The world’s largest trade fair for transport technology – InnoTrans – will be held in Berlin from September 20 to 23. Siemens Mobility will showcase its products in hub 27, booth 230 and in the outdoor exhibition area.
Rail is seen as the game-changer in combating climate change – and digitalization will play a major role in managing the growing demand for mobility. Digital technologies, services and innovations allow for better availability, more punctuality and better utilization of trains, which benefits the operator and the customer.
motto “Destination digital” at InnoTrans, Siemens Mobility presents four
crucial levers for supporting its customers in providing sustainable,
comfortable, and cost-effective rail traffic: lifecycle cost optimized rail
infrastructure and rolling stock, 100% system availability, maximized network
capacity and optimized customer experience and processes.
Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) is investing in the new generation of Nightjet trains, which will offer passengers an even more comfortable nightime travel experience. They are being developed and built at the Siemens Mobility plant in Vienna.
Matthias Rebellius, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and CEO of Smart Infrastructure, will highlight and discuss the latest trends in the field of infrastructure and the integration of eMobility. Cedrik Neike, Member of the Management Board of Siemens AG and CEO Digital Industries, as well as other executives, will give you a closer look at the developments around all things mobility and what the future has in store.
At Siemens Mobility’s virtual press conference the CEO’s Sabrina Soussan and Michael Peter unveiled the new Siemens Mobility vision, provided updates on how the company has managed business continuity and discussed the future of mobility post COVID-19.
In an era of consumer-oriented production and economic uncertainty, industrial companies are constantly facing new challenges. We're integrating cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, Edge and Cloud computing, and Industrial 5G into the Digital Enterprise. This is how we're enabling the intelligence that’s required for the production of customized products. On Wednesday, March 4, the CEOs of Digital Industries presented technological innovations as well as current product highlights. They showed numerous specific examples to demonstrate how companies need to think and act in ecosystems in order to implement Industrie 4.0. We also demonstrated how we’re combining the latest technologies with our domain expertise to make our solutions for the digital transformation more and more market-specific.
Kicking off 2020, Siemens Mobility will participate in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a preeminent gathering place for the most innovative minds and organizations, taking place in Las Vegas, January 6-10, 2020. Under the motto of “Connecting people through seamless mobility”, Siemens Mobility will be showcasing a variety of digital innovations from its intelligent traffic systems and intermodal solutions.
Siemens Mobility delivers innovative solution-driven technology that enhances quality of life: making communities more sustainable and better places to live, work and play. Contributing to the next mobility revolution, comprehensive traffic management systems are shaping an autonomous, connected, electric and shared mobility ecosystem.
At "SPS – Smart Production Solutions" 2019, Siemens will present sector-specific applications and future technologies for the digital transformation of the discrete and process industries. At the heart of the 4000 square meter booth will be new products, solutions and services from the Digital Enterprise portfolio, which can be used to merge the real and virtual world.
On November 26, the first day of SPS, Klaus Helmrich spoke at the Siemens press conference, which took place in the trade show Convention Center. Mr Helmrich discussed the latest trends in digitalization and the next stage of digital transformation in the discrete and process industries.
At this year’s European Utility Week (EUW) in Paris, Siemens Smart Infrastructure will demonstrate how it is driving energy intelligence across supply and demand. By helping shape the energy ecosystem across buildings, industry and the grid, Siemens is supporting government, cities and businesses with their sustainability goals. The company will focus on four topics that support the energy transition: sustainable grids, smart distribution, the Internet of Energy and grid edge.
By 2035, more than 50 percent of electricity is expected to be generated by renewables. In parallel, electricity consumption is forecast to double by 2050. Megatrends such as increasing urbanization and climate change are driving the need for electrification and decarbonization. Meanwhile, new applications in software and digitalization are making grids smarter and more efficient, creating new business models.
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.