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  •  Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter
    2019年01月15日
    Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter

    15 January 2019, Saxony, Chemnitz: Scientist Miriam Schreiter in her office at the TU Chemnitz. Her research has shown that computer games are only interesting for a large number of players if death occurs in them. (to dpa “Chemnitz scientist: Computer games without death “boring““ from 22.01.2019) Photo: Sebastian Willnow/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019012401892

  •  Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter
    2019年01月15日
    Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter

    15 January 2019, Saxony, Chemnitz: Scientist Miriam Schreiter in her office at the TU Chemnitz. Her research has shown that computer games are only interesting for a large number of players if death occurs in them. (to dpa “Chemnitz scientist: Computer games without death “boring““ from 22.01.2019) Photo: Sebastian Willnow/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019012401762

  •  Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter
    2019年01月15日
    Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter

    15 January 2019, Saxony, Chemnitz: Scientist Miriam Schreiter from TU Chemnitz holds a tablet with the view of the game “Cursed Fates“. Her research showed that computer games are only interesting for a large number of players if death occurs in them. The game “Cursed Fates - Der kopflose Reiter“ by the German developer Purplehills was the focus of her dissertation. (to dpa “Chemnitz scientist: Computer games without death “boring““ from 22.01.2019) Photo: Sebastian Willnow/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa - ATTENTION: Only for editorial use in connection with current reporting.、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019012401713

  •  Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter
    2019年01月15日
    Chemnitz scientist Miriam Schreiter

    15 January 2019, Saxony, Chemnitz: Scientist Miriam Schreiter from TU Chemnitz plays the game “Cursed Fates“ on a tablet. Her research showed that computer games are only interesting for a large number of players if death occurs in them. The game “Cursed Fates - Der kopflose Reiter“ by the German developer Purplehills was the focus of her dissertation. (to dpa “Chemnitz scientist: Computer games without death “boring““ from 22.01.2019) Photo: Sebastian Willnow/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019012401766

  •  ハノーバー・メッセ Hanover Fair 2019
    2019年04月01日
    ハノーバー・メッセ Hanover Fair 2019

    01 April 2019, Lower Saxony, Hannover: Florian Morczinek, scientific assistant at Chemnitz Technical University, is holding a suspension-blasted stainless steel plate with the outline of the federal state of Saxony at the Hanover Fair. From 1 to 5 April, everything at Hannover Messe will revolve around networking, learning machines and the Internet of Things. Photo: Hauke-Christian Dittrich/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019040205520

  •  Driverless transport system to be tested
    2019年06月14日
    Driverless transport system to be tested

    14 June 2019, Saxony, Hartmannsdorf: Christoph Allmacher, engineer at Chemnitz Technical University, starts a test with “Hubert“, an autonomous transport trolley, in the KOMSA Group‘s logistics centre. The prototype was developed in a three-year research project in cooperation with TU Chemnitz and several companies. The car was deliberately designed to work with people. The transport system is designed to bring empty cartons autonomously to one of the logistics employees, giving him time for other tasks. During the packing process, “Hubert“ should follow the employee who fills the cartons with articles. Once all the cartons have been packed, the loaded wagon travels independently to the packing line. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019061704544

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: Two special cameras on the cockpit of a railcar belonging to the military and transport company Thales are filming the track during a test run at Schlettau station. The image from the cameras is transmitted mobile and is available to the driver on his external control unit. The train is remotely controlled via the new 5G mobile radio standard. Vodafone has built one of the first 5G stations in Germany at the station in Schlettau. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091811785

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: Thomas Kayser, a railcar driver from the military and transport company Thales, controls a railcar during a test drive at Schlettau station using a mobile suitcase with cockpit and route information. The train is remotely controlled by him via the new 5G mobile radio standard. Vodafone has built one of the first 5G stations in Germany at the station in Schlettau. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091806477

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: Thomas Kayser, a railcar driver from the military and transport company Thales, controls a railcar during a test drive at Schlettau station using a mobile suitcase with cockpit and route information. The train is remotely controlled by him via the new 5G mobile radio standard. Vodafone has built one of the first 5G stations in Germany at the station in Schlettau. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091806661

