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Siemens at InnoTrans 2016, the world's largest transport technology trade fair

Berlin, 20 September to 23 September 2016

The future of mobility is digital

Visit Siemens at Innotrans, the international trade fair for rail technology, in Berlin from September 20-23, 2016 in Hall 4.2, Booth 203.

Siemens events during Innotrans 2016

Siemens events during Innotrans 2016

  • September 21, 2016
    02:00 PM CEST: Formal handover of Desiro ML to Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB)
    03:00 PM CEST: Press tour - Siemens Mobility Division

Siemens Expert Center
  • September 20, 2016
    12:00 PM CEST: Gerhard Kress: "Data analytics of mobility systems for optimized operations"
    01:00 PM CEST: Jürgen Schlaht: "ANTS – Automated Nano Transport System"
    03:00 PM CEST: Markus Pelz: "Automated Driving by rail"

  • September 21, 2016
    10:30 AM CEST: Mark-Robert Sontag: "Smart financing solutions for innovative mobility projects"
    12:00 PM CEST: Dirk Schwanke: "The Mireo – Intelligence on rails"
    01:30 PM CEST: Britta Rohlfing: "ETCS Level 3 – the next step"
    03:00 PM CEST: Stefan Kemper: "Enhanced passenger experience through digitalization"

  • September 22, 2016
    12:00 PM CEST: Günther Payan: "Platform Viaggio Comfort"
    01:30 PM CEST: Geert Vanbeveren: "SiMobility – Innovative Technologies for Passenger Transport."
    03:00 PM CEST: David Rogers: "Enabling a resilient communication backbone – the core of Rail IoT"

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Further Information

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Even rail transportation is not immune to the megatrend that is digitalization. New customer requirements and technologies will change mobility significantly over the next ten to twenty years. The mobility of both people as well as goods is becoming increasingly more networked, flexible and multimodal. This is all made possible by the availability of intelligent sensors and possibilities for data transmission, storage and communication. Digitalization is one of the key factors in higher quality, attractiveness, capacity and reliability of rail transportation.

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Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Press Conference ahead of the Innotrans 2016

Further Information

Mireo – the new regional and commuter platform for local transport

In Germany alone by 2030, around six to ten million people who live in urban areas will travel by rail daily. At the same time the requirement for performance, cost-effectiveness, punctuality, environmental awareness, safety and customer satisfaction is increasing. The new regional and commuter train platform from Siemens has been designed especially with these future requirements in mind.

Data analysis of the mobility systems for optimized operation

Utmost reliability and maximum availability are critically important for ensuring the cost-efficient operation of rail vehicles and the infrastructure they use. After all, malfunctions and downtimes cost money, cause delays and frequently also lead to compensation claims from passengers, local transport purchasers and freight customers.

Enhanced passenger experience trough digitalization

Digitalization will change the manner in which we move. Simply getting quickly and efficiently from A to B is taken for granted nowadays, but passengers expect more. Towns, operators and the industry must react to the situation. Innovative technologies from Siemens are creating the opportunities to do just that.

Automated Driving by rail

The demand for automated solutions for rail systems is increasing. Rail has a great chance of becoming the most efficient means of transport in the future. However, this is only possible if it increases its competitiveness in comparison with other means of transport. This is achieved when trains arrive punctually and in quick succession. Siemens experts have therefore been working on autonomous operation of rail transport for several years. Significant progress has already been made with this automation of rail transport.

Financing the future of mobility

Advancing city mobility leads to a tremendous investment need. The challenges of financing rail infrastructure – from lack of public funds, inefficient procurement frameworks, to project risk management – can be answered by combining engineering and innovative financing solutions. At Siemens, we help finance large-scale mobility projects worldwide with our expertise in the management and evaluation of transport technology assets.
From bringing 1,140 energy-efficient carriages to the Thameslink Rolling Stock Programme in London with our tailored investor-friendly financing solution, enabling the first locomotive leasing transaction of DB Schenker in Italy for eight Siemens Vectron DC type locomotives, to providing long-term financing package for European Locomotive Leasing's order of 50 Siemens Vectron locomotives, Siemens Financial Services (SFS) collaborate closely with Siemens Mobility around the world to jointly bring the future of mobility to life.

Contact

Ellen Schramke

Siemens Mobility GmbH

+49 (30) 386-22370