New exhibition at the Crystal – "Going underground: Our journey to the future"

The full-size mock up of a brand new concept metro train has been designed to set new standards in its class and address the diverse demands of public transportation needs within cities. The 'Inspiro' is 30% more energy efficient and 20% lighter than similar modern metro trains, with a light and open, fully air-conditioned interior and wider doors and gangways.<br>

At the heart of the exhibition is a full-size mock up of a brand new concept metro train – the Siemens Inspiro.

A mix of interactive exhibits on display – housed in a temporary 'station' building – will focus on technologies to help travellers find their way more easily, electronic ticketing developments, passenger information systems and station management solutions.

Going Underground is free to enter and will be open for a three month period. It will be located on the site of The Crystal in Royal Victoria Docks, the world's largest exhibition of solutions dedicated to sustainable cities.

Contact

Ms. Uta Apel
Infrastructure & Cities Sector
Tel: +49 (89) 636-31809
uta.apel​@siemens.com

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Dr. Norbert Aschenbrenner Siemens PhotoNews

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