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Siemens Mobility experts and guests comment on the future of mobility ­– hosted by Sally Eaves.

As a society we need safe, reliable, sustainable and seamless mobility solutions. “Moving beyond” is the brand-new podcast by Siemens Mobility. How do we make sure that people will feel safe again using public transportation amidst the Covid-19 pandemic? How are we going to meet future challenges, particularly with demand set to grow substantially over the next decades? How can we succeed in making transport carbon neutral from door to door, across cities and in between? We will have a closer look at metropolises and how they tackle the challenges ahead.

Join us and our resident host Professor Sally Eaves, an international expert and keynote speaker on emerging and advanced technologies, in a discussion with various experts from around the world about existing mobility technologies and future revolutionary ideas. Now is the time to build the momentum to change mobility.

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7/21/2021

Crossrail - mega project, game changer, partnership paradigm

Season 1, Ep. 3
When it comes to a brand new railway with 41 step-free stations, 42 km of tunnels, and the capacity for 250 million journeys a year – then it is all about Crossrail! This mega project is a true game-changer in public transport and will leave a lasting legacy not just for London, but for sustainable, digitalized, urban rail travel around the world. Twenty years in the making, the Elizabeth line, as it will be known, has only become a reality thanks to partnerships and teamwork on a scale never seen before.In the third episode of “Moving beyond”, our host Sally Eaves is joined by Mark Wild, Crossrail Ltd Chief Executive Officer, and Rob Morris, Siemens Mobility’s Managing Director for Rail Infrastructure in the UK, to reflect on the successes and challenges faced during this ground-breaking projectFollow all participants on LinkedIn:Prof. Sally Eaves: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sally-eaves/Mark Wild: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-wild-32488521/Rob Morris: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-morris-83b3b716/Want to know more about our podcast? Visit https://www.mobility.siemens.com/global/en/insights/mobility-podcast.html or follow Siemens Mobility on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or InstagramWhat other mobility topics would you like us to discuss in our podcast? Leave a comment with your wish at Apple Podcast. Or if you have any questions, please contact us via E-Mail at podcast.mobility@siemens.com.
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Rethinking mobility solutions

Season 1, Ep. 2
The urbanization of the world’s population is happening faster than ever before; by 2050, the number of people living in cities will have grown by 2.5 billion people across the globe. Growing urban centers need smarter and more efficient transportation systems, but how do mobility providers meet this challenge in a sustainable way, when the fight against climate change is at such a critical stage? And how can authorities, technology, infrastructure and vehicle companies work together to create an intelligent mobility system, where a single ticket could cover all forms of transportation from A to Z?In the second episode of “Moving beyond”, host Sally Eaves is joined by BMW Group’s Vice President Sustainability and Mobility, Dr. Thomas Becker, and Michael Peter, Siemens Mobility’s Chief Executive Officer, to discuss the challenges of transforming mobility into a truly sustainable and fully seamless service.Follow all participants on LinkedIn:Prof. Sally Eaves: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sally-eaves/Dr. Thomas Becker: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-becker-83805276/Michael Peter: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmppeter/Want to know more about our podcast? Visit https://www.mobility.siemens.com/global/en/insights/mobility-podcast.htmlor follow Siemens Mobility on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or InstagramWhat other mobility topics would you like us to discuss in our podcast? Leave a comment with your wish atApple Podcast.Or if youhave any questions, please contact us viaE-Mailatpodcast.mobility@siemens.com.