Urban planners love talking about them – but what are Smart Cities, actually? Why are they so popular in Germany? And can this trend be a business opportunity for you? Our video has the answers.
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EVA is a cutting-edge drone infrastructure company that recently set up shop just outside of Berlin. Here’s what they say about where they fit into the German unmanned aerial vehicle market and what Germany and its capital are like as business locations.
Germany’s market for unmanned aerial vehicles is expanding exponentially as more and more applications for drones are developed. The sector is projected to be worth €3 billion in the near future. Plus it’s a heck of a lot of fun.
Germany has traditional been one of the most important financial markets in the world. That’s become even more true after Brexit. Get a quick overview in our animated video.
The terrestrial center of Germany’s stellar photonics industry is the region around the eastern city of Jena, but its influence ranges out to asteroids, Mars and beyond.
An estimated 45 percent of high-temperature process heat in Germany is simply lost in the atmosphere. Heat recovery is playing a crucial role, as wasted heat can be converted into electricity. Some solutions are already being used and the demand for waste heat recovery is constantly growing. Watch our video.
In the wake of Brexit, more foreign financial institutions than expected applied for business licenses in Germany in 2020. The transfer of assets and the newly created jobs will have positive effects for Germany’s appeal as a financial location.
The German government sees hydrogen technology as the key to the country’s clean energy future. It’s investing billions of euros in the sector. Germany aims to become the „world number one“ in clean hydrogen energy technology – with the government investing €9bn. Our new video looks at how international businesses can get involved in German environmental H2.
2020 was the year Germany went all in on hydrogen as a key to its transition to the clean energy of future. We spoke with the German government’s commissioner for green hydrogen, Stefan Kaufmann, about where Germany is coming from and where it’s headed.
Additive manufacturing – aka 3D printing – has the potential to revolutionize the way things are made. It’s a hugely growing sector around the world, nowhere more so than in Europe’s industrial powerhouse Germany. Check out our new video to add layers to your understanding of this crucial market.