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Meeting the need for smart mobility solutions

It is estimated that by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities. As a result, ever greater pressure is building up to provide efficient mobility solutions that help people primarily in urban areas fulfill their expectations for a modern and quality lifestyle.  


To meet this demand, Siemens provides integrated, sustainable transportation solutions that optimize existing infrastructures – not just with hi-tech hardware but also with smart management systems. Only an intelligent approach can offer future-proof mobility services in the face of increasing energy costs, restricted space and rising requirements.


Through the digitalization of proven transport solutions, Siemens is taking mobility to the next level by making mobility services even more efficient and sustainable – today and in the future. By combining domain know-how with digitalization expertise, Siemens offers its customers future-proven mobility solutions for improved availability, maximum throughput and enhanced passenger experience:


  • Availability is improved with monitoring and diagnostics, prescriptive services and intelligent energy management.
  • Throughput is maximized with automated driving, integrated resource and asset management and intermodal traffic management.
  • Passenger experience is enhanced with cutting-edge IT applications that enable operators to optimize asset utilization and provide smooth, convenient and safe transport for their passengers.

So join Siemens at the UITP Global Public Transport Summit and visit our booth (2K100) in Montreal to experience firsthand how digital innovations make urban mobility solutions more competitive and attractive.


Our highlight themes


Digital Services

With the new open and cloud-based service platform Railigent, Siemens offers best-in-class support to operators for leveraging real-time data supplied by systems and the smarter management of managing their infrastructure and rolling stock assets. Remote monitoring and smart data analysis provided by our data service centers enable prescriptive maintenance as well as improved operations. Malfunctions can be predicted before actual problems occur, and performance of assets can be increased through improved energy consumption and higher utilization.

More about Railigent

Study "The Data Opportunity"



Rail Electrification

Siemens offers precisely fitted, reliable traction power supply and contact line systems, and smart energy management for mass transit transportation: from consulting and financing to system design, implementation and after-sales service. Customers benefit from our comprehensive solution portfolio and cutting-edge technologies for optimum systems integration and highest availability and energy efficiency.

More about Rail electrification

Rail electrification in North America (Video)


eBus Charging Infrastructure

The right charging technology utilizes the full advantages of eBuses: lower energy consumption in comparison to buses with combustion engines, use of renewable energy, less noise, lower particle emissions, reduced CO2 emissions, lower lifecycle costs, and reliable service. Siemens offers a full range of fully automated and interoperable charging solutions that are tailored to the specific requirements of transport operators.

More about eBus charging infrastructure


Automated Driving

Siemens is the leading partner for all grades of train control systems in mass transit transportation – from driver assistance systems and automated train operation to fully automated systems. With its advanced infrastructure systems as well as onboard and cloud technologies, Siemens ensures maximum throughput, superior punctuality, higher safety, and increased energy efficiency.

Systems for automatic driving (Video)

“Signal at Green“ (White Paper)


Intelligent Road

Through unique radar-based sensor technologies and innovative roadside equipment, Siemens provides the basis for car2x applications that help utilize existing road infrastructures more efficiently. Through autonomous driving and the intelligent monitoring of parking areas, traffic capacity, flexibility and flow can be improved while enhancing driver convenience and safety.

More about intelligent road


Infotainment & Assistance Technologies

Connectivity is the key to keeping passengers safe and comfortable. Siemens offers the most innovative communication solutions that enable access to the Internet and entertainment, integrate CCTV and travel information, and coordinate intermodal transportation services. This ensures considerably safer, more convenient, and seamless journeys thanks to comprehensive information and assistance for passengers, drivers and system operators.

The digitalized journey (Article from The Magazine)

„Travel of tomorrow“ (White Paper)

Passenger Information Systems (Video)

Enhanced passenger experience through digitalization (background information)

Enhanced travel comfort through digitalization


Metro and Light Rail Vehicles

As a long-term and reliable local partner, Siemens provides a complete range of light rail and metro vehicles offering enhanced travel experience, improved energy efficiency and outstanding performance over the entire vehicle lifecycle even under extreme climatic conditions. Siemens is also a comprehensive turnkey partner for providing complete mass transit systems with high delivery stability.

More about our vehicles

Study "Economic Impact Light Rail"


Complete Rail Solutions

Siemens provides complete support before, during and after commissioning of the transportation systems which are to be developed. A leading edge in experience with nearly 50 turnkey projects worldwide is the best conceivable qualification to this effect. Rail operators receive all-important services from a single source with reliable on time and in budget delivery, including financing concepts, project management, system integration, delivery of technical systems, commissioning, and training, in addition to maintenance. This offers distinctive advantages for the operators: An integrated concept approach cuts the costs, reduces the investment risk and enhances operational reliability.

Case study: Rapid Metro Rail Gurgaon

Rapid Metro Rail Gurgaon (Video)


Lasting Partnerships: United States & Canada

For more than 30 years, Siemens has been serving transportation customers across North America. Operators rely on Siemens to provide rail vehicles and electrification as well as signaling and control technology for rail and transit systems. As the market leader with more than 1,300 light rail vehicles in operation throughout North America Siemens has established an excellent reputation for reliability and quality, with trusting long-term partnerships, robust local sourcing and high delivery stability.

More about our US Portfolio

Bloomberg: Portland's green Answer (Video)

Calgary Transit Siemens (Video)


Conference speakers

Opening ceremony


Sunday May 14, 4:00-6:00 p.m.


Participation in panel session: Dr. Jochen Eickholt, CEO Siemens Mobility

Summit - Lunch Session #2

Monday May 15, 12:30-2:00 p.m.


Participation in panel session: “Paradigm shift in maintenance strategies”


Sandra Gott-Karlbauer, CEO of Urban Transportation, Siemens Mobility

Summit - Parallel Session #17

Wednesday May 17, 9:00-10:30 a.m.


Siemens contribution: “MaaS Mobility as a service, different models, one aim: providing the key to reducing car ownership!”


Simone Köhler, Head of Marketing, Innovative Technologies at Mobility Management, Siemens Mobility

Focus Session speakers

Focus Session - Fleet maintenance and vehicle upgrade

Monday May 15, 2:00-3:30 p.m.


Siemens contribution: “Digitalization Transforms Transportation: Using Smart Analytics to achieve highest availability in Mobility Services”


Johannes Emmelheinz, CEO of Customer Services, Siemens Mobility

Focus Session - CBTC to boost capacity

Tuesday May 16, 2:00-3:30 p.m.


Siemens contribution: “Managing complex urban transport refurbishment projects successfully - Real-life experiences for the implementation of CBTC technology”


Ingo Hoffmann, Director Market Development Metro Signalling Systems, Siemens Mobility

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