Siemens and German rail operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) revealed on Monday, October 11, the world’s first driverless, fully automated train in the city of Hamburg. In a press statement , Dr. Richard Lutz, CEO of DB said, “with automated rail operations, we can offer our passengers a significantly expanded, more reliable and therefore improved service — without having to lay a single kilometer of new track.”
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