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Lapland Offline - This is a holiday where you have full focus to yourself, nature and wellbeing. No Phone. No Laptop. No iPad. (Only camera allowed.)

Lapland Offline - This is a holiday where you have full focus to yourself, nature and wellbeing. No Phone. No Laptop. No iPad. (Only camera allowed.)

Mark Zuckerberg vs King Philippe IV

Mark Zuckerberg vs King Philippe IV

Urban Mobility: Bosporus Tunnel. The Marmaray rail tunnel reduces traffic on Istanbul's bridges. Commuters can travel from Europe to Asia in as little as five minutes. For 160 years politicians have dreamed of building a tunnel under the Bosporus Strait, but the difficulties were daunting. Engineers have now found the solution. Today, about a million people commute daily through the Marmaray tunnel.

Urban Mobility: Bosporus Tunnel. The Marmaray rail tunnel reduces traffic on Istanbul's bridges. Commuters can travel from Europe to Asia in as little as five minutes. For 160 years politicians have dreamed of building a tunnel under the Bosporus Strait, but the difficulties were daunting. Engineers have now found the solution. Today, about a million people commute daily through the Marmaray tunnel.

Ericsson drives car connectivity with Volvo and AT&T

Ericsson drives car connectivity with Volvo and AT&T

Updating London's Tube. Some 150 years old and still going strong: London’s Underground is steadily improving. The world’s first subway began operating a bit more than 150 years ago in London. Today it transports over 1.2 billion people a year and is stretched to the limit. Siemens technology is helping to get the most out of it.

Updating London's Tube. Some 150 years old and still going strong: London’s Underground is steadily improving. The world’s first subway began operating a bit more than 150 years ago in London. Today it transports over 1.2 billion people a year and is stretched to the limit. Siemens technology is helping to get the most out of it.

A lot of people in society make mistakes and end up on the wrong side of the law. Normally the people that do are the ones that don’t have a lot at stake …

A lot of people in society make mistakes and end up on the wrong side of the law. Normally the people that do are the ones that don’t have a lot at stake …

Connecting distant villages in the Alps

Connecting distant villages in the Alps

Glowing Lines - The lining works on the basis of light-emitting pigments which absorb UV light during the day and release it at night. The lining can receive a tiny amount of power, for example from a solar panel, which maintains the intensity and lighting duration of the lines irrespective of the weather and season, or of the quantity of (sun)light and the length of the associated day or night.

Glowing Lines - The lining works on the basis of light-emitting pigments which absorb UV light during the day and release it at night. The lining can receive a tiny amount of power, for example from a solar panel, which maintains the intensity and lighting duration of the lines irrespective of the weather and season, or of the quantity of (sun)light and the length of the associated day or night.

Sitting around in your apartment, have you ever thought to yourself that it's too pricey, especially for what you get out of it? You're sharing a bathroom …

Sitting around in your apartment, have you ever thought to yourself that it's too pricey, especially for what you get out of it? You're sharing a bathroom …

Electric Mobility: Electric Buses in Vienna. Europe’s first fleet of electric buses is now operating emission-free in Vienna, Austria. Siemens is accelerating the pace of the energy transition in Austria’s public transport sector with two projects. One involves Europe’s first fleet of mass-produced, quick-charge, fully electric buses. The second is a joint venture that will make electricity an appealing alternative to gasoline for vehicle owners.

Electric Mobility: Electric Buses in Vienna. Europe’s first fleet of electric buses is now operating emission-free in Vienna, Austria. Siemens is accelerating the pace of the energy transition in Austria’s public transport sector with two projects. One involves Europe’s first fleet of mass-produced, quick-charge, fully electric buses. The second is a joint venture that will make electricity an appealing alternative to gasoline for vehicle owners.

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