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Webinar, June 27, 2017
In the webinar held on June 27, Gerhard Kress, Head of Mobility Data Services Center at Siemens AG, talked about how to turn data into real value and so improve rail business. You can now watch the video recording on demand.
In an increasingly urbanized world, ensuring efficient transportation is a key challenge for both cities and mobility providers. Siemens helps make their assets smart, sustainable and more attractive.
Siemens draws on rich transport experience and in-depth expertise to add intelligence – to create smart solutions that not just allow mobility providers to react swiftly to any given situation, but to anticipate them.
And, last but not least, digital solutions ensure an enhanced and contemporary travel experience with constant Internet access and customized services.
A modern transport system that doesn’t stream data is inconceivable. Anyone who wants to build the world’s most modern infrastructure needs to envisage, plan and build road, rail and digital capability all as one.
Are you interested to know how digitalization today is being applied across the mobility sector and how data can drive value for society, operators, and authorities? Then take the opportunity and get deeper insights from the whitepaper ‘The Data Opportunity’.
Reduced weight and optimized aerodynamic design reduce energy consumption per seat by 22 percent compared with an ICE 1
The innovative traction system uses power cars and permits flexible train formation
The ICE 4 is a true world champion when it comes to usable floor space, 830 passenger in a 346 meters train
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.
Easy and cost-effective thanks to satellite navigation
Reliable bus prioritization, immediate return to regular switching routines
No special equipment for intersection controllers needed
Intelligent system combines the green traffic concept with the traffic management system
Reduce carbon emissions, increase energy-efficiency, and improve the lives of commuters
Advanced traffic management system integrating transport information for all travel options
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