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Werder Bremen admit flying a drone over Hoffenheims training ground

first_imgWerder Bremen confirmed that a drone was flown over Hoffenheim’s training ground on Tuesday before their 1-1 Bundesliga drawThe drone was spotted by Hoffenheim staff at the club’s base as the team underwent their final training session before Wednesday’s clash.Local authorities were alerted by Hoffenheim as flying a drone over people in Germany is illegal.Bremen CEO Frank Baumann confessed the drone was from them and added that they had someone in the area.Now the German side have released a statement announcing that Baumann, coach Florian Kohfeldt and analysts were the ones behind it.“Werder Bremen briefly brought a drone into action last Tuesday during TSG Hoffenheim’s training,” read the statement on the club website.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“This is the result of a conversation between Werder CEO Baumann, head coach Kohfeldt and employees of the analysis department.”Baumann accepted full responsibility in a press conference on Friday.“We discussed everything internally. I take responsibility for this,” said Baumann.“If the action in Hoffenheim led to a certain uncertainty on the training ground, then we would like to apologise for that.“A drone was flown for a short period, but didn’t fly over the pitch their team was training on. There was no threat. Everything has been resolved with Hoffenheim.“We have done nothing illegal. That would go against our club principles. We apologise to Hoffenheim if the incident has unnerved them. This is all we have to say on the matter.”last_img read more

Audi teases sharp AIme design study for Shanghai Motor Show

first_img 0 2018 Audi S4: The sweet spot sport sedan More From Roadshow Concept Cars Autonomous Vehicles Electric Cars Audi’s tradition of incorporating “AI” into the names of its futuristic concepts will continue at the 2019 Shanghai Motor Show, with the addition of the AI:me design study.Audi on Tuesday released a set of teaser sketches for the AI:me design study concept, ahead of its debut at the 2019 Shanghai Motor Show on April 15. Audi didn’t offer up too many details, saying only that it shows off Audi’s idea of an automated car for “the megacities of tomorrow.”Its intended purpose is evident in its design. The wheels are stretched as far to the extremes of the body as possible, both longitudinally and latitudinally, leaving oodles of space for its occupants. It doesn’t stray too far from Audi’s design language, though, retaining some semblance of a grille and a set of headlights that look like they could have come from any recent Audi concept.Enlarge ImageThe grille is a dead giveaway that it’s an Audi. But the rest of it? Not so much. Audi There’s a retractable steering wheel inside with a futuristic design that’s closer to an aviation yoke than a traditional steering wheel. Audi made generous use of wood in the cockpit, and it’s offset with leather and other materials, in addition to a series of small screens integrated in the door panels. Looking forward, there’s a single screen that seems to occupy nearly the entire width of the dashboard.Audi’s “AI” concepts are all pretty wild in different ways. The Aicon concept was a wildly styled autonomous EV with 500 miles of range and its own drone, and it did away with traditional headlights and taillights. And then there’s the spongeworthy Elaine concept, which relied a little less on autonomy and carried a more traditiona shape akin to Audi’s Sportback crossovers.audi-aime-teaser-003Enlarge ImageIf only interesting steering wheels were able to graduate to production. Silly regulations… Audi 2018 Audi Q7: Rockin’ the suburbs More about 2019 Audi Q8 Post a comment Tags Review • 2019 Audi Q8 review: Stop worrying and love the roof Share your voice Preview • 2019 Audi Q8: Cross-country tech titan Shanghai Motor Show 2019 Audi Audi 2019 Audi Q8 review: Stop worrying and love the rooflast_img read more