Dave Miller, Principal Systems Engineer at Siemens
is showcasing a range of technologies that are leading the way to seamless mobility, here at the ITS World Congress. The company is a partner for cities across the globe to address the rising demand for efficient, safe, sustainable and integrated transportation infrastructures and intermodal mobility services.
Innovations being featured here have positioned Siemens as a leader in adaptive control, including its new initiative in partnership with Seattle, WA. The city has installed Siemens Concert, an integrated traffic management platform that connects both Siemens and third-party systems across the city, including traffic control centres, intersection controllers, and parking guidance systems.
The systems are already delivering substantial benefits for drivers along the heavily congested Mercer Corridor. The technology has already provided yearly savings per vehicle during peak periods of some 27 hours, 265lbs of CO2 emissions, 10.1 gallons of fuel.
In addition, the Siemens team is also highlighting its advancements in software platforms that are driving growth in advanced traffic management systems, mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), and connected mobility applications including vehicle-to-infrastructure technology.
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