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Rail Systems Technology in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

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Berlin-Brandenburg booth at InnoTrans 2016 Newly developed underground train for Berlin, called U-Bahn type IK, by Stadler OEMs Bombardier Transportation Siemens, Mobility Division Stadler Pankow Vehicle engineering AnToMe arxes-tolina BahSIG Bahn-Signalbau Fahrzeugwerk Brandenburg Fahrzeugwerke Miraustrasse KB PowerTech Knorr-Bremse PanTrac Photon Laser Manufacturing PROSE Berlin RWS Railway Service SGW Werder TransTech F&E Vetschau Track system | Transport facilities GBM Gleisbaumechanik Spitzke Voestalpine BWG Wirthwein Control technology | IT ASCI Systemhaus GSP Sprachtechnologie ime Elektrotechnik INTERAUTOMATION IVU Traffic Technologies Move & Traffic Controls PSI Transcom RMM RailwayMechanics- Metal Verkehrsautomatisierung Berlin Service providers Deutzer Technische Kohle Ferchau Engineering ICB Ingenieur-Consult Verkehrstechnik IGES Institut Institut für Bahntechnik Leading international location Berlin-Brandenburg is one of the leading locations for railway transport technology; over 100 businesses and scientific institutions with more than 20,000 employees make the capital region one of the most important European centers for research, development and manufacturing. This ranges from the manufacture of vehicles to track construction, through to signalling and rail-related services, all carried out by such industry giants as Siemens, Bombardier, Stadler, Knorr-Bremse, voestalpine BWG and many other small to medium-sized businesses. The industry’s strong position opens up new avenues for suppliers – for example through the development of system capabilities to tier 1 or 2 – and therefore also for the additional creation of value in the region. This makes Berlin-Brandenburg even more attractive to new establishments. Deutsche Bahn brings into focus a variety of core transport functions in the region and is present through commuter trains (S-Bahn), for instance. In addition to the largest German public transport service provider, BVG (Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe), other transport operators »Stadler responds with passion to the demands placed on the mobility of tomorrow. We find customized solutions suited to our customers‘ diverse needs. Whether domestically or internationally – we apply the same level of intensity and attention to detail in tackling the challenge of creating sustainable mobility. With its deep heritage in the field of rail systems technology, the capital region offers an excellent infrastructure of experienced professionals in the supplier sector.« Ulf Braker CEO, Stadler Pankow GmbH »The Berlin-Brandenburg capital region is an important center of expertise for trendsetting mobility solutions of tomorrow. With our global expertise and innovative products as a leading international systems provider of rail technology, Bombardier Transportation has an integral role in shaping the future design of modern mobility concepts in this region.« Rolf Schafferath Region Central / Eastern Europe and CIS (CEE) Bombardier Transportation GmbH are also headquartered in Berlin or Brandenburg, such as Netinera with ODEG (Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn), Abellio, Transdev, Captrain with IGB (Industriebahn-Gesellschaft) and NEB (Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn), BEHALA (Berliner Hafen- und Lagerhausgesellschaft) and HVLE (Havelländische Eisenbahn). With 2,955 exhibitors from 60 countries and 144,470 trade visitors (2016), the world’s leading trade show, InnoTrans, in Berlin is the biggest international trade show for railway technology. Research and innovation Berlin has always been a place for railway pioneers; it was here that the first electric train was put on the tracks. Even today, Berlin-Brandenburg remains a region of innovation: automation, digitization, lightweight construction, energy efficiency and noise reduction are all keywords that best describe the innovation potential of the regional economy and research. Examples of this include the key developments in the Europe-wide harmonization and standardization of train drivers’ cabins (Euro-

An international leader in the research, development and manufacturing of rail transport technology with over 100 businesses and 20,000 employees A unique concentration of all significant players and performance segments – notable operators, mobility providers, vehicle manufacturers and suppliers Near to growing markets in Central and Eastern Europe Germany’s leading location for rail transport technology in research, universities and vocational training Highly skilled specialists Center of political decision-making and the seat of the most important transport federations in Germany Study command and control technology in a hands-on program at the Railway Operation and Experimental Laboratory of TU Berlin Central hub for the flow of traffic and goods in Europe The world’s leading trade show, “InnoTrans” pean Drivers’ Desk) as well as signalling, control and train protection with the European Train Control System (ETCS). All of these contribute to the interoperability of trans-European railway systems and facilitate cross-border rail traffic. Radial-adjusting bogies for lownoise freight wagons developed at TU Berlin are a further example of Berlin-Brandenburg’s innovative railway technology. The dynamic trend of digitization opens up new avenues for rail technology, with the automation of operation, the interlinking with other modes of transport and new models for maintenance and repair all profiting from it. As a center for startups, Berlin offers a foundation of productive cooperation between established regional businesses and dynamic tech companies. Berlin-Brandenburg is an internationally-renowned research location, with TU Berlin, TH Brandenburg and BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg offering everything from basic research, to development assistance, through to extensive capabilities in rail vehicle technology, infrastructure and rail operation. Corporate and scientific players contribute to key European projects whose aims are to develop the railway technology of the future, with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Hecht Chair of Rail Vehicles Technische Universität Berlin »The many interfaces in rail transport require expertise in order to follow good intentions with good results. TU Berlin delivers solutions – from basic innovation to troubleshooting – for reducing noise, boosting energy efficiency, safety issues, increasing reliability, etc.« »As a medium-sized family owned business based in Zeuthen near Berlin, we provide measurement services for operators of railborne transport systems worldwide with our innovative developments. This speaks for the first-class expertise in the capital region!« Manfred Deutzer CEO Deutzer Technische Kohle GmbH systems companies such as Bombardier and Siemens having leading roles in Shift2Rail, the European Rail R&D Initiative. Good integration As one of the growth industries in the capital region, rail systems technology is a core component of the Cluster Transport, Mobility and Logistics cluster, which connects the economy to research and provides contacts to both governments and authorities. Kompetenznetz Rail Berlin-Brandenburg (KNRBB) also plays an important role in this cluster, developing and initiating ambitious and international projects of innovation. The close and productive cooperation with other clusters in the capital region (such as the fields of IT, communications technology, energy technology and photonics) is an important factor in the performance of the regional economy. Furthermore, the cooperation of partner clusters exists in the framework of the European Railway Clusters Initiative (ERCI). The European Rail Research Network of Excellence (EURNEX) based in Berlin brings together the areas of expertise in European rail research. KCW LAT RST Rail System Testing SCI Verkehr Witt IndustrieElektronik ZEDAS Transport operators Abellio BEHALA BLG Rail Logistics BVG Captrain, IGB, NEB Deutsche Bahn, S-Bahn Berlin, DB Regio Nordost Havelländische Eisenbahn LOCON Netinera, ODEG PCC Intermodal Transdev VBB Verkehrsbetrieb Potsdam Research BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Railway Engineering DLR, Institute of Vehicle Concepts Fraunhofer IZM TH BrandenburgRail Management and Marketing – Rail Freight/Seaport Hinterland Transport – Energy Efficiency TH Wildau, Transport Logistics TU Berlin – Track and Railway Operations – Rail Vehicles Associations | Networks Allianz pro Schiene EURNEX IFV Bahntechnik KNRBB MOFAIR Verband der Bahnindustrie in Deutschland

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