As a concept, “mobility” is a trendy, hot-button term. From academia to the corporate sector, considerable thought (and large sums of money) is being invested in researching how people move – within communities, across regions, and around the globe.

But mobility as a reality is not new. From the earliest hunter-gatherers, humans showed a tendency to move from place to place, adapting to suit environments and adapting those surroundings to suit them. Humans are, by nature, mobile creatures. It’s how we got where we are today.

As technology enhanced the quality of life for inhabitants of this planet, so too has it improved and expanded our mobile lives. We can go places faster and more efficiently than ever, be it for work or play. Moreover, mobility no longer necessarily means going some place at all. We can see and speak to people across oceans in milliseconds. We can use machines at our fingertips to control other machines a world away. In many cases we can be mobile in essence without leaving the couch.

For over 150 years, Siemens has been a driving force at the forefront of mobility. They see intelligence as the greatest asset and use it to drive innovation. Through expertise and know-how (software written and developed by those that know the hardware best) Siemens is constantly developing new, intelligent mobility solutions that increase availability of infrastructure, optimize throughput, and improve passenger experience.

Siemens, in short, uses a century and a half of experience to develop mobile technologies that improve lives.

To learn more check out the video below and visit Siemens’ mobility site.

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