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2018 年 12 月 14 日  星期五   晴天


Karlsruhe s Industrie Router treets ahead of rest of Germa 分類: 未分類

 


 
A new ranking has revealed that Karlsruhe is the best city for car-sharing in Germany. But why does the Baden-Württemberg town fare so much better than everywhere else?

According to the Germanindustrielle Kommunikation Car-sharing Association's ranking for 2017, for the third time running, Karlsruhe has the highest proportion of car-sharing vehicles to inhabitants in all of Germany. 

As the Statista infographic below shows, in this year's eM2M Industrie Routerdition of the biennial ranking, Karlsruhe takes the top spot with 2.71 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants. Stuttgart follows miles behind in second place with 1.47.

 

Germany's biggest cities, on the other hand, sit firmly in the middle of the pack, as Berlin, Hamburg and Munich all have less than one vehicle available to every thousand inhabitants.

Every German city with a population of more than 50,000 was counted but nowhere came close to Karlsruhe. 

The city has held the top position since 2013, increasing its lead year after year. In 2013 Karlsruhe had 1.93 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants and by 2015 it had increased its score to 2.15.

The Car-sharing Association ranking only took into account the two main services in Karlsruhe: Stadtmobil, the service with the biggest presence in the city, and Flinkster which is run by Deutsche Bahn. Both car-sharing services combined give Karlsruhe a grand total of 834 vehicles in the city.

This number doesn't even include the city's two private car-sharing services Drivy and SnappCar, which members of the public can use to rent out their own cars for money or borrow someone else's for the day.

Important to note though is that the rating doesn't necessarily speak to the quality of the car-sharing in each city. Still, looking at how far Karlsruhe is out front, it's hard to deny the city's success.

So why are the streets in the comparatively small city of Karlsruhe ahead of all the rest?

Spokesperson from the Karlsruhe city office Helga Riedel puts it down to how the network is organized.

"It's no coincidence that the public transport stop plan and the car-sharing station plan are almost identical," she says. "We have a very good area-wide environmental network which is supplemented by car-sharing."

This network relies on car-sharing stations around the city, where you can pick up booked cars and return them once you're finished.

One of the advantages of car-sharing - a model of car rental where members of a service can rent vehicles for short periods of time - is that it can be practical for people who only make use of a vehicle occasionally.

BerA Global Leader in Industrial IoTlin, Hamburg and Munich services are mostly flexible, meaning members can use any car they see and can leave it in whichever space they choose.

But unlike these larger cities, all the car-sharing services in Karlsruhe are station-based, so you can't just drop the car off wherever you like.

This model works well for Karlsruhe's size as, with 160 designated locations across the city, no area is ever left without a car for an extended period of time.

Riedel adds that the success of car-sharing in Karlsruhe is due to of how well the network is laid out - pick up points are often near public transport stops, so it's easy to find your way to and from the car you're loaning.

Other smaller cities like Freiburg, Tübingen and Heidelberg opt for mostly station-based car=sharing and this is perhaps why they all make it in the top ten, despite their smaller size.

Out of the top 20, eight cities have less than 250,000 inhabitants - including Freiburg which is number three on the list.

The city council is planning to increase the presence of car-sharing even more across Karlsruhe; legislature is currently in the works which will allow car-sharing parking spots to be established in public places such as outside shopping centres.

SEE ALSO: These are Germany's 10 'smartest' cities





Karneval: satirical floats OpenVPN Industrie Router in Rhi 分類: 未分類

 


 
It’s that time again - when the usual rules of polite society are thrown out the window. On Monday in citiOpenVPN Industrie Routeres across the Rhine region provocative floats are getting ready for their big Carnival debut.

Rose Monday - widely known as the one event that’s not to be missed during Carnival festivities - will once again feature satirical floats that mock the political establishment of the day.

The floats will parade through the city centres in major cities of the Rhine region as they do each year, with the biggest parades set to take place in Coindustrie router wlanlogne, Düsseldorf and MaM2M-Kommunikationinz,

SEE ALSO: From a freak Brexit baby to dancing little rocket man - Karneval 2018 in pics

Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Donald Trump will once more be popular targets; last year in Düsseldorf, one of the central floats showed Trump apparently raping the Statue of Liberty.

