Climate change is leading to massive challenges in Germany and the EU and is the ultimate opponent that we all have to face. We in the freight transport division of Deutsche Bahn have set ourselves the goal of transferring at least 70% of transport performance from road to rail in order to make the greatest contribution to CO2 savings. With the asset digitalization and automation of DB Cargo, we have created a roadmap to achieve this goals by 2030.
Marco Dillenburg joined DB Systel in 2019 and advises on a wide range of digitalisation projects in the DB Group as an expert for enterprise architecture and IT strategy. He heads the Enterprise Architecture Management Competence Area and supports the further development of methods and tools in strategic IT consulting. In his 20-year professional career, he has worked as a software developer, software architect and enterprise architect for Deutsche Bahn, Daimler, IBM and the Stuttgart tramway.
With 20 years experience in information technology and a diploma in computer science Alaeddin Gedik has worked in multiple roles in his career. He worked as full stack developer in multiple companies, as lead software developer and architect he helped digitalization of the banking industry and for the last 8 years he works as Enterprise Architect for Deutsche Bahn. “On my business card, I am an Enterprise Architect. In my mind, I am a Software developer. But in my heart, I am a Gamer.”
Ulrich Müller studied physics and pursued an academic career for quite some time before he made the switch to management consulting. In his 6-year stint as consultant he helped companies like foundries, automotive suppliers or shipyards to optimize structures, processes and products. In 2019 he joined DB Cargo as senior project leader and since 2020 he is head of PMO for the strategic transformation program ‘Strong Cargo’.
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