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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Florian Reuter, Managing Director of Volocopter, stands in front of the Volodrone heavy-lift drone after its maiden flight in the port. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Florian Reuter, CEO of Volocopter, photographed after the premiere flight of the heavy-duty drone Volodrone. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Florian Reuter (l), Managing Director of Volocopter, and Erik Wirsing, Vice President Global Innovation at DB Schenker, stand in front of the Volodrone heavy-duty drone after its maiden flight. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems with the ITS World Congress. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Erik Wirsing, Vice President Global Innovation at DB Schenker, pictured after the maiden flight of the Volodrone heavy-lift drone. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems with the ITS World Congress. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Two technicians stand in front of the heavy-lift drone Volodrone before its launch in the port. A heavy-lift drone is to fly in Hamburg for the first time. 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 increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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dpatop - 12 October 2021, Hamburg: Technicians stand by the Volodrone heavy-lift drone after its maiden flight. 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 increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Technicians stand by the Volodrone heavy-lift drone after its maiden flight. 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 increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Technicians stand by the Volodrone heavy-lift drone after its maiden flight. 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 increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Technicians load the heavy-duty drone Volodrone before take-off. 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 increasing mobility requirements. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port of Hamburg during its premiere flight. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port of Hamburg during its premiere flight. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port of Hamburg during its premiere flight. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port of Hamburg during its premiere flight. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: Erik Wirsing, Vice President Global Innovation at DB Schenker, pictured after the maiden flight of the Volodrone heavy-lift drone. For one week, the Hanseatic city is the global showcase for intelligent transport systems with the ITS World Congress. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port during the premiere flight. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port during the premiere flight. 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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12 October 2021, Hamburg: The heavy-lift drone Volodrone flies over the port during the premiere flight. 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