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A conversation with Martin Powell, Global Head, Urban Development Practice and Head of Centre of Competence, Cities Americas, Siemens Corporation What are the key areas of focus for Siemens’ Urban Development Practice? When we started to look at cities, our role was to try to understand each of the 100 largest cities across the world […]
Siemens has joined the 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) Platform of Partners working with other private companies and public organisations in helping cities, citizens, communities and institutions prepare for, withstand, and emerge from the stresses caused by rapid urbanisation, globalisation, and climate change. “Technology is the key to building resilience”, said Roland Busch, Member of the […]
New overhead lines normally used to transmit electricity to trains and trams have been unveiled on a stretch of highway outside Stockholm to power trucks. The catenary system aims to cut energy consumption in half and reduce local air pollution. It was officially opened on a two-kilometre stretch of the E16 highway north of Stockholm, as […]
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has chosen Siemens, as a member of the Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) team, to provide innovative vehicle-to-infrastructure technology for a new Connected Vehicle pilot project.
Siemens has chosen Ann Arbor, in Michigan, US, as the company’s first Center of Excellence for Intelligent Traffic Technology.
At Siemens’ Creating Resilient Cities event in London yesterday, delegates from the cities of London, Johannesburg and Ljubljana gave presentations on how their city was attempting to deal with the effects of climate change, assume leadership in mitigating and adapting, and become more resilient.