Cologne, Oct. 11th 2021 – After one year pause due to the pandemic, Ford’s driving safety training course “Vorfahrt für Deine Zukunft” took place from Saturday, October 9th, to Sunday, October 10th “Vorfahrt für deine Zukunft” is a free of charge training course designed specifically for young drivers aged between 18 and 24. The training is certified by the German Road Safety Council and is conducted by Allegium. Read more on this years training.
Cologne, Oct. 7th 2021 – On October 7, the final event of the second Ford Fund Smart Mobility Challenge @ TH- Cologne took place. But not only the winning team EnX showed impressive results. The second and third place teams also continued their projects. Team RheinSharing impressed the participants with a strong performance since the last jury meeting on February 10, 2021.The final event was also the kick-off for the next FSMC III, where more than 40 new students participated. Allegium is a proud supporter of FSMC and looks forward to seeing the results of this year’s FSMC. Read more on FSMC II.
Cologne, Oct. 4th 2021 – Ford in Germany and the start-up RheinSharing have signed a memorandum of understanding. The start-up emerged from an interdisciplinary student initiative at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences (TH). The six students of automotive engineering and architecture had won second place in the Ford Fund Smart Mobility Challenge in March of this year with their disruptive idea to generate renewable energy from the flow of the river Rhine and use it directly to power mobility stations to supply electric vehicles. Allegium proudly supports RheinSharing. Read more