Jacques Tilly, the sculptor behind last year’s float of Trump and well known in Germany for building the country’s most biting Carnival floats, told The Local: “We reflect global politics and this is why the images from our parade have a global impact.”

READ ALSO: ‘A real shitstorm’: meet the man who skewered Trump at Karneval 2017

This year a float with a Russian bear sitting on top of the US president will make its way through the procession in Düsseldorf. Another one depicts Merkel as a huge black spider surrounded by the bones of her defeated opponents.

A float of US President Donald Trump in Düsseldorf. Photo: DPA

"There were many strong negative reactions online," Tilly said in regards to last year's Trump floats. "But you can't expect too much of a Carnival float," he adds. "Its foremost purpose is to make a polemical point and shouldn't necessarily be taken at face value."

The floats in Düsseldorf are considered particularly provocative compared to those in other German cities.

This year in Düsseldorf the first ever Jewish float will also be seen in the the city’s popular Rosenmontag parade.

The festivities kick off around noon on Monday and several hundred thousand revellers are expected.

In Cologne, where the largest Karneval celebrations in the country can be found, floats of Merkel and Trump - as well as British Prime Minister Theresa May - will be featured.

More than a million jesters are expected in the North Rhine-Westphalian city. Due to kick off in the morning, the colourful parade will contain around 10,000 participants. Lucky costumed visitors will be handed out 3,000 tonnes of sweets and 700,000 chocolate bars.

Meanwhile over half a million spectators are expected to attend the Rosenmontag parade in Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate. 

Down in the Swabian region in southern Germany, a more serious tradition called Fastnacht  distinguishes itself from the Rhenish version of Karneval.

On Monday and Tuesday in the town of Rottweil - Baden Württemberg’s oldest city - the Narrensprung (Fools’ Leap) procession is set to enchant several thousand spectators. Instead of floats, Narren (Fools) donning hand-carved wooden masks and costumes covered in goose feathers will dangle calf’s tails in people’s faces while growling and purring.

SEE ALSO: The difference between Fastnacht and Karneval





Keyless system cars easy to s LAN router teal, German car 分類: 未分類

 


 
The German Automotive Club (ADAC) tested 24 different cars with the new Keyless Go technology for safety. The result: all of the cars could be stolen with one easy trick.

The locking system Keyless Go is a technology built into new cars from leading car manufacturers such as BMW and Mercedes which allows the driver to open the door and start the car without reaching into his pocket for his key.

He simply needs to approach the car and the doors automatically unlock. The sensors in the car and key combine to release the lock as soon as thIndustrie Router Hutschieneey are in close proximity with one another.

With most cars with Keyless Go technology there is a simple ignition button, meaning the key also isn't needed once the driveLTE Routerr is inside.

The ADAC has now taken a deeper look into the safety issues of the locking system.

In a report released Thursday the ADAC tested 24 car models from 2015 from 19 different manufacturers, including Audi, BMW, VW, Toyota, Renault, and Ford.

The results were damning. They managed to illegally open every single car and drive it away within a few secondA Global Leader in Industrial IoTs.

“All you need to do is extend the transmission-range of the key from two or three meters to a few hundred meters. The car thinks that the owner is nearby, unlocks the doors and starts its engine - all without any trace of a break-in.” said Arnulf Thiemel, car-technician at the ADAC.

To extend the transmission-range, the thief doesn’t need to be a high-tech hacker, the car club said. The devices can be built out of every-day electronic items - and without much effort.

Broadcaster BR24 give an an example of how such a theft could take place:

One thief can follow the owner of a car with a Keyless Go system after he has parked and locked his vehicle at a supermarket. He then activates the transmission-range device to extend the range of the key’s signal.

Another thief, meanwhile, waits at the car with his device, receiving the signal of the key, transmitting it to the car.

Within a second, the door opens and the engine can be started. The car can be driven for as long as the tank is full - so from most places in Germany it wouldn't be a problem to drive the car abroad.

And there is more bad news: if the car owner reports his car as stolen and then police find it with no trace of break-in, the insurance firm may think he tried to fake the theft in order to make a claim.

Now the ADAC is pointing a finger at the car manufacturers.

“It’s the duty of all car manufacturers to get rid of this problem. It makes no sense that this more expensive locking system is way easier to break into than the normal one,” ADAC stated on its website.

