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Jun 04, 2024, 9:00 AM GMT+2 – Jun 05, 2024, 6:00 PM GMT+2
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Daniel barrels

Bartholet Maschinenbau AG

Prof. Dr. Harry Wagner studied industrial engineering at the TU Darmstadt. In 2006 he received his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart. Harry Wagner worked in consulting and industry in various management positions in Germany, the USA and Japan from 2001 to 2014. In 2014 he was appointed to the Technical University of Ingolstadt (THI) and has since been Professor of Automotive & Mobility Management with a research focus on “Mobility of the Future”. The focus is on intermodal, innovative and sustainable mobility concepts. In the context of various teaching and research activities, cable cars as part of a public local public transport system are again and again the focus of his work. In addition to his professorship, Mr. Wagner is also co-founder and managing director of FMS Future Mobility Solutions GmbH. FMS GmbH deals with future mobility issues such as digitization, highly automated driving and innovative mobility concepts.

Day 2 | Greetings | 10: 00-10: 10 a.m. 
Thomas Kufen, Mayor of the City of Essen
Tamara Zieschang Federal Ministry of Transport

Dr. Tamara Zieschang

State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure

Prof. Dr. Harry Wagner studied industrial engineering at the TU Darmstadt. In 2006 he received his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart. Harry Wagner worked in consulting and industry in various management positions in Germany, the USA and Japan from 2001 to 2014. In 2014 he was appointed to the Technical University of Ingolstadt (THI) and has since been Professor of Automotive & Mobility Management with a research focus on “Mobility of the Future”. The focus is on intermodal, innovative and sustainable mobility concepts. In the context of various teaching and research activities, cable cars as part of a public local public transport system are again and again the focus of his work. In addition to his professorship, Mr. Wagner is also co-founder and managing director of FMS Future Mobility Solutions GmbH. FMS GmbH deals with future mobility issues such as digitization, highly automated driving and innovative mobility concepts.

Day 1 | Greetings | 10: 10-10: 20 a.m. 

Mathias Gastel

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 1 | Lecture 1.1 | 11: 00-11: 20 a.m. 
Joachim Hofmann-Göttig, mayor of Koblenz
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Cable Car World

home of new urban mobility

21-22 June 2022
Messe Essen | Hall 8

Patron: Sts. Hartmut Höppner, BMDV

congress

The Cable Car Congress is the integrated trade congress at Cable Car World. The focus is on cable cars in the context of new urban mobility.

fair

Cable Car World is the first trade fair to focus on urban cable cars as an equal component of the new urban mobility. The congress is integrated.

network

The Cable Car Network is a network platform for knowledge transfer on the topic of urban cable cars and their possible applications.

Stefan Tritschler

Associate partner at Drees & Sommer

Sebastian Beck studied infrastructure management at the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences. At the beginning of 2010 he started as a project manager for the infrastructure experts at Drees & Sommer with a focus on development, rail infrastructure, energy and ropeway projects. He has been responsible for the infrastructure in Baden-Württemberg since 2016 and was appointed Associate Partner in July 2021. In addition, Sebastian Beck passes on his knowledge in the field of construction and real estate management as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart in the infrastructure management course.

Day 1 | Lecture 1.3 | 11: 40-12: 00 a.m. 
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Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 1 | Panel 2 | 4: 20-5: 00 pm 

Mr. X

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 2 | Panel 3 | 11: 50-12: 15 a.m. 
Joachim Hofmann-Göttig, mayor of Koblenz
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Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 1 | Panel 2 | 4: 20-5: 00 pm 
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Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 1 | Panel 2 | 4: 20-5: 00 pm 
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Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 1 | Panel 2 | 4: 20-5: 00 pm 
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Matthias Gastel [requested]

Member of the Bundestag, parliamentary group Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen

Training as a wholesale and foreign trade merchant, training as a geriatric care assistant; Degree in social education (FH), degree in business administration (FH). Wholesale and foreign trade sales clerks; ten years as a social pedagogue in youth welfare, 2006/12 self-employed with a temporary employment and recruitment company for skilled workers in the social field, 2012 handover of the company. Work as a business mediator, practical instructor in the training of educators. Member of the GRÜNEN since 1989, member of the local executive committee of the GRÜNEN in Filderstadt in 1990, co-founding of the Green Youth (then GAJ) Baden-Württemberg in 1990, member of the state executive for three years, 1991 district executive of the GRÜNEN. 1994/2014 city council in Filderstadt, 2009/13 parliamentary group chairman, 1999/2014 member of the district council. - Member of the Bundestag since October 2013; previously spokesman for rail policy of the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen parliamentary group.

Day 1 | Lecture 1.1 | 11:00-11:20 a.m. 
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Dr. Meike Niedbal

Head, DB Station & Service AG

Dr. Meike Niedbal heads product and portfolio management at DB Station & Service AG. At the same time, as the head of Smart City | DB new and sustainable usage concepts for train stations related to mobility, logistics and quality of stay. To the product portfolio of Smart City | DB includes new everyday services such as Smart Locker, options for mobile work at the train station, attractive forecourt design including sharing areas for subsequent mobility or micro-hubs in city logistics. The various offers complement the existing infrastructure and make train stations and their surroundings more livable. Previously, Dr. Meike Niedbal already holds various positions at Deutsche Bahn. As an expert in sustainable innovations, she has been responsible for projects in the areas of e-mobility, autonomous driving and rural mobility, among other things.

Day 1 | Panel II | 4:30-5:00 p.m. 
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Prof. Peter Stevens

Industrial designer, Peter Stevens Design

Peter Stevens is well known as the designer of the McLaren F1 road car which marked a large shift in high performance car design in the 1990s. It remains influential and acclaimed.
Peter has specialised in the design of many high-performance vehicles, including the MG X-Power SV, MG TF, Jaguar XJR-15, Subaru World Rally Championship-winning car, Lotus Esprit MkII and Elan SE. His focus is on creating visually pleasing, light, safe, energy efficient vehicles, basing the design process around aerodynamics and the development of innovative processes and materials.
Peter Stevens Design, Peter's consultancy, works closely with Hili Manz Engineering, based in Switzerland. They are currently involved in design and consultancy for a variety cable car and funicular railway projects, and energy efficient public transportation solutions.

Day 1 | Lecture 1.10 | 4:20-4:40 p.m.
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Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig

Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz, ret

Prof. Dr. Joachim Hofmann-Göttig is a qualified pedagogue and has a doctorate in educational sciences at the University of Marburg and has taught political science as an honorary professor at the universities of Gießen and Koblenz / Landau. After 16 years of federal politics, as State Secretary for Culture in Rhineland-Palatinate, he was able to negotiate the compromise between the state preservation of monuments and BuGa planners in Koblenz regarding the construction of an urban cable car. As Lord Mayor of the City of Koblenz and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BuGa-GmbH, he was committed to the permanent maintenance of the Koblenz cable car. In retirement since 2018, he has been involved in Germany and other European countries as an “ambassador” for the Koblenz cable car. He saw the experience in Koblenz as an encouragement to see cable cars as an element of modern, safe, ecologically sustainable urban mobility. He has also brought this experience (since 2019) as a member of the “Urban Cable Cars Working Group” at the Federal Ministry of Transport and lectures at home and abroad on the opportunities of urban cable cars.

Day 1 | Panel 2 | 4: 20-5: 00 pm 
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