As transportation becomes more interconnected, Siemens Mobility is making the connection between technologies. Instead of seeing technologies as standalone modules, we view them as parts of greater intermodal solutions. Our ITS team of experienced professionals is developing solutions that span the needs of cities, drivers, commuters, and pedestrians. We connect people with our connected mobility technologies, laying the groundwork for a seamless transportation system. And our work with cities across the country is making sure that important infrastructure components are ready for an ACES-enabled world.
Data plays an important role in the future of mobility. Our Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) group has been at the forefront of turning data into solutions since our pioneering work with roadside units (RSUs). Today, ITS is a major stakeholder in U.S. Department of Transportation-funded connected vehicle (CV) projects across the country and our big-data solutions are reshaping the mobility operating system. Offering advanced traffic management systems and traffic controllers, we help to balance an efficient road network, integrated fleet management, and end-user-centric multimodal transportation. Our solutions are making transportation infrastructure more intelligent – capable of predicting and self-correcting mobility challenges in real time.
Real-time adaptive traffic control with predictive capabilities using machine learning to analyze all travel modes to optimize people throughput
Provides a common basis for all applications, allowing the coordinated operation of the function modules for traffic management, traffic control, parking guidance, traffic planning and connection to third-party systems.
Siemens Mobility supplies all elements required for the effective control of urban traffic from a single source. With our hardware and software solutions you benefit from measurably improved traffic flow, reduced traffic emissions and enhanced road safety.
Cooperative systems using vehicles to infrastructure communication to move beyond traffic.
Integration of information, route planning, booking, reservation, ticketing, and payment across different means of transportation
Dynamic express lane management, enforcement solutions for bus lane and speed enforcement
Software & integration to provide priority on the roadway to bikes and transit vehicles
With digitization, Siemens Mobility is enabling mobility operators worldwide to make infrastructure intelligent, increase value sustainably over the entire lifecycle, enhance passenger experience and guarantee availability.
Integration of high-resolution controller data to identify intersection “hot spots” through data analytics.
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Performance contracting and energy efficient street lighting solutions
The ITS group is a leader in preparing the country’s infrastructure for a system that will be truly Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared (ACES).
Machine-corrective and machine-assisted technologies have moved beyond lane correction, collision detection, and automated parking and toward real autonomous vehicles (AVs). To support development of these technologies, ITS is turning big data into useful information for self-driving vehicles. Our digital twin technology creates a replicated driver’s view for AV computers that provides high-definition maps of lane geometry and traffic signal countdown and road-sign assistance, supplementing the AV technology already onboard.
CV technology is the first step in preparing mobility infrastructure for the safe and efficient integration of AVs onto our roadways. As a leader in CV technology, ITS has worked on the standardization and interoperability that will make large-scale deployment possible. The next level of connectedness – vehicle to everything (V2X) – is just around the corner with our solutions ready to help it succeed.
As a supplier of the industry’s most flexible and versatile charging solution – the VersiCharge line – Siemens Mobility knows what it takes to keep electric vehicles (EVs) running. Through our ITS Digital Lab, we’ve developed a prediction system for drivers looking to recharge, delivering them information on when and where they can reserve charging bays in advance. The ability to plan when they’ll be able to charge their EVs relieves a major anxiety for drivers and another barrier to widespread EV adoption.
We’re helping shared mobility continue its evolution. It has grown from ride hailing to planning a complete commute that includes moving commuters through the critical first and last miles. Our ongoing research and development of new technologies is designed to help cities integrate all modes of transportation services so they can be managed under one umbrella. We’re helping build a future where a city’s diverse fleet of publicly and privately owned buses, trains, car sharing, bike sharing, and ride-hailing services function together for a seamless commute.