IAA Mobility 2021

Together, we transform the everyday of mobility. #MoveToTransform
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For Transforming the Everyday of Mobility with us during IAA Mobility 2021

We at Siemens believe that people are the core for any transformation in the future. Therefore we put people at the center of our IAA Mobility 2021 campaign #MoveToTransform. Please see below some impressions of how people generated collected energy for a good cause, how our everyday heroes, the Mobility Movers, engaged as 3D-printed statues with visitors and watch the recordings of our IAA Studio sessions.

Meet our Mobility Movers

Eight people. Eight different visions. Our Mobility Movers transform the everyday through their commitment to a more sustainable & inclusive future of mobility.


Learn more about the Mobility Movers and their commitment to a different mobility.

Messe München

Siemens as official Charging Partner of the Blue Lane Road

At IAA Mobility 2021 we committed to provide a charging park for the vehicles of the Blue Lane Road.

Therefore, we set up the largest temporary charging park to date: At the starting point of the Blue Lane Road on the exhibition grounds, our team provided 68 charging points with a total charging power of 3.6 MW in a short time. At the 32 AC charging points (11/22 kW) and 38 DC charging points (90-300 kW), visitors were able to experience live how easily and intuitively eMobility and electric charging already works today.

Siemens IAA Studio

Watch the recordings of our IAA Studio sessions now

Tuesday, September 7, 2021


  • Lynette Jackson, Head of Communications, Siemens Smart Infrastructure
  • Dr. Nari Kahle, book author  „Mobilität in Bewegung“ | CARIAD by Volkswagen Group
  • Christophe Marnat, Vice President, Electronics and Advanced Driver Assist Systems Division at ZF AG
  • Anita Mathieu, Head of Sales & Project Execution - Traffic Management Platform, Yunex Traffic
  • Mirjam Laubenbacher, Strategic Communications Manager & Project Lead IAA Mobility | Siemens AG

Welcome to the Siemens IAA Studio: What can you expect in the upcoming days? We’re going to talk about Siemens’ #MoveToTransform campaign and will get the view of Lynette Jackson and Dr. Nari Kahle on the magic of putting the needs of people at the core of business & product development.   



Matthieu Worm, Director Autonomous Vehicles – Simulation and Test Solutions | Siemens Digital Industries Software


A revolution is transforming the automotive industry. Powerful digital technologies are driving demand for autonomous transport solutions, and they are disrupting existing approaches to car building. All the major players work to adapt to the future reality of cars becoming ‘computers on wheels’. Siemens Digital Industries Software enables this transition with digitalization solutions from Chip to City. In this session, I will explain our approach of closed-loop engineering, bringing continuity throughout the supply chain, from the chip and core electronics, through the system and vehicle, into the city level mobility solutions. A framework that combines collection and processing of real-life sensor data with a physics based digital twin is a prerequisite for future proof engineering processes for autonomous vehicles.




  • Dr.-Ing. Martin Hartmann

How to predict the impact of dedicated environmental lanes on traffic? How much electrical energy would cars consume in if they are all electric? This presentation introduces the Digital Twin of road traffic in Munich and gives insights on simulated traffic flow patterns in the Munich road network.)



  • Dr. Stefan Kneip, Vice President / Partner | Siemens Advanta
  • Dr. Stefan Perras, Head of Connected eMobility | Siemens AG

In the race for decarbonization in automotive the battery-powered electric car appears to be the clear winner. Or is it to early to declare a winning technology? Which roles will hydrogen and e-fuel powertrains play? And how will the picture change when looking at other mobility segments from trucks to trains, and ships to airplanes? What is (still) needed from a regulatory and technological side to scale decarbonization in time to meet climate goals? And what is it going to cost?Join our two Siemens experts for a talk about (E)mobility and new energy technologies. They will provide answers to and demystify some of the most crucial questions around decarbonization.

Wednesday, September 8, 2021



  • Claas Bracklo, Chairman | CharIN e.V.
  • Michael Bucher, Senior Manager Strategy & Internationalization eMobility | EnBW mobility+
  • Dr. Stefan Perras, Head of Connected eMobility | Siemens AG
  • Dr. Christoph Schönwandt, Head of GoGreen & Corporate Projects | DHL Freight GmbH
  • Jan Wohlmuther, Head of Customer System Consulting for Zero Emission Vehicles | Daimler Truck AG

As the electrification of passenger vehicles is progressing at full speed, the next electrification candidate is already waiting: trucks.

With European Union CO2 regulations kicking in from 2025 on, the pressure is rising for OEMs to electrify their fleets.

High hopes are placed on the upcoming global Megawatt Charging System (MCS) standard to charge commercial vehicles at Megawatt speed. How do these charging systems look like, what are the requirements of fleet operators and what does this mean for the energy grid?

Tune in to get hands on experience from industry experts and learn more about the challenges and success factors for truck charging.



