como – Facts, Trends and Stories on Integrated Mobility

Paving the way for people and goods around the world and bringing them to their destinations more safely, more profitably and with less environmental impact. That’s why Siemens is shaping and efficiently interconnecting the diverse transportation systems for the long term with integrated mobility solutions. The magazine como shows what Siemens is currently doing in this area.

Edition 14/2015

New intelligence for urban mobility

"Electrification, Automation and digitalization represent big possibilities and big opportunities in virtually every area of life.“
  - Karina Rigby, Vice President Siemens Mobility

Some topics of the current edition:

Say something!

Safety comes first, which is agood reason for cars, trafficsignals and other cooperative systems to start talking to one another.

Efficient mobility – in the smart city of tomorrow

Pressure on urban living is
on the rise, and cities are
constantly facing new challenges.
Which smart strategies can the city employ to reinvent itself – and become truly sustainable?

Sleepless in Riyadh

The world’s largest metro
project: Siemens employees Report.

Smarter parking

Searching for a place to park is a nuisance. But soon you can be notified of free spaces directly in your car.

Cities in transition

Digitalization is the future – aslong as it enhances the Appeal of public transport, says Professor Martin zur Nedden, Scientific Director and Managing
Director of the German Institute for Urban Affairs.

The Poetry of Railway Stations

An ode to the railway station: the Nuremberg-based photographer Christian Höhn traveled five continents and created portraits of literary settings with rail connections.

Digital metro

Urban transport on the path to automatic operation.

Ideas for the future

When young inventors think
about tomorrow, they come up with remarkable solutions.