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: A railcar belonging to the military and transport company Thales is undergoing a test run at Schlettau station. The train is remotely controlled via the new 5G mobile radio standard. Vodafone has built one of the first 5G stations in Germany at the station in Schlettau. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091806619

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: A 5G transmitter mast is located at Schlettau station. Vodafone and the military and transport company Thales use the 5G mobile communications standard to control a driverless railcar. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091806325

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: A railcar belonging to the military and transport company Thales is undergoing a test run at Schlettau station. The train is remotely controlled via the new 5G mobile radio standard. Vodafone has built one of the first 5G stations in Germany at the station in Schlettau. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091806360

  •  Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G
    2019年09月17日
    Vodafone controls driverless train via 5G

    17 September 2019, Saxony, Schlettau: A railcar belonging to the military and transport company Thales is undergoing a test run at Schlettau station. The train is remotely controlled via the new 5G mobile radio standard. Vodafone has built one of the first 5G stations in Germany at the station in Schlettau. In the future, trains could be controlled remotely, for example in freight transport. The research train is part of the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus project led by Chemnitz University of Technology. In the meantime, more than 120 partners from science and industry, including Vodafone, have joined forces. Together they are researching the rail travel of the future, digitized, networked, highly automated and sustainable mobility. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091806448

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View into the three-storey new reading room of the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203119

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707465

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203328

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707404

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Angela Malz, Director of the University Library, is standing in the new, three-day reading room of the University Library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707427

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707430

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: A magazine in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707464

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707421

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707444

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203172

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View into the three-storey new reading room of the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707392

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View into the three-storey new reading room of the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203084

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203157

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Hartmut Vorjohann (CDU), Finance Minister of Saxony, is in the magazine of the new university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its magazine. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203030

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Hartmut Vorjohann (CDU), Finance Minister of Saxony, marvels at the new reading room of the university library with three floors. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its magazine. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203090

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Angela Malz (l-r), Director of the University Library, Sven Schulze, Finance Mayor of Chemnitz, Uwe Götze, Vice Rector for Transfer and Continuing Education at Chemnitz University of Technology, and Hartmut Vorjohann (CDU), Finance Minister of Saxony, are standing in the new reading room with three floors. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s central library and its magazine. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the winter semester 2020. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203352

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707373

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: A magazine in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707549

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Hartmut Vorjohann (CDU), Finance Minister of Saxony, is in the magazine of the new university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its magazine. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203040

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View into the three-storey new reading room of the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707393

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707471

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Hartmut Vorjohann (CDU), Minister of Finance of Saxony, marvels at the new reading room with three floors together with Angela Malz, Director of the University Library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its magazine. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the winter semester 2020. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203317

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203345

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations at the old windows of the industrial hall in the new university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203092

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707390

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707422

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View into the three-storey new reading room of the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707451

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Workstations for visitors in the university library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707472

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The new university library of the TU Chemnitz with the storeroom building at the back. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Chemnitz University of Technology‘s Central Library and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070707406

  •  University library moves into industrial monument
    2020年06月30日
    University library moves into industrial monument

    30 June 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: Angela Malz, Director of the University Library, is standing in the new, three-day reading room of the University Library. Since 2014, the Alte Aktienspinnerei, once Germany‘s largest spinning mill, has been undergoing renovation and will in future house the Central Library of Chemnitz University of Technology and its storeroom. The new Central Library is scheduled to open in the 2020 winter semester. Users will then have access to a three-storey reading room and state-of-the-art reading, learning and group workstations. The costs of around 53 million euros will be borne by the Free State of Saxony, 13.5 million euros by the EU. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070203054

  •  TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists
    2020年09月04日
    TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists

    04 September 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: An employee of the Chair of Textile Technologies at Chemnitz University of Technology is testing the roll-off behaviour of an outdoor fabric. With the start of the new winter semester, students can train as outdoor engineers in Chemnitz. The aim is to combine textile know-how with specialist knowledge of sports equipment and lightweight construction. For example, students could develop new textile surfaces to make outdoor backpacks even more efficient. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020101308128

