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  • Museums have been a source of cultural, historical, and scientific knowledge and artefacts for many years now. With the increase in travel, gradually every year the interest in these institutions rises. Last year, the 20 most visited museums in the world welcomed more than 107 million visitors. This represents a mild increase of 0.2% compared to 2016. To portray the importance of museums and stress some interesting aspects, presents the Top 10 Most Visited Museums Worldwide.

  • The world’s largest rail trade fair returns to Berlin on September 18-21

  • FUELSAVE, the Germany-based manufacturer of the unique fuel saving additive FS Marine+, has applied to become a partner of the CO2 Challenge, the initiative set up by US conglomerate Cargill, entrepreneurial cooperative group Rainmaking and classification society DNV GL.

  • Don’t be surprised if you cross paths with a robot running up and down the aisles and entering the elevators, the next time you stay in a hotel. They take extra towels for guests, give information to passengers lost at airports and even get some drinks ready on cruise ships. What could have been descriptions in books by Isaac Asimov or Aldous Huxley are now the brave real world. Robots in tourism are reality.

  • A super typhoon made landfall in China’s Guangdong on Sunday, the country’s most populous province, after wreaking havoc in Hong Kong and Macau and killing potentially more than 50 people in the Philippines.

  • International wagon and tank container leasing group Ermewa has started installing the Amsted Digital Solutions telematics platform across much of its fleet, the two companies announced ahead of the InnoTrans 2018 trade fair in Berlin.

  • CRRC: Chinese rolling stock manufacturer CRRC will be exhibiting two vehicles on the outdoor display at InnoTrans 2018.

  • The Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) decided to invest more than $1 billion in Silicon Valley-based Lucid Motors, an electric vehicle startup that is taking aim at Tesla, the PIF announced Monday. Lucid Motors will be using the funding to help bring its first production electric vehicle, the Lucid Air, to market in 2020.

  • changing notions of what customers want from cars have pushed automakers to do plenty of weird things. They have unmoored the driver’s seat from the left side of the car, revived the rotary engine and turned windshields into screens. BMW, though, is most likely the first to put down carpeting in the cabin of a cargo jet.

  • The first A380 for All Nippon Airways (ANA) took to the skies today, completing a maiden flight from the Final Assembly Line in Toulouse, France to the Airbus site in Hamburg, Germany.