Alstom to Showcase Sustainable Mobility Leadership
Alstom, under the umbrella of its brand identity, Mobility by Nature, will present its latest innovations and digital solutions that enable sustainable mobility for customers and greener transport choices for passengers at the world’s largest railway trade fair.
In Berlin, Alstom will present products and solutions from its strengthened portfolio and demonstrate some of the best advanced technological know-how and digital expertise in the rail industry.
With the broadest and most innovative portfolio of green solutions in the industry, Alstom is focused on decarbonising mobility. Green traction solutions, including Alstom’s latest fuel cell technology, hydrogen, battery pack, and fuel cell solutions for new trains, as well as green re-tractioning options for existing fleets, will be a highlight.
As a pioneer in hydrogen-powered trains, Alstom is building the foundation for the future industry. Coradia iLint, the first passenger train in the world powered by hydrogen and now in commercial service in Germany, will be running from Berlin-Spandau to Berlin-Ostbahnhof twice per day. Alstom guests and special partners will have the opportunity to experience a ride on it.
The digitalisation of rail is the backbone of sustainable mobility and excellent service, making this an important topic for this year’s InnoTrans display. Also presented on the booth, Alstom’s Automatic Train Operation (ATO), European Train Control System (ETCS), and cybersecurity technologies empower operators by optimising real-time performance in signalling and multimodality and improve the travelling experience for passengers by offering security, connectivity, and fluidity, motivating greener transport choices. For services, Alstom’s advanced maintenance data solutions, including HealthHub and dynamic maintenance planning, ensure that rolling stock fleets keep moving.
In the outdoor display, Alstom’s rolling stock exhibits will include the Coradia Stream high-capacity double-deck regional train and the Traxx locomotive with the last mile option and equipped with the European Train Control System (ETCS).