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Siemens at SCEWC 2017
Urbanization, climate change, and globalization are posing multiple challenges to cities and city stakeholders. Ensuring mobility, improving energy efficiency, and increasing the economic value of buildings are among the main priorities when it comes to creating and managing urban infrastructure. Through digitalization, we enable cities to optimize the performance of buildings, transport and energy systems, while ensuring the safety and security of people and assets.
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Speaker: José Maria Pique Riera, Regional Manager Siemens Catalonia, Aragón and Baleares
Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Room tbd.
About: José has 20 years of leadership experience in the microelectronics business. As Regional Manager Catalonia, Aragón and Baleares he has a transversal view of the energy market from generation and transmission to electricity distribution. José also leads business development related to smart cities in the regions. He is an engineer in telecommunications.
Speaker: Martin Powell, Head of Urban Development, Siemens Center of Competence Cities
Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Auditorium
About: Martin has global responsibility for the Urban Development practice in the Siemens Centre of Competence Cities. This involves working with Mayors and leaders providing advice and support to cities as they strive to meet tough economic, social and environmental targets and looking at economic and technical models of delivering solutions at scale.
Speaker: Francisco Payán Cuevas, Sales Manager Customer Service, Mobility Division Siemens Spain
Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Room TBD
About: Francisco is Sales Manager for Customer Services and Intelligent Traffic Systems at Siemens since 2014 and was previously Director of the Maintenance Department, among other responsibilities. He is holding an Executive MBA (ESIC 2011), a Master in Railway Systems (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, 2008) and holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Escuela Superior de Ingenieros de Sevilla.
Speaker: Dr. Tim Franke, Business Development Manager - Innovative Mobility Solutions
Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Room TBD
Time: Nov 16, 14:00-15:00
About: Tim has almost 10 years of experience in sustainable urban mobility, smart city and infrastructure solutions. He is globally responsible for business development of Siemens’ Innovative Mobility Solutions driving new business models and future urban mobility solutions. Tim holds a degree in engineering and a PhD in strategic management from Technical University of Berlin.
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