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Designing the future - revolutionizing passenger experience

Season 1, Ep. 4

What makes a perfect train journey? Contactless ticketing? Better seats? Great internet access? The passenger experience is central to every modern railway’s success, and improving it is one of the key questions governing the train designs of the future. So how do we do this, both for work and leisure, while also improving accessibility and sustainability?


In the fourth episode of “Moving beyond”, our host Sally Eaves is joined by Tom Kutscher, Siemens Mobility Vice President of Sales and Bids for High Speed and Intercity Trains, and Christiane Bausback, N+P Industrial Design Managing Director and Head of Design, to share the strategies helping to shape the passenger experience of the future.   



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Prof. Sally Eaves: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sally-eaves/ 

Christiane Bausback: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiane-bausback-84b735a/  

Tom Kutscher: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-kutscher/  



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