Digitalisation, Events, Safety, Signalling & Communications

Siemens Mobility to showcase latest rail technologies

Siemens Mobility is once again showcasing its latest railway technologies at this year’s Asia Pacific Rail conference, taking place at Bangkok from May 11-12.

The company will share insights on digitalising the railway sector at the booth and during the conference program by participating in one panel and two presentations.

The first presentation will focus on system security of driverless vehicles and their connectivity with 5G. This will be followed by the presentation of how Siemens Mobility helps to optimise rail systems’ life cycle costs and renewal strategies and maximise their availability and operational efficiency.

Siemens Mobility in Asia Pacific CEO Michel Obadia will also share his insights for the future of mainline rail in the region, derived from his working experience of more than 10 years in APAC countries.

The agenda:

  • Presentation: How to protect your driverless operations system connected in the future with 5G – Lena Harnisch, Product Manager for Cybersecurity solutions, Siemens Mobility, on Wednesday, May 11
  • Presentation: Digital asset management for rail systems – Gerhard Paal, Head of Sales for Digital Services, Siemens Mobility, on Thursday, May 12
  • Panel: The future of mainline in ASP – Michel Obadia, CEO of Siemens Mobility, Asia Pacific, on Thursday, May 12

Siemens Mobility will be showcasing the following topic areas at the booth:

  • Railigent® – the application suite that leverages IoT and AI for rail assets
  • Metro and Highspeed trains that ensure safe and comfortable travel for passengers while also meeting highest economic and environmental requirements for ASP region,
  • State-of-the-art Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platforms through its range of modular software components as part of its Intermodal Solutions suite, covering capabilities such as intermodal and on-demand trip planning, disruption management, mobility analytics, mobile ticketing, mainline ticketing and inventory management
  • The mockup of GCP5000, a fully integrated crossing warning system to reliably detect the motion of an approaching train and start the crossing warning system.