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20:10  19 january  2022
20:10  19 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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In digitization of freight traffic Europe has come a little further this Wednesday. From Berlin Westhafen a test freight train made its way through Germany, Austria and Switzerland - fully equipped with the digital automatic clutch (DAK).

Verkehrsminister Volker Wissing (FDP,l-r) mit Daniela Gerd tom Markotten und Sigrid Nikutta vom Vorstand der DB vor der Testfahrt eines Güterzugs mit digitaler automatischer Kupplung. © Fabian Sommer / DPA Transport Minister Volker Wissing (FDP, L-R) with Daniela Gerd Tom Markotten and Sigrid Nikutta from the DB board before the test ride of a freight train with digital automatic clutch.

It is considered a hopeful carrier to ask how freight traffic on the rail can be handled faster, more efficiently and above all cheaper and the climate goals can be met in the transport sector.

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«In fact, Europe has not managed to introduce an automatic clutch over the last decades," said German Traffic Minister Volker Wissing (FDP) on Wednesday in the adoption of the train. "And that, ladies and gentlemen, we will change now."

Only in Europe's waggons, however more than 100 years ago, are still coupled by hand to each other. For this, a 20 kilogram of heavy steel bracket must be waved and tense over the hook of the next wagon. Hours can pass until a whole train is ready for departure.

With the DAK this practice will automatically run automatically, a train can be doubled within minutes. With a technical innovation, the industry wants to set a distance after decades of residue: a data cable should connect all wagons with each other via the coupling in the future. It should transport information about content or weight. Freight trains could be put together more efficiently.

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But until the DAK is in use in a nationwide, years will be passed. The DAK train adopted on Wednesday is part of a research project of Deutsche Bahn and five other companies from Austria and Switzerland. In the years before, they first tried different clutch types on test tracks and shunting stations. Now the project goes to the next phase. It should be completed by the end of this year.

"We could start in the years 2023 or 2024 with the introduction," said the digital board member of the Deutsche Bahn, Daniela Gerd Tom Markotten, on Wednesday. By 2030, all almost 500,000 freight cars in Europe could be converted accordingly.

Prerequisite from the point of view of the railway is that the EU will provide the legal and financial framework until then. Up to 8.6 billion euros could cost the conversion of the European wagon fleet. "The companies can not stand alone," Stressed Gerd Tom Markotten.

of the EU Commission representatives in Berlin, Jörg Wojahn, was confident on Wednesday that the EU creates the technical and financial conditions for this purpose during the year. In the financial issue, he also sees the individual states and industry in the duty. "It's an investment that will count on the end," said Wojahn on the edge of the meeting.

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