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Increasing digitalization will dramatically change how people move around and travel. Passenger needs are already increasing when it comes to passenger information and the range of mobility and transport services. Simply getting from point A to B is taken for granted, and static information displays seem like something from the past. Some of the expectations for the future – and to some degree even for the present – include information about the fastest route, the ability to rapidly switch between various means of transport, having constant online and mobile access to real-time information about delays and connections as well as flexible, situation-based and location-based direction displays.
Innovative technologies from Siemens offer cities, operators, and industry everything they need to respond to these challenges – with IT-based solutions for future-oriented travel comfort.
The goal is to offer passengers the optimal solution for the shortest travel time, seamless transfers to other means of transport, and up-to-date passenger information for their route. To achieve this, new mobility services such as car sharing, ride sharing, bike sharing, and shared parking need to be digitally networked with traditional services such as rail travel, public transport and private transport. In view of the ever-present Internet and all the connected mobile devices, the data exchange between the various means of transport is opening up new opportunities and business models for rail operators and mobility service providers. Innovative technologies from Siemens make all this possible.
In 2017, six new Velaro trains joined the Konya–Ankara–Eskisehir service – with the digital services AlwaysConnected and TrainIT from Siemens on board.
Passengers benefit from comprehensive Internet on Board services – for entertainment, communicating, or working en route – by enjoying WLAN access to music, videos, online games and ebooks; travel information, news tickers and internet protocol television.
To ensure reliable and punctual train connections, the TCDD continuously monitors the status of its trains using the TrainIT platform with its standardized train-ground interface.
For additional information about our innovative solutions for future-oriented travel comfort, please send an e-mail to our experts. They will be happy to assist you.