Our members and cooperation partners implemented successful projects in networks and partnerships initiated by the Mobility & Logistics cluster.
The new bus line 39 connects the north of the city via Burgweinting station with the east of the city as far as Neutraubling and is operated purely electrically with green energy.
Since 2017, exclusively EMIL electric buses have served Regensburg’s old town. In addition to sustainable and quiet passenger transport, they offer local companies and universities a research and development platform.
As part of a two-year pilot project, das Stadtwerk.Mobilität sent two autonomous vehicles on a route in the Regensburg industrial park to explore automated passenger transportation in practice.
The aim of the project is to develop and evaluate generic methods for increasing manufacturing quality within complex process chains.
Reliable and cost-optimized intralogistics are absolute requirements in order to be able to offer services and products to hospitals in a competitive way. SEP Logistik and H.G.L offered a package that includes hardware and software for the client.
As part of the close cooperation between the Digital Startup Initiative Oberpfalz and the Cluster Mobility & Logistics, the cluster member PickWerk GmbH participated in the DGO's BaseCamp in 2021.
In 2021 the Cluster Mobility & Logistics was part of the IAA Mobility for the first time with a joint cluster stand.
An R&D-ZIM innovation network has been established by the Mobility & Logistics Cluster: The network HY2.ZERO – Mobility needs hydrogen.
The project RECIPROCITY: It was the first time that a Horizon 2020 project was initialized and set up with the cluster as a leadpartner.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most important future technologies and an essential building block for ensuring the competitiveness and innovative strength of German companies in the future. To enable small and medium-sized enterprises to better benefit from the advantages of AI-based solutions, the cross-cluster project » goAir Artificial Intelligence Regensburg is creating a cross-cluster and cross-domain service portfolio for artifi-cial intelligence.
The focus of the cluster management is the development of concepts for intelligent energy distri-bution that lead to a reduction in the load on the grid at cell level.
In November 2019, the » SeDiPeT Secure Digital Performance Twin network came up with the idea of developing a new type of system to reduce machine downtimes in production through condition monitoring.
In several meetings initiated by the Cluster Mobility & Logistics (former IT Logistics Cluster), the topic focus was further defined and a consortium was formed out of two companies, Schindler & Schill GmbH and SYSTEMA GmbH, as well as two research institutions, TH Deggendorf and TU Munich.
The R&D project » SISSeCSecure Industrial Semantic Sensor started in 2018 Cloud and will run until September 2022. The project started when six partners from the then ZIM network (Central Inno-vation Program for SMEs) » SISEN Secure Industrial Systems Enabling Network joined forces to develop a central cloud environment for manufacturing SMEs. This should enable data from industrial sensors to be securely recorded, processed and profitably exploited.