most important points relating to the academic partner programme.… Read more
From the German Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan to the implementation of Germany’s Mobility and Fuels Strategy – Prof. Dr. Christoph Walther, Head of Global Research at PTV Group, accompanies plans for future climate action.
PTV’s new corporate brochure is now available for download. Layout: Patricia Braun, Stephan Rinnebach
Hot off the press: We are pleased to announce the release of our new corporate brochure! This 26-page, full-colour brochure offers insight into our strategies and presents the latest trends and new developments in logistics and transport planning.… Read more
How will urban transport develop from 2045 to 2065? PTV Group is examining this question as part of the BBSR research project “Smart Cities – Urban transport for tomorrow” (“Smart Cities – Stadtverkehr für übermorgen”). Photo: Fotolia/eyetronic
The vision of a smart city, of an efficient, progressive, eco-conscious, socially inclusive city, involves various sectors, including mobility.… Read more
Together with other experts, Prof. Dr. Christoph Walther, Head of Global Research at the PTV Group, will be examining the significance of reliability in transport on behalf of the World Road Association. Photo: iStock/itsskin
Reliability in transport is one of the topics on which one of the committees of the World Road Association (WRA) will be focussing intensively for the next four years.… Read more
The EU project BESTFACT coordinated by PTV has been successfully completed. As part of the project, a new handbook was created providing numerous best practice examples. It is now available for download.
A four-year project which is based on more than 15 years of project expertise: The EU-Projekt BESTFACT has been successfully closed and has led to a pool of excellent ideas for City Logistics, Green Logistics, Co-Modality and eFreight.… Read more
What is the future of urban logistics? Interview with Marcel Huschebeck, Manager Logistics Research at PTV Group
E-mobility, cooperation, efficiency – what type of strategy will make urban logistics fit to meet the demands of the future? Marcel Huschebeck, Manager Logistics Research at PTV, has been doing research in the field of future logistics for more than 16 years.… Read more