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DialogForum Hall 1.2


Date: 05.11.2019

Venue: Hall 1.2.

Time: 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm

The electrical industry as enabler of mobile change!

With its sensors, actuators and semiconductors, the German electrical industry supplies intelligence to a large number of products. This innovative strength also has an impact on the further development of mobility - both on the railways and on the roads. With the increasing electrification of transport, the question arises as to the effects on grid stability in space - the ZVEI is presenting results from its current study on this subject. And from the point of view of the German electrical industry, where are the sticking points when it comes to sustainably reducing CO2 emissions in transport? What concrete solutions does the industry have to offer?

01.00 – 01.10 - Welcome by Olaf Zinne, ZVEI e.V.

01.10 – 01.40 - J. Brockmeyer, PWC Germany "Presentation of the ZVEI study on the future of the power distribution grid"

01.40 – 02.00 - Gregor Wille, Hager Group "Requirements for a modern building infrastructure to enable clean mobility"

02.00 – 02.20 - S. Lahmann, NOW GmbH "Electromobility: Charging infrastructure in public spaces - state of developments"

02.20 – 02.40 - H. G. Grünjes, Siemens Mobility GmbH "Electrification of freight traffic: overhead line truck solution"

02.40 – 03.00 - F. M. M. Franz, Toyota Motor Europe "Solutions for sustainable mobility"

15.00 – 15.20 -

Stefan von Mach, Bombardier Transportation GmbH "Development and Market Launch of Battery Multiple Units"

NPM Forum

Date: 05.11.2019

Venue: Hall 1.2.

Time: 04:30 pm - 06:00 pm

In the National Platform Future of Mobility, experts from industry, associations and ministries are working together on a vision: climate-friendly and sustainable mobility that remains affordable for all people in Germany. Standardization, certification and type approval enable society, business and politics to jointly formulate framework conditions and ensure compliance with them. In an increasingly complex and networked world, sustainable innovations can emerge to make this vision a reality. The panel discussion will examine the significance and the resulting opportunities of standardization, certification and type approval for the future of mobility: The focus will be on reducing emissions in order to achieve climate targets, on networking and redesigning urban and rural living spaces, and on economic potential in a wide variety of sectors.

04:30 - 04:45 - Welcome and presentation of the National Platform Future of Mobility by Roland Bent, Chairman AG 6 (Phoenix Contact)

04:45 - 06:00 - panel discussion

Speakers' Corner Hall 2.2

12:30 pm - 01:30 pm Kiepe Electric - Dr. Marcel Manheller

03:30 pm - 04:00 pm FELE, York Scooter - Mr. Domenik Neyer

05:30 pm - 06:00 pm EV Experts s.o. - Daniel Václavek

DialogForum Hall 1.2

Date: 06 .11.2019
Venue: Halle 1.2
Time: 02.00 pm -04.00 pm

Rail 4.0 - Innovations within the Railway Industry for more Climate Protection and more Customer Quality

The transport sector faces significant challenges: global warming, traffic gridlock in big cities, fine dust pollution. Mobility must become cleaner. Rail 4.0 – the digitalisation of rail transport and alternative drives – plays a key role here. Rail 4.0 paves the way for sustainable mobility in the future. Intelligent infrastructure, automated driving, customer-friendly information, cybersecurity, entertainment, design, predictive maintenance, intermodal and silent logistics – all this can only succeed through innovations in the railway industry.
How do we approach the vision of zero emissions and zero accidents? How will the travel experience be even better? What do intelligent mobility concepts for growing megacities look like? – The railway industry in Germany provides solutions. This is our mission. Rail 4.0 made in Germany revolutionises mobility. Join us already today on a fascinating journey into the mobility of tomorrow, when on Wednesday leading global companies present innovations for more climate protection and more customer quality.

02:00 pm - Prof. Dr. Corinna Salander (Professorin für Schienenfahrzeugtechnik) "impulse lecture"

02:25 pm - Dr. Bertram Langhanki ( Leiter Sales Power Tech Knorr-Bremse Powertech GmbH ) "Smaller and lighter: the new generation of SiC auxiliary power converters."

02:40 pm - Christian Wallner (Head of Train Control Thales Deutschland) "Passenger Traffic 4.0: The Intelligent Train"

02:55 pm - Peter Bunzeck (Sales and Project Management Kiepe Electric GmbH) "Regional Transport 4.0: Alternative Drives for NE Railways and Regional Transport"

03:10 pm - Andreas Jonas (Chief Sales & Marketing Engineer Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.) "Communication 4.0: Intelligent, situational and intermodal - the future of passenger guidance and needs-based maintenance"

03:25 pm - Andreas Langenhan (Vertriebsleiter INTERAUTOMATION Deutschland GmbH) "Passenger Information 4.0.
Intelligent real-time data generation and processing for operational control and passenger information".

