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 ITS World Congress 2019
With growing populations, cities are becoming increasingly congested, with more traffic and longer commutes. Efficiency and safety of road traffic remain top priority for many cities. By offering autonomous shuttle systems, public transport operators and cities seek to draw passengers and make public transport more attractive. At the ITS World Congress in Singapore, Siemens Mobility is examining how Singapore is transforming its transportation ecosystem, delivering an outlook on intelligent traffic systems (ITS) projects within the Asia-Pacific region as well as showcasing advances in autonomous mobility coming to life at the CETRAN test facility. 

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Fred Kalt, Head of Siemens Mobility Intelligent Traffic Systems Asia Pacific; Claire Thurston, Director, SCATS at Roads and Maritime Services; Jeff McCarthy, Executive Direction, Technical and Project Services (Chief Engineer) at Roads and Maritime Services and Markus Schlitt, CEO of Siemens Mobility Intelligent Traffic Systems, SCATS Certification Ceremony
Jeff McCarthy, Executive Direction, Technical and Project Services (Chief Engineer) at Roads and Maritime Services and Markus Schlitt, CEO of Siemens Mobility Intelligent Traffic Systems, SCATS Certification Ceremony
Michel Obadia, CEO of Siemens Mobility Asia Pacific, presents the latest updates on the region
Pedestrian safely walks across the street in front of autonomous vehicle at CETRAN test track where intelligent infrastructure optimizes autonomous vehicle operations
Fred Kalt, Head of Siemens ITS in Asia Pacific, discusses industry trends – autonomous, shared, electric and connected vehicles – shaping road traffic today 
Centre of Excellence for Testing & Research of Autonomous Vehicles NTU (CETRAN)
Thomas Walbrun, Head of Shared Autonomous Mobility, discusses how intelligent infrastructure is the key to optimizing autonomous vehicles

Contact

Kara Evanko

Siemens Mobility GmbH

One Penn Plaza
New York, NY 10119
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+1 (202) 285-3072