17. November 2020 - Providentia editors

The traffic of the future – TV report on Abendschau im BR

What role will connected driving play in the traffic of the future? In the context of the ARD’s 2020 theme week, with the topic “How do we want to live?”, consultant Markus Bonk and Prof. Alois Knoll explain how current research is ensuring that traffic on highways and in city centers will become safer.

Click here for the TV report (in German) on the Abendschau im BR program, which was broadcast on November 16, 2020.

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