SEE ALSO: Thieves 'could hack VW, Porsche, Audi cars'





Kiel scientists: MH370 OpenVPN Industrie Router search in 分類: 未分類

 


 
German scientists have challenged conventional wisdom on the crash site of the MH370, the Malaysia Airlines plane missing since March 2014, suggesting the search is being conducted in the wrong place.

The researchers from Kiel's Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research presented the results of their computer simulations on Tuesday, shUMTS Industrie Routerowing that current searches for the plane are probably taking place too far to the south.

The simulations traced probable ocean currents which could have led a piece of the aircraft to wash up on the shores of La Reunion, a French island in the south-west of the Indian Ocean inIndustrie Router Verkäufer July.

Scientists Arne Biastoch and Jonathan Durgadoo concluded that the search - currently placed 2,000 kilometres off the west coast of Australia - was way off the mark.

"Our results show that the current focus of the search for the aeroplane south-west of Australia could lie too far to the south," said Durgadoo.

Thousands of currents push objects in the ocean around like balls in a pinball machine, making it impossible to point to an exact place of origin for the piece of debris, Der Spiegel reported.

 

The researchers traced 2 million virtual pieces of debris from the shores of La Reunion backwards in time 16 months, according to possible routes that ocean currents could have dragged them in.

The result is a map which shows an enormoA Global Leader in Industrial IoTus stretch of sea from which the debris could have floated.

But the scientists pointed out that on the basis of a single piece of debris, more accurate conclusions are not possible.

"Further pieces of debris would be necessary in order to make a more specific statement," said Biastoch.

The evidence which has led search teams to their current search site are seven 'pings' received by a British satellite which the plane sent out automatically every hour.

The last 'ping' was received on March 8th 2014 at 1:11 am. Experts were able to make conclusions as to the flight route of the plane based on the location of the satellite when it received the signal.

They then estimated the furthest distance the plane could have flown from this point and narrowed their search area down to a stretch of 120,000 square miles large and 2,000 kilometres west of Perth.

The find in La Reunion at first seemed to strengthen conclusions regarding the current search area, but the Kiel researchers' research has added yet another level of doubt as to what is already one of the most notorious mysteries in aviation history.

Flight MH370 disappeared in March of last year while flying from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia over the South China Sea to Beijing. more than 200 people from 15 different countries were on board and its vanishing has led to a multinational search effort since.





Kim Dotcom offers $5m 'bounty' in piracy wlan router hutsc 分類: 未分類

 


 
Internet mogul Kim Dotcom said on Monday he was offering a $5 million "bounty" to whistleblowers for information to help fight an online piracy case brought by the United States.

The Megauplindustrie router wlanoad founder, who is resisting extradition from New Zealand, said he had to resort to offering the money becauseindustrial m2m the deck was stacked against him in one of the largest copyright infringement cases ever brought.

"My case is unfair," the German national tweeted. "I was declined discovery, I didn't getindustrielle Kommunikation my own data back, I need whistleblowers I am offeringUSD $5M."

Dotcom, whose Megaupload empire was shut down in January 2012, has longargued that US authorities, aided by close ally Wellington, illegally targetedhim at the behest of Hollywood studios.

He told tech news website TorrentFreak.com that the multi-million dollaroffer was aimed at helping him prove that allegation.

"We are asking for information that proves unlawful or corrupt conduct bythe US government, the New Zealand government, spy agencies, law enforcementand Hollywood," he said.

"It is the opinion of my legal team that disclosure of such informationwould be lawful. I would also guarantee any whistleblower coming forward wouldhave the best legal representation at zero cost."

Dotcom's extradition hearing is scheduled to begin in Auckland on July 7th,although it has already been delayed several times amid legal wrangling overevidence disclosure.

If the 40-year-old and his three co-accused are sent to the United Statesthey will face charges of racketeering, money laundering and copyright theftcarrying potential jail terms of 20 years.

Dotcom has launched a new venture called Mega while on bail.

The US Justice Department and FBI claim Megaupload and related sites nettedmore than US$175 million in criminal proceeds, and cost copyright owners morethan $500 million by offering pirated copies of movies, TV shows and othercontent.

Major music labels and the film industry in the US have also filed lawsuitsagainst the file-sharing site.