In order to further promote the exchange and cooperation between CHD and high-level research institutions in the world, the Vice President Fan Wen and Uwe-Carsten Fiebig, director of Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V (DLR), recently signed a cooperation agreement on behalf of both parties respectively.
According to the agreement, in order to promote educational and academic exchanges and commit to high-level international cooperation, both parties will continue to deepen their cooperative relationship on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, mutual collaboration and common development. Focusing on research areas such as communication channel characteristics and modeling in different traffic scenarios, vehicular network communication, techniques and methods for positioning in extreme scenarios off the vehicle network, and integrated technology for vehicular network communication and sensing, focusing on strengthening research. The two parties will continue to deepen the cooperation between the two sides, and focus on strengthening the exchange of research personnel, joint training of students, cooperation in publishing high-level scientific research papers. Promoting the development of international standards, so as to continue to promote international cooperation and exchange and scientific innovation in the field of vehicle communication.
DLR is a German national research institute for aeronautics, energy and transportation, mainly engaged in scientific research in the fields of aviation, space, energy, transportation, safety and digitalization. DLR focus on the improvement of the human living environment and the promotion and dissemination of natural science and technology education. Among its 29 research institutes, the Institute for Communication and Navigation is at the top of the international level in the field of communication and positioning.