  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Bogenberger, Leiter Lehrstuhl für Verkehrstechnik | Technische Universität München
  • Naomi Hinkel, Pressesprecherin | Stadtschüler*innenvertretung München
  • Dr. rer. nat., Dipl.-Psych. Jens Schade, Professor Verkehrspsychologie | Technische Universität Dresden
  • Markus Schlitt, Chief Executive Officer | Yunex Traffic
  • Oswald Utz, Ehrenamtlicher Behindertenbeauftragter der Landeshauptstadt München

Unser Ziel bei Yunex Traffic ist es, unsere Städte durch intelligente Lösungen im Straßenverkehr lebenswerter zu machen. Wir haben deshalb ein offenes Ohr für alle, die hier leben, arbeiten, und täglich unterwegs sind. Heute und vor allem auch morgen. Jenen, für die Mobilität eine größere Herausforderung ist, möchten wir besondere Beachtung schenken. Aus diesem Grund haben wir auch eine Vertreterin der Münchner Stadtschüler*innenvertretung (SSV) und den ehrenamtlichen Behindertenbeauftragten der Stadt München auf unser Podium eingeladen. Durch Beiträge aus der Verkehrspsychologie und der Verkehrswissenschaft wagen wir einen Blick auf verschiedene Zukunftsszenarien und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Menschen. Denn die Lebenswerten Städte von morgen beruhen auf unserem Handeln von heute.



  • Michael Frankenberg, CEO Hacon & Head of Siemens Mobility Intermodal Solutions

Digitalization has changed Mobility vastly over the last years. With the rise of smartphone based apps, many more transportation modes like carsharing, ridesharing or escooters have emerged and now compete with classic public transport and private cars. With that, travelers are facing the challenge to find the optimal modes of transport to get from A to B, with respect to their individual travel preferences, may it be price, time or comfort.

To grant travelers an easy and convenient access to all the available mobility options, it is crucial to connect all the mobility providers to provide integrated Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platforms and apps for travelers to plan, book and pay their journey with one account and via one single interface.



  • Andrés Hernández, Senior Vice President / Senior Partner | Siemens Advanta
  • Dr. Markus Junginger, CTO | Dräxlmaier
  • Dr. Nari Kahle, Author „Mobilität in Bewegung“ | CARIAD by Volkswagen Group
  • Dr. Henning Lategahn, Managing Director | Atlatec GmbH

In the next couple of years we will see autonomous vehicles shaping the #FutureofMobility all across the globe. For this to happen, an ecosystem of mobility providers (OEMs, suppliers, tech/platform companies, etc.) and regulators (governmental institutions, smart cities) will have to cope with plenty of challenges along the way. These challenges will not only focus on technology itself, but also on strategic /organizational, methodological as well as the social and ethical impact of autonomous driving on organizations, regions and individuals. Join our session to master the big loop!


Language: German (English subtitles provided)

Thursday, September 9, 2021



  • Steffen Loose, Account Manager | Siemens Digital Industries Software
  • Jan Witkamp, AR Portfolio Developer | Siemens Digital Industries Software

Porsche will die CAD-Daten des neuen Taycan für die weltweit erste Werkstattlösung mit Augmented Reality (AR) nutzen. So sollen Service und Wartung des ersten vollelektrischen Sportwagens des Unternehmens erleichtert und beschleunigt werden. Ein weiteres Plus für die Werkstatt-Mitarbeiter: Ohne seitenlange Reparaturanleitungen durchforsten zu müssen, macht die Arbeit deutlich mehr Spaß. Lernen Sie die Hintergründe kennen und wie Siemens und Porsche diese Vision gemeinsam in die Realität umsetzen.



  • Jochen Steinbauer, Platform Director H2 Technologies for Regional Trains | Siemens Mobility GmbH

Der Schienenverkehr ist bereits heute eines der aus ökologischen Gesichtspunkten effizientesten Verkehrsmittel. Dennoch sind z.B. in Deutschland noch über 1600 Dieseltriebzüge im Einsatz, die in den nächsten 10-20 Jahren ersetzt werden müssen. Dazu bieten sich mehrere Technologien an, wie etwa Batterie- und Wasserstofftraktion. Besonders die Wasserstofftraktion bietet in Bezug auf die Energiewende einen Mehrwert, denn Energieerzeugung und Verbrauch werden dadurch voneinander entkoppelt, verschiedene Sektoren aber miteinander gekoppelt. So gibt es im Schienenverkehr neue Ansätze, die diesen nicht nur nachhaltiger gestalten, sondern auch einen Beitrag zur Energiewende liefern.



  • Kunal Chandra, Vice President, Shared Autonomous Mobility | Siemens Mobility GmbH

Siemens Mobility is developing next generation infrastructure solutions to accelerate the uptake of autonomous mobility solutions particularly in public transport sector in close partnership with city governments and public transport operators. Integrating state of the art technologies such as AI, deep learning, sensor data fusion, edge computing and cloud computing to develop embedded and cloud-based HW/SW stacks for enabling autonomous driving in public transport that can be commercialized and homologated.



  • Tomas Ohlson, Founding Engineer & Technology Strategy Director | Einride AB
  • Dr. Stefan Perras, Head of Connected eMobility | Siemens AG

On top of the already apparent trend to electrify transport, autonomy will take center stage over the next decade. One of the unanswered questions is, how autonomous vehicles will be charged when there is no driver present? Siemens has developed an autonomous fast charging station and has showcased it together with the fully autonomous truck developed by Einride. In this panel both companies present their autonomous solutions and discuss the future of electric autonomous mobility.

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