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Die Veranstaltung wird zusammen mit inchainge aus den Niederlanden organisiert. Inchainge hat die Simulation bereits erfolgreich in zahlreichen europäischen Städten durchgeführt. Circular Economy (Kreislaufwirtschaft) ist ein regeneratives System, in dem Ressourceneinsatz und Abfallproduktion, Emissionen und Energieverschwendung durch das Verlangsamen, Verringern und Schließen von Energie- und Materialkreisläufen minimiert werden.

Am Montag, den 3. Februar 2020, wurde am Sitz der Region Friaul-Julisch Venetien eine Absichtserklärung zwischen der Italienischen Handelskammer (ITALCAM), Hafen Triest, TAL-SIOT (Transalpine Ölleitung) und TUM International GmbH unterzeichnet, welche die Schaffung eines Kompetenzzentrums für Hafen- und Energielogistik zum Ziel hat.

FAZ-Artikel zur ersten Privatstadt in Honduras mit Beteiligung der TUM International GmbH
 

In the frame of the Initiative for Interdisciplinary Regional Development (IIRD), TUM International GmbH, Airbus Defence and Space and Technical University Munich (TUM) cooperated to build a traffic microsimulation model to understand the impact of the design and organization of entrance gates to a major oil field in the Gulf region. As enhanced security screening of vehicles and passengers became necessary, a traffic microsimulation model was developed to test various screening processes.

EIT Urban Mobility aims to become the largest European initiative transforming urban mobility. Co-funding of up to € 400 million (2020-2026) from the EIT, a body of the European Union, will help make this happen.

Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence have a strong impact on our professional and private lives. The summer school “IoT meets AI”, which took place at Werk1 offered international students and professionals four days of deep insights on the overlaps of IoT and AI.

CKI Conference 2019 on Industrial Internet of Things at TU Munich
The fourth annual CKI Conference at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) on "Industrial Internet of Things" took place on April 4th at the Vorhoelzer Forum, above the rooftops of the Bavarian capital. More than 100 Siemens Experts and TUM scientists and students took the opportunity to network and exchange on the impact of Industrial Internet of Things and Siemens Mindsphere.
After welcoming addresses by the future TUM President Prof. Dr. Hofmann and Dr. Roland Busch the keynote speech about IoT at Siemens and TUM was given by Prof. Sebastian Steinhorst, professor for Embedded Systems and IoT, TUM) and Dr. Thomas Scheiter, the Head of Technology Field IoT.