Tag «urban mobility»

thyssenkrupp selected to enhance urban mobility in Italy

thyssenkrupp has won tenders for the maintenance of over 500 elevators and escalators in the metro stations of Milan and Naples Each day, over 1.2 million passengers will benefit from better mobility services in these two cities thyssenkrupp celebrates its latest success in urban mobility: the company has won contracts to provide maintenance services for …

Research summit at thyssenkrupp’s elevator test tower: setting the agenda for future innovations in urban mobility

  The Global Research and Development (R&D) summit in Rottweil will bring together over 30 elevator experts from around the world This event continues the close cooperation between thyssenkrupp and the city of Rottweil, IHK Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg and Technology Mountains e.V. Research activities at the elevator test tower were officially launched in December 2016 With the …

Elevator World recognizes thyssenkrupp’s contribution to improving urban mobility in Italy

Award is for thyssenkrupp’s installations at Rome Metro’s Subway Line C Traffic includes 50,000 passengers each day distributed along 30 stations Line C covers 25 km, the longest stretch of urban rail transportation in the country thyssenkrupp has won the “Project of the Year 2016” Award, presented by international magazine Elevator World in the Escalators …

Uber and ItzCash Enter Strategic Partnership to Bring Smarter Urban Mobility to More Indians

4 November 2015: Uber, the on-demand mobility platform that is transforming how commuters move around, today announced a strategic partnership with ItzCash Card Ltd., India’s leading digital payments solution company. The partnership with ItzCash will further allow Uber to expand its customer base by offering “the on-demand urban mobility experience” to the under-served / under-banked …

Innovative technologies in the city of the future: InnoCity developing innovative steel structures and intelligent passenger transportation systems for urban mobility

One of the most striking examples of global change is the trend towards urbanization. According to UN estimates, more than 2.5 billion more people around the world will be living in cities by the year 2050. By 2030, two thirds of the world’s population are expected to be city dwellers. One result of this trend …