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Siemens Mobility – Moving beyond.

https://www.mobility.siemens.com/global/en.html

Siemens Mobility is a global company that offers a comprehensive set of transportation systems that pioneer sustainable and seamless mobility solutions from the first mile to the last. The portfolio’s core areas of rolling stock,rail automation and electrification, turnkey systems, intelligent traffic systems as well as related services, meet the challenges brought on by a growing demand for mobility and public transportation. Siemens Mobility has been a leading provider of transport solutions for more than 160 years, and continues to be a trusted partner and forward-looking organization that enables mobility operators worldwide to make infrastructure intelligent, increase value sustainably over the entire lifecycle, enhance passenger experience and guarantee availability.

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Sustainable, seamless and safe mobility for more liveable cities

As more and more of the world's population moves into cities, a major challenge is to create integrated mobility systems – with rail solutions at their core – that make transport from door to door seamless, safe and sustainable. In this session we discuss, how we can create or shape cities where people really wish to live. Cities in which jobs, shops, entertainment and green zones are easy to access via multimodal means of transportation. And in a dialogue in which the views of industry expert Siemens Mobility, mobility operators and city planners come up for discussion, we also explore, how to increase the COVID-19 resilience of transportation in cities?

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    Michael Peter CEO, Siemens Mobility
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    Tom Moran Managing Director, Thameslink & Great Northern Railway
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    Mark Swindell Chief Executive Officer, Rock Rail
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    Sally Eaves Forbes Technology Council, United Nation’s inaugural Frontier Awards
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    Nick Kingsley Managing Editor, Railway Gazette Group
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Sustainable, seamless and safe mobility for more liveable cities

- In action

In this session we combine three individual case studies and look at best practice examples with an impact on urban mobility. We reassess safe urban travel by looking at how existing and future technology can help ensure clean air in trains. Another topic of our explorations is light rail in an urban context, and we assess how MaaS platforms for intermodal mobility can help build urban transportation networks. Along these examples, we seek to understand: Which lessons cities and transportation systems can learn from each other, in order to make transport in cities safer, more sustainable and seamless.

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    Thomas Wolf Head of Sales Intermodal Solutions, Siemens Mobility
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    Thomas Wasser Project Manager Platform & Business Development, Hybrid Drive Technologies/ Siemens Mobility
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    Peter Parker Director of Asset Management and Assurance, Siemens Mobility
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    Nick Kingsley Managing Editor, Railway Gazette Group
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Focusing on the future

In the last of our week of interactive live discussions, on September 25 Railway Gazette will review the themes which have emerged over the course of the five days, and seek to explore the key short and medium-term opportunities and risks facing the global rail sector.

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    William Wilson CEO, Siemens Mobility Limited
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    Milda Manomaityte Technical & Policy Manager, Railway Industry Association
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    Libor Lochman Executive Director, CER
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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 Group