Hyperloop for Hamburg Port

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA), which operates three terminals in the Port of Hamburg, is teaming up with the California-based R&D company Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) as part of a joint venture to implement a test section running from a quay’s edge to a transfer station by 2021.

Detecting Fraud

Fraud costs e-commerce retailers billions each year, as do the rules-based fraud-detection systems they use to identify and block potential fraud.

Most Innovative Country

The World Economic Forum (WEF) crowned Germany the most innovative country in the world.

Electronic Patient Files

The German healthcare system is one step closer to the introduction of electronic patient files – and the myriad benefits they will offer.

Innovative Power Generator

An innovative new mobile power generator might help make the air in maritime ports cleaner.

“Return to Yourself” – re2you

With re2you, all your devices – with different operating systems, with incompatible hardware – are united in one connected ecosystem.

Finding the “Style Twin”

Germans can now find their “style twin” – someone who shares their same size, body type and taste in clothing – using the Zadaa app.

From Green Power to Green Fuel

The Dresden-based cleantech company Sunfire has developed an innovative, highly efficient technology to store and redistribute renewable energy – all while building on existing infrastructure.

One to Watch: Lauri Karp

EmformX offers an application programming interface (API) product and provides a platform that helps to simplify otherwise time-consuming financial and transaction data analysis.

Cure Your Plants with AI

The Plantix app, developed by the Hanover-based startup Peat, uses a database and algorithm to accurately recognize plant diseases, pests or nutrient deficiency.