Stadler will present world premieres featuring innovative and sustainable drive solutions in rail transport at its large station at InnoTrans in Berlin. As well as unveiling its hydrogen-powered FLIRT H2 multiple unit for American passenger transport, Stadler will be displaying other vehicles including the world record-breaking battery-powered FLIRT train, the EURO9000 model, which is the most powerful hybrid locomotive in Europe, and the next-generation TINA tram. In addition, visitors to Stadler’s exhibition stands will gain a comprehensive insight into the company’s innovative solutions in the fields of rail vehicle construction, service and signalling technology.
Climate change, population growth and digitalisation are shaping the mobility of today and tomorrow. Stadler has always built rail vehicles that focus on reliability, precision, energy efficiency, healthy mobility and first-class service. In combination with its innovative solutions in the fields of signalling, service and digitalisation, Stadler enables rail operators to achieve maximum sustainable mobility from a single source – both now and in the future.
Stadler will be presenting no fewer than seven vehicles featuring sustainable drive solutions at InnoTrans 2022. All seven models will be revealed to the specialist and general public for the first time. The Stadler vehicles, which will be displayed on over 350 metres of track in the open-air grounds, set new benchmarks in terms of energy efficiency, performance and passenger comfort. All the vehicles can be viewed from both inside and out.
In addition to sustainable vehicle concepts, Stadler will be providing a detailed insight into its service and signalling solutions at its exhibition stands in Hall 2.2 (stand 160) and Hall hub27 E02 (stand 750).
For the first time, Stadler will be represented at InnoTrans with a separate exhibition stand (Hall hub27 E02, stand 750) dedicated to its extensive signalling portfolio. This includes solutions in the areas of automatic train operation (ATO), train protection (ETCS), driverless metro trains (CBTC) and railway safety systems. With over 500 employees at several locations in Switzerland and Germany, Stadler develops and delivers tailor-made signalling solutions that enable customers worldwide to run efficient, digital and sustainable rail operations.
|Location:||Messegelände Berlin, Germany|
|Date:||20. bis 23. September 2022|
|Booth.:||160 (Hall 2.2), 750 (Hall hub27 E02)|
|FLIRT H2||T09/40||20.09.2022, 2.00 p.m.|
|FLIRT Akku||T08/40||20.09.2022, 3.30 p.m.|
|TINA||T09/50||21.09.2022, 11.00 a.m.|
|EURO9000||T04/19||21.09.2022, 2.00 p.m.|
|FLIRT (trimodal)||T08/50||22.09.2022, 11.00 a.m.|
|CITYLINK||T10/70||22.09.2022, 11.00 a.m.|
|METRO||T09/60||22.09.2022, 2.00 p.m.|
For more information about Stadler at InnoTrans and details of the vehicles on display, click here.