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Siemens as partner
Rail systems must do one thing above all: run. With modern maintenance solutions – from diagnostics to data-based action recommendations, from quick delivery of replacement parts to strategically planned modernization – we ensure the highest reliability and availability of your systems: 100% Railability.
Your service needs are just as individual as your operation. And satisfying your needs is precisely what we do best. With our Railcover® service contracts, we assemble just the right service package for you from our modular toolkit. With the right support, maintenance and material modules. We are always there for you when you need us – right where your rail systems happen to be.
Siemens Mobility Services offers a complete range of services for increasing the reliability and availability of rail service. You can download more information here.
Railway operators around the world are impressing their customers with reliability, performance, safety and efficiency – because they rely on Siemens Mobility Services. Learn more by reading about real-life examples here.
Transmission, axle bearing and motor temperatures, door power and air conditioning system data are transmitted continuously to the Mobility Data Services Center in Munich-Allach.
Development of action patterns and recommendations for ÖBB Technical Services.
Higher throughput with existing assets – without compromising on safety aspects.
115 new Desiro trains with 1,140 railcars and completely digital diagnostics chain – from the track to the two completely new depots.
Highly efficient service processes in the two depots, including the integrated generation of work orders.
Higher availability and reduced maintenance cost – thanks to improved predictability and shorter lead times for spare parts delivery
First 3D-printed motor terminal box for high-speed trains – produced using the selective laser-melting technique.
Saves warehousing costs and the high cost of conventionally reproducing parts in very small quantities.
The component produced by additive manufacturing is of higher quality than the conventionally manufactured original part – according to H.-G. Kreusch, Senior Advisor Automotive Engineering, Deutsche Bahn AG
For more information about Siemens Mobility Services for rail service, please send an e-mail to our experts. They will be glad to assist you.