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Siemens Mobility Exhibits Innovative Mobility Solutions at CES 2020

Las Vegas, 06 January to 10 January 2020

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Michael Peter, Siemens Mobility CEO, presents at CES press event

Max Eichhorn, Head of the Mobility Operating System, presents at CES press event

Kunal Chandra, Head of Shared Autonomous Mobility, presents at CES press event

Michael Frankenberg, CEO HaCon, and Juergen Ross, Head of Planning and Passenger Information, VBB  at CES press event

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Traffic Control Room in Berlin

Traffic Control in Seattle

eHighway in Action

Shifting freight transport to rail has its limitations. Therefore, a share of this transport will need to be carried out by trucks that combine reliable service with minimum environmental impact. The eHighway system is twice as efficient as conventional internal combustion engines. This Siemens Mobility innovation supplies trucks with power from an overhead contact line. This reduces local air pollution and contributes significantly to the decarbonization of the transport sector.

First autonomous shuttle bus 

It’s here – the new minibus for HEAT (Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation), Germany’s unique research and development project to integrate an autonomous shuttle bus into regular street traffic. Five meters long, weighing just under three tons, powered emission-free with electricity: The minibus will provide space for up to ten passengers traveling through Hamburg’s HafenCity as of mid-2020. The youngest member of the city’s HOCHBAHN fleet will drive autonomously. In order to safely find its way along the test route, the minibus will communicate continuously with sensors installed along the route and with the central HOCHBAHN control center. The minibus will begin test operations this August.  Copyright: Hamburger Hochbahn AG


Kara Evanko

Siemens Mobility GmbH

+1 (202) 285-3072