European Mobility Week

Tiomorrow starts the European Mobility Week. 

Since 2002 Since 2002, it has sought to influence mobility and urban transport issues, as well as improve public health and quality of life. The campaign also gives people the chance to explore the role of city streets, and to experiment with practical solutions to tackle urban challenges, such as air pollution.

eHighway project in Germany

Siemens has been commissioned by the German state of Hesse to build an overhead contact line for electrified freight transport on a ten kilometre stretch of autobahn to supply electricity for the electric drive of a hybrid truck.

The Power of Big Data Within the Transport Industry

Data – or so-called ‘big data’ – is critical to the successful implementation of any sort of intelligent transport system. From operations and planning, through to safety and enhanced customer experience, the potential applications of big data, when done properly, are as numerous as they are exciting.

The intelligent mobility revolution taking the hassle out of public transport

With digital technologies a significant part of modern life, consumers have come to expect convenience - travelling on public transport is no different.

Junction software developed to mitigate congestion

Siemens has introduced new adaptive traffic control software in the USA that allows controllers located at junctions to share information with one another on traffic and pedestrian conditions. This SEPAC ‘Peer-to-Peer’ software enables the on street network of controllers to adaptively respond to changing conditions in real time.



“The TIMON project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 636220”

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