  •  TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists
    2020年09月04日
    TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists

    04 September 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: An employee of the Chair of Textile Technologies at Chemnitz University of Technology is testing the roll-off behaviour of an outdoor fabric. With the start of the new winter semester, students can train as outdoor engineers in Chemnitz. The aim is to combine textile know-how with specialist knowledge of sports equipment and lightweight construction. For example, students could develop new textile surfaces to make outdoor backpacks even more efficient. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020101308020

  •  TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists
    2020年09月04日
    TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists

    04 September 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: An employee of the Chair of Textile Technologies at Chemnitz University of Technology is testing the roll-off behaviour of an outdoor fabric. With the start of the new winter semester, students can train as outdoor engineers in Chemnitz. The aim is to combine textile know-how with specialist knowledge of sports equipment and lightweight construction. For example, students could develop new textile surfaces to make outdoor backpacks even more efficient. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020101308246

  •  TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists
    2020年09月04日
    TU Chemnitz trains outdoor specialists

    04 September 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: An employee of the Chair of Textile Technologies at Chemnitz Technical University is preparing a pressure distribution analysis on a backpack strap. With the start of the new winter semester, students can train as outdoor engineers in Chemnitz. The aim is to combine textile know-how with specialist knowledge of sports equipment and lightweight construction. For example, students could develop new textile surfaces to make outdoor backpacks even more efficient. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020101308753

  •  University Library of the TU Chemnitz
    2020年11月07日
    University Library of the TU Chemnitz

    07 November 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The University Library of Chemnitz University of Technology. Photo: Peter Endig/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020111111264

  •  Chemnitz University of Technology
    2020年11月07日
    Chemnitz University of Technology

    07 November 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View of the Eduard Theodor Böttcher Building of the Chemnitz University of Technology. The main building of the university is named after the former university rector Eduard Theodor Böttcher (1829-1893). Photo: Peter Endig/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020111300455

  •  Chemnitz University of Technology
    2020年11月07日
    Chemnitz University of Technology

    07 November 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View of the Eduard Theodor Böttcher Building of the Chemnitz University of Technology. The main building of the university is named after the former university rector Eduard Theodor Böttcher (1829-1893). Photo: Peter Endig/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020111300251

  •  Chemnitz University of Technology
    2020年11月07日
    Chemnitz University of Technology

    07 November 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: View of the Eduard Theodor Böttcher Building of the Chemnitz University of Technology. The main building of the university is named after the former university rector Eduard Theodor Böttcher (1829-1893). Photo: Peter Endig/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020111300387

  •  University Library of the TU Chemnitz
    2020年11月07日
    University Library of the TU Chemnitz

    07 November 2020, Saxony, Chemnitz: The University Library of Chemnitz University of Technology. Photo: Peter Endig/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020111111256

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040104056

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040104067

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103630

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103654

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103675

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner reading “The campus is coming!“ hangs behind a broken DB logo at the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. 、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040104008

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103502

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103517

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103570

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner “The campus is coming!“ hangs on the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040104042

  •  Work on the railway campus begins
    2021年03月01日
    Work on the railway campus begins

    01 March 2021, Saxony, Annaberg-Buchholz: A banner hangs behind a broken DB logo at the dilapidated Lower Station. Construction work on the “Smart Rail Connectivity Campus“ (SRCC) is due to start here in May. The building complex will then house offices and research rooms for all aspects of digitalisation in rail transport. The SRCC is a cooperation of the city with the Chemnitz University of Technology (TU) and more than one hundred partners from industry and science and is regarded as a Europe-wide model project for research into automated train operation. Innovations in the field of digital networking and communication in rail transport are to be initiated here in order to be able to bring them to approval and market launch. These include, for example, autonomous trains, but also passenger information that can be displayed on the window panes of the carriages. The federal government is funding the project with 15 million euros. Photo: Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021040103575

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