Rail Broadcast Week 2021

Building back greener #RBW21

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Siemens Mobility is a separately managed company of Siemens AG. As a leader in transport than 160 years, Siemens Mobility is constantly innovating its portfolio in its core areas of rolling automation and electrification, turnkey systems, intelligent traffic systems as well as related digitalization, Siemens Mobility is enabling mobility operators worldwide to make infrastructure value sustainably over the entire lifecycle, enhance passenger experience and guarantee 2020, which ended on September 30, 2020, Siemens Mobility posted revenue of €9.1billion employees worldwide. Further information is available at: www.siemens.com/mobility

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The pressure to fight climate change is growing as states and communities are setting ever more ambitious CO2 reduction targets - which fundamentally impact the transportation sector. At the same time, demand for mobility, particularly in urban areas, continues to increase, and cities are predicted to grow by 2.5 billion people over the next 30 years.

The corona pandemic, in particular, has been a boost since technologies like contactless ticketing and digital capacity monitoring have ensured safe and reliable public transport. And thanks to digital solutions, the utilization of tracks and availability of rail systems can be increased. Cities have always been an accelerator for innovation and progress – in this session we want to explore how can we transform the transportation in our cities, today and tomorrow.

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    Andre Rodenbeck CEO Rail Infrastructure and President of VDB Siemens Mobility, Siemens Mobility
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    Carsten-Alexander Schroeder Head of Digital Mobility, Deutsche Telekom
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    Felix Schmid Professor, Dip.El.Ing.ETH, PhD, CEng., FIMechE, FIRSE, Eurailing, University of Birmingham
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    Nick Kingsley Managing Editor, Railway Gazette International
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The pressure to fight climate change is growing as states and communities are setting ever more ambitious CO2 reduction targets - which fundamentally impact the transportation sector. At the same time, demand for mobility, particularly in urban areas, continues to increase, and cities are predicted to grow by 2.5 billion people over the next 30 years.

In this deep-dive session we combine four individual case studies and look at digital technologies with an impact on urban mobility. We discuss the future of smart signaling with 5G, how we can maximize the value from rail assets over the lifecycle through digital asset management and look at country-wide MaaS solutions. And we show how we can implement these solutions in cities responsibly and safely. Along these examples, we seek to provide insights on how cities and transportation systems can learn from each other in order to make transportation futureproof.

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    Nick Kingsley Managing Editor, Railway Gazette International
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    Manfred Schienbein Head of CoC COMS, Siemens Mobility
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    Dieter Barnard Head of Digital Offerings, Siemens Mobilty Customer Services
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    Christian Mehlhorn Digital Services APAC – Sales and Implementation Manager, Siemens Mobility
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    Alexander Wehmeyer Head of International Projects, HACON
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    Christian Paulsen Product and Solution Security Officer, Siemens Mobility