Siemens to present connected thinking at Traffex 2017
Siemens, a global leader in traffic management technology, will demonstrate the benefits of “connected thinking” by showcasing integrated solutions for sustainable, safe, clean, connected and efficient transport systems at Traffex 2017.
According to Matthew Vincent, Sales and Marketing Director, in an increasingly data driven and digitalised world, Siemens’ expertise in design, manufacture, installation, maintenance and operations gives a unique perspective on joined up thinking. “We can help define and deliver the most appropriate solutions to our customers’ challenges – today, tomorrow and beyond – and provide real benefits to them, the travelling public and UK society. We will also be unveiling a number of exciting new developments, in particular Plus+, a new generation of traffic control and Sicore II, an all-new class-leading ANPR camera,” he said.
Siemens creates ‘ingenuity for life’ by developing Intelligent Traffic Systems to meet customer challenges and help communities become more livable and desirable by making them safer, more connected, sustainable, efficient and clean. “From traffic control and operation, enforcement solutions and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, we have the vision, expertise and solutions,” concluded Matthew Vincent.
Siemens ITS is a leading international provider of products, systems and solutions that enable people and goods to be transported in an efficient, safe and environmentally friendly manner. Business activities include rolling stock, rail automation, intelligent traffic and transportation systems, and rail electrification. Mobility’s service offerings maximise vehicle and infrastructure availability. The Division’s comprehensive portfolio is further augmented by turnkey project expertise and tailored financing solutions.
Siemens was established in the United Kingdom more than 170 years ago and now employs 15,000 people in the UK. As the world’s largest engineering company, Siemens provides innovative solutions to help tackle the world’s major challenges. Siemens has offices and factories throughout the UK, with its headquarters in Frimley, Surrey
Siemens will be showcasing their Intelligent Traffic Systems at Traffex 2017.