Exclusive data is exciting for both the media and the public. TÜV Rheinland relies on its own studies and opinion polls to gauge what people are thinking in Germany.
Laughter is healthy – even the occupational psychologists at TÜV Rheinland know this. But how much joking is okay in the age of
Covid-19 is restricting our lives longer than we had hoped. A return to normality is not in sight. What’s needed now is perseverance – and a fresh look at the future.
The amendment to the Road Traffic Regulations provides for higher penalties for speeding. Critics see this as setting a “trap” for motorists.
The media world is also changing in the crisis, loosely based on the Spanish proverb “No hay mal que por bien no venga”: There is no evil that does not lead to good.
Videoconferencing with colleagues, piano lessons via Skype for the kids – digital communication technology fortunately makes it possible for all of us.
Geofencing can be used to automatically restrict the speed of e-scooters. Could this provide a solution for speeding cars in areas such as 30kph zones?
What if the various divisions of a business had climate budgets as well as financial ones? A proposal for all those tasked with making decisions.
Neutral doesn’t always mean neutral: In climate debate, words shape the framework of interpretation – a topic that also concerns testing companies such as TÜV Rheinland.