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  • HVDC back-to-back converter station
    Apr 23, 2019

    A view of the alternating current yard at the HVDC back-to-back converter station in Georgia. All over the globe HVDC back-to-back systems link neighboring asynchronous power grids and can be used for controlled power transfer between these independent networks.

  • Arja Talakar named CEO of Siemens Oil & Gas
    Apr 16, 2019

    Arja Talakar has been appointed CEO of Siemens Oil & Gas, effective April 1, 2019. He will be based in Houston, Texas, the global headquarters for Oil & Gas and its parent operating company, Siemens Gas and Power.

  • Siemens to supply reciprocating compressors for steam methane reformer
    Apr 11, 2019

    Typical Dresser-Rand® HHE-VL reciprocating compressor installation utilizing an engine-type synchronous motor similar to the configuration of the three units that will be installed at the new steam methane reformer (SMR) in Texas.

  • Siemens Mobility is testing new S-Bahn for Berlin at the Test and Validation Center (PCW) in Wegberg-Wildenrath
    Apr 11, 2019

    The new S-Bahn trains for Berlin must complete approx. 160,000 kilometers of extensive tests and measurements. The first five trains have been making their rounds at the Test and Validation Center (PCW) of Siemens Mobility in Wegberg-Wildenrath (North Rhine-Westphalia) since last fall. Virtually all types of trains and rail vehicles operating on standard-gauge and meter-gauge tracks as well as systems and components can be subjected to typical railway tests at the PCW. Before being allowed to undertake their first test runs on the Berlin S-Bahn network, the trains are being thoroughly tested at the world’s largest test center for rail vehicles.

  • Siemens Mobility is testing new S-Bahn for Berlin at the Test and Validation Center (PCW) in Wegberg-Wildenrath
    Apr 11, 2019

    Tests are conducted on the functioning and interaction of the current collectors with the Berlin S-Bahn power rail, the accurate detection of power rail gaps, and the capability to maintain electrical system operation while crossing section interfaces in the Berlin infrastructure. So far, the new trains for the Berlin S-Bahn have completed around 2,000 test kilometers out of a planned total of roughly 160,000. The PCW makes it possible to carry out tests 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • Siemens Mobility is testing new S-Bahn for Berlin at the Test and Validation Center (PCW) in Wegberg-Wildenrath
    Apr 11, 2019

    The rounds on the test ring of Siemens Mobility are another important milestone after each system has been activated step-by-step. Trains, rolling stock and systems are tested under real-life conditions or simulated extreme conditions, with static or dynamic tests. After completing the developer tests, it is