15:40 Uhr panel discussion - Moderation: Pauline Maître, Head of VDB Communication

Procurement Center Hall 2.2

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Women in Mobility - Mrs Ilma Bojadzic

12:30 pm - 01:30 pm DB Netz AG - Dr. Hundertmark

02:00 pm - 03:00 pm Siemens Mobility GmbH - Mr. Rainer Straub

Speakers' Corner Hall 2.2

11:00 am - 12:00 am Mitsubishi - Panel Discussion

02:00 pm - 03:00 pm AAI - Mrs. Isabel Metz

03:30 pm - 04:30 pm HANCES - Max Neusser, GauravPandey

DialogForum hall 1.2


Date: 07 .11.2019
Location: Hall 1.2
Time: 02.00 pm -03.30 pm

Connected Mobility and Climate Protection - Why Digitalization Makes Traffic Better

Digital networking is making its way into the transport sector on a broad front. This can also help protect the climate. Germany must drastically reduce its CO2 emissions by 2030. The contribution of transport is in demand. The task is therefore: networking and automation must make transport more sustainable, more efficient and even safer. What new technologies and services are available for this purpose? How can mobility be optimally organized with digital tools? How do users benefit from this? What does digitalisation bring for the climate? What framework conditions are needed for this?

Dr. Heike van Hoorn, Managing Director, German Transport Forum (DVF)

panel discussion

Martin Anke, Vice President Sales & Marketing | RIO - The Logistics Flow, TRATON GROUP
Sven Lerche, Business Development Manager New Mobility, Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG
Michael Leyendecker, Director Capital Office Berlin/ Potsdam Branch Office, VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH
Anke Schäffner, Head of Politics & Interest Representation, Zweirad-Industrie-Verband e.V. (ZIV)
Anatoliy Reinhardt, Director DACH Aftermarket Division, Mobileye Germany GmbH
Moderation: Dr. Hendrik Wieduwilt, business correspondent F.A.Z.


Procurement Center Hall 2.2

09:00 am - 10:00 am Admission East Committee (Preparations) - Helena Rosengrün

10:00 am - 01:00 pm Working breakfast Russia - "What to do? Recommendations for German SMEs".

Russia's economy has consolidated again and the market offers German - medium-sized - companies numerous opportunities. Partners and expertise are particularly in demand in the electronics and IT sectors. The event therefore offers insights into the Russian market, provides answers to legal, compliance and financing questions and also on how to deal with sanctions. There will also be a unique opportunity to exchange views with specialists experienced in Russia.


Picture Martin Anker

Martin Anke

RIO - The Logistics Flow



Peter Bunzeck

Kiepe Electric GmbH


J. Brockmeyer

PWV Germany


Ferry M. M. Franz



H. G. Grünjes

Siemens Mobility GmbH

Picture Heike van Horn

Dr. Heike van Hoorn

Deutsches Verkehrsforum


Dr. Annika Hundertmark

DB Netz AG


Andreas Jonas

Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.


S. Lahmann



Andreas Langenhan


Picture Sven Lerche

Sven Lerche

eiSos GmbH & Co. KG

Picture Leyendecker

Michael Leyendecker

VITROBNIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH


Dr. Bertram Langhanki

Knorr-Bremse Powertech GmbH

Bild Stefan von Mach

Stefan von Mach

Bombardier Transportation GmbH


Pauline Maître



Dr. Marcel Manheller

Kiepe Electric

Picture Isabel Metz

lsabel Metz

Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AAI) GmbH


Max Neusser


Picture Domenik Neyer

Dominik Neyer

FELE, York Scooter


Gaurav Pandey



Anatoliy Reinhardt

Mobileye Germany GmbH


Helena Rosengrün



Prof. Dr. Corinna Salender

Universität Stuttgart

Picture Anke Schäffner

Anke Schäffner

Zweirad-Industrie-Verband e.V.

Picture Mr. Stoppok

Christoph Stoppok



Christian Wallner

Thales Deutschland GmbH

Picture of Hendrick Wieduwilt

Dr. Hendrik Wieduwilt

Business correspondent F.A.Z.

Picture Gregor Wille

Gregor Wille

Hager Group

Picture EV Expert

Daniel Václavek

EV Expert s.o.

Picture Reiner Straub

Reiner Straub

Siemens Mobility GmbH

Olaf Zinne

Olaf Zinne