Author Archives: Jessica Aceves Flores

About Jessica Aceves Flores

It is time to get science connected to the real world! I am developing my career on transport and logistics and currently I have the following goal: To sharpen mobility!

Last stop: Hamburg!

The last episode of the Study Tour 2014 takes place in the beautiful city of Hamburg, the second largest city of Germany. What we as transport students already knew, is that the Port of Hamburg is the main port of … Continue reading

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Creating a better everyday life for the many people!

We knew it would be a short night and unfortunately for the smart ones that went to sleep early, it was also a short night. Even though a false fire alarm went off in the hostel at 22:30, everyone was … Continue reading

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and the trip continues… Maersk and Banedanmark

The morning saw everyone´s excitement soaring in anticipation for the first destination for the day – the Maersk company headquarters in Copenhagen. To top it, the reception foyer flaunted a commemorative 20 DKK coin for ´Emma Maersk´ container ship, testimony … Continue reading

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The Study Tour 2014 Begins!

Upon arrival to Copenhagen we enrolled in a nice bike ride across the city guided by two experts from the Cycling Embassy. We couldn’t have been luckier because despite the average negative temperatures that day we had a nice sunny … Continue reading

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Watch out! Automated Obstacle Detection: Why? How? What?

Today’s technology allows for fully automated vehicles to drive around everywhere and under all environmental conditions. If so, why is it that fully automated vehicles are not (yet) commercially sold?

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The On-Line Electronic Vehicle (OLEV): Ambitions from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

What a great idea, to have an environmental friendly vehicle that gets charged while driving! This system is known as the On-Line Electronic Vehicle (OLEV). It uses the Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) principle. You probably remember this principle from those … Continue reading

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