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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch, Chairman of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz, Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Bahn AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere journey of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz, Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Bahn AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere journey of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz, Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Bahn AG, speaks to media representatives before the premiere journey of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, speaks to media representatives prior to the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, speaks to media representatives prior to the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, speaks to media representatives prior to the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A hydrogen fuel cell can be seen on a Bosch show vehicle, which demonstrates electric and hydrogen fuel cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving, during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz (r), CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, Peter Tschentscher (2nd from right, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and Roland Busch, CEO of Siemens AG, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz (r), CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, Peter Tschentscher (2nd from right, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and Roland Busch, CEO of Siemens AG, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (back l, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, starts the fully automatic mode in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 at the push of a button next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, and Richard Lutz (r), Chairman of the Executive Board of Deutsche Bahn AG,during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (back l, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, starts into the fully automatic mode in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (back l, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, starts into the fully automatic mode in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz (r), Chairman of the Executive Board of Deutsche Bahn AG, and Peter Tschentscher (2nd from right, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, locomotive driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (r, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, stands in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (r, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, stands in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch (r-l), CEO of Siemens AG, Richard Lutz, CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, and Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch (r-l), CEO of Siemens AG, Richard Lutz, CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, and Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg, Hamburg-Bergedorf: Richard Lutz (r-l), Chairman of the Executive Board of Deutsche Bahn AG, Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and Roland Busch, Chairman of the Executive Board of Siemens AG, stand in front of the S-Bahn S21 at Bergedorf station after the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (ll, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and Angelos Amditis, Chairman of the organiser Ertico, sit on the podium in an exhibition hall during the opening press conference of the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation are meeting in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and rising mobility demands. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (back l, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, starts into the fully automatic mode in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, speaks to media representatives prior to the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss how commercial and private transport could look in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss how commercial and private transport could look in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss how commercial and private transport could look in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Vehicles on a motorway are displayed on a screen at the stand of Siemens company Yunex Traffic during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitization will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, sits on the podium in front of an image of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall during the opening press conference of the ITS World Congress 2021 in an exhibition hall. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, sits on the podium in front of an image of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall during the opening press conference of the ITS World Congress 2021 in an exhibition hall. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss how commercial and private transport could look in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss how commercial and private transport could look in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (l, SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and Angelos Amditis, Chairman of the organiser Ertico, sit on the podium in front of an image of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall during the opening press conference of the ITS World Congress 2021 in an exhibition hall. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A stand can be seen in an exhibition hall at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: The joint stand of the federal states can be seen in an exhibition hall at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, speaks to media representatives prior to the premiere trip of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Valeska Hoop, driver from Buxtehude, controls the S-Bahn S21 during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, steers the S-Bahn S21 during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf in the main station. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg, Hamburg-Bergedorf: Valeska Hoop, a train driver from Buxtehude, steers the S-Bahn S21 into the main station during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn in Hamburg. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A sign reading "HVV For Free Now!" hangs from a lamppost in the Karolinenviertel district not far from the exhibition grounds. The HVV (Hamburger Verkehrsverbund) is the local transport provider in and around Hamburg. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and rising mobility demands. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Roland Busch (r-l), CEO of Siemens AG, Richard Lutz, CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, and Peter Tschentscher (SPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen fuel cell propulsion (front glowing green) as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: The S-Bahn S21 arrives at Dammtor station for the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Anjes Tjarks (l-r, Bundnis 90/Die Grunen), Senator for Transport and Mobility Change, Peter Tschentscher (lSPD), First Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and Angelos Amditis, Chairman of the organiser Ertico, sit on the podium in an exhibition hall during the opening press conference of the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, sits in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg, Hamburg-Bergedorf: The S-Bahn S21 leaves Bergedorf station during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg, Hamburg-Bergedorf: The S-Bahn S21 leaves Bergedorf station during the premiere journey of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg, Hamburg-Bergedorf: The S-Bahn S21 leaves Bergedorf station during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Richard Lutz (r), CEO of Deutsche Bahn AG, and Roland Busch, CEO of Siemens AG, stand in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 next to Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, during the premiere journey of the digital, automatic S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: Valeska Hoop, train driver from Buxtehude, sits in the driver's cab of the S-Bahn S21 during the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg, to Bergedorf. The premiere journey took place during the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: The S-Bahn S21 arrives at Dammtor station for the premiere trip of the digital, automatically running S-Bahn Hamburg. The premiere journey took place as part of the opening of the ITS World Congress for Mobility and Logistics. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: A Bosch show vehicle demonstrating electric and hydrogen cell propulsion as well as connectivity and sensor technology for autonomous driving can be seen during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city will be the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. At the ITS World Congress, experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg to discuss how commercial and private transport could look in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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11 October 2021, Hamburg: The outline of a VW Bulli can be seen at the Volkswagen and Moia stand during a tour of the exhibition halls at the ITS World Congress 2021. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems. Experts in transport, logistics and digitalisation will meet in Hamburg for the ITS World Congress to discuss what commercial and private transport could look like in the light of the climate crisis and increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa