With the VISION mobility platform, HUSS-VERLAG is accompanying the mobility sector on its way into the future and informing mobility and fleet managers accordingly. VISION mobility differs from other platforms in a number of key points: The topic of mobility is inextricably linked with connectivity and infrastructure. For this reason, all three areas are being highlighted, interlinked and given in-depth editorial coverage.
VISION mobility covers the complete range of vehicles from cargo bikes to passenger cars and commercial vehicles, although the main focus is on conventional car fleets. Our main target group consists of fleet managers in both private companies municipalities. The title offers a synthesis of information and stories that cover both business and private interests.
HZwei – the leading magazine for hydrogen and fuel cells in Germany
It informs by means of detailed scientific reports, technical papers and numerous up-to-date articles about the development in the hydrogen and fuel cell technology. The main focus is on qualitative high-grade and simultaneously understandable reports from approved experts of economic, politic, research and development.
The journal is directed at specialists and executives from the entire energy industry. It addresses technically interested readers who are looking for more detailed information about H2, FC & e-mobility. The target audience includes decision-makers from industry and business as well as representatives of associations, authorities and universities, and engineers and skilled workers from gas companies, automotive companies and suppliers.
For further information visit www.hzwei.info.
Battery-News.de is an information platform that focuses on the latest developments in the field of lithium-ion batteries. Battery-News.de reports holistically about the battery starting with research & development trends up to location decisions of upcoming gigafactories. Articles on Battery-News.de aim to combine the latest reporting with the background expertise of the battery specialists from Aachen's Future Mobility Network PEM.
For further information visit battery-news.de