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From analog to digital

Satisfying the need for seamless mobility

People today expect and need solutions that make their daily mobility simpler, more flexible, faster, more reliable and affordable. Cities and national economies, on the other hand, face the challenge of reducing the costs, space requirements, noise and CO2 emissions of transportation.


The pressure on mobility providers and policymakers to meet these mobility and transportation needs is not just high but growing – by 2050 the urban population is expected to exceed 70%. In the face of these rising demands, the transport industry is now seeking solutions that will take existing transport infrastructure to the next level.

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.

Alexander Dobrindt, German Minister for Transport and Digital Infrastructure

Data and digitalization

Make mobility safer, faster, more convenient – and fun

Digitalization not only plays a key role for mobility providers in their struggle to achieve the reliability, flexibility and availability they need to make rail solutions cost-efficient: It lies at the heart of making the lives of people who travel easier and more enjoyable. Locomotives, trains, components, train automation systems – everything is a valuable source of data.

With Siemens Digital Services, a state-of-the-art system that processes this wealth of transportation data, transport operators analyze trends and monitor the status of machinery and the flow of passengers and goods to offer a smooth mobility experience.

In the past deployment plans had to be based on maintenance schedules. Now maintenance schedules are based on deployment plans.

Johannes Emmelheinz, CEO of Siemens Mobility Services

Digital services

Keep your trains on the move

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.

Spot weaknesses before they're an issue

Decrease downtimes, increase availability and capacity: Siemens Digital Services monitors and analyzes data in real time for prescriptive services and intelligent energy management.

Make the most of your infrastructure

Maximize your throughput with Siemens solutions for automated driving, integrated resource and asset management.

The appeal of comfort and convenience

Connectivity is the key to raise the appeal of rail transport. With Siemens communication solutions, passengers use the Internet, enjoy customized services, get real-time travel information and save time with e-ticketing.

Trains – when and where you need them

As unique as mobility providers across the world are, they do face similar challenges in leveraging big data to solve mobility issues. Siemens Digital Services helps rail operators achieve their business goals, not only with the latest trains but by bringing intelligence and connectivity to existing rolling assets.



ÖBB railjet | Austria | Digital Service

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higher availability achieved within 1 year

0 M

passengers traveling with ÖBB

99 M

kilometers is the distance ÖBB trains cover in 1 year. It equals a one-way trip to the Sun.

TCDD | Turkey | Always Connected

50 M

passengers in 2014

500 km

length of TCDD high-speed lines in 2016

5000 km

estimated TCDD length of high-speed lines in 2023

DB Cargo AG | Germany | Automated Train Operation

500 m

length of longest DB Cargo freight train

5000 km

greatest distance traveled by DB Cargo trains: Leipzig, Germany, to Shenyang, Northeast China


Our digital services on the rail

  • Smart Connectivity: Connect fleet and infrastructure to Siemens Mobility Services. It’s secure and reliable.
  • Smart Monitoring: Know the exact status of your trains and rails – anytime, anywhere
  • Smart Data Analysis: Benefit from patterns, trends and issues data analysts reads from your data.