Internet of Trains – How digitisation creates new value opportunities
11 August 2016 • Author(s): Siemens Mobility
This webinar took place on the 15 September 2016 and is available to watch now on-demand.
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Digitisation has reached the world of trains in tremendous speed. Trains are generating large volumes of data and this webinar describes how rail operators and maintainers can use such data to improve their businesses and generate more value from their assets. Detailed examples will show how availability of vehicle fleets can be improved and what will be possible with vehicle data in the future.
This webinar took place live on 15 September 2016 and is available to watch now on demand. Click here to watch this webinar.
Director Data Services
Gerhard Kreß started two years ago to build up data services in Siemens Mobility. Prior to this, he has held various roles in Siemens for more than ten years. His background is in physics and political science.
Siemens Mobility Division is a leading international provider of products, systems and solutions that enable people and goods to be transported in an efficient, safe and environmentally friendly manner. Business activities include rolling stock, rail automation, intelligent traffic and transportation systems, and rail electrification. Mobility’s service offerings maximise vehicle and infrastructure availability. The Division’s comprehensive portfolio is further augmented by turnkey project expertise and tailored financing solutions.
The Mobility Division combines innovations with comprehensive industry know-how, over 160 years of transportation expertise and a global network of recognized experts in more than 40 countries with Siemens’ solid financial foundation.
For more information about the Mobility Division, visit www.siemens.com/mobility
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