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Digitalization is changing mobility as we know it. And this is what Siemens Mobility stands for: reinventing infrastructure and even ourselves as an organization – creating a digitally connected mobility universe.
With our unmatched engineering experience in both key areas of mobility – rail and road – and
with safety and security in our DNA, we are cocreating the mobility universe of the future. To
realize our vision we are focusing on three levels.
Open for innovation: Siemens Mobility is introducing new tools for cocreation and cultivating new partnerships. We foster innovative ecosystems and novel forms of collaboration.
We provide Connected Technology to combine the data that has been securely collected from various infrastructures. We convert this into smart data to enable a Connected Ecosystem that offers new services and products. To incubate ideas for the future, we are transforming our world of work to become a Connected Organization that is curious, open to change, and an active member of a digitally connected mobility universe.
A smart infrastructure is key to developing new products and even business models.
We are on our way to a new mobility universe. Its foundation will be a safe and secure, digitally connected infrastructure. In an article series to come from Siemens Mobility, Michael Peter, CEO of Siemens Mobility, provides insights into how Siemens #EngineersOfNext are using our unique domain expertise to digitally connect the rail and road infrastructure.
In the year 2050, mobility is characterized by connectivity. Everything is networked.
Examples of innovative rail and road solutions
Be-in/Be-out (BiBo) ticketing system as a pilot project on the Pre-Alpine Express operated by Swiss South Eastern Railway (SOB)
Passengers are automatically checked in and checked out through smartphone registration via a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) sensor
The pilot project proved a success: SOB commissioned Siemens to develop, implement, and operate a customer-oriented mobility platform for its entire network
Providing service to the Gornergrat Bahn (GGB) with a control system, IT infrastructure, and application software from Siemens
“Iltis as a service” has made it possible for GGB to obtain all of the functions of its rail traffic control system by licensing it as a service
Maintenance and repair work are carried out directly by Siemens, without the need for a site visit by a technician
SiBike will be extending the advantages of a “green wave” to cyclists as well
The system can be easily integrated into the existing traffic control system
Improves the road traffic experience for cyclists and shortens travel times
How can your business become part of a digitally connected mobility universe? Get in contact with us to exchange ideas about how to engineer your future mobility solution.