Germany Debuts the World's First Driverless Train

Germany Debuts the World's First Driverless Train

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Category : International Published on: October 13 2021

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  • In the city of Hamburg, German rail operator Deutsche Bahn and industrial group Siemens unveiled the world's first automated, driverless train, which they claim is more punctual and energy efficient than traditional trains.
  • The project, described as a "world first" by Siemens and Deutsche Bahn, is part of a 60 million euro ($70 million) modernization of Hamburg's rapid urban rail system.
  • It would be the first time that a fully automated Hamburg train would operate on tracks shared by other regular trains.

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  • Capital: Berlin
  • Currency: Euro
  • President: Frank-Walter Steinmeier
  • Chancellor: Angela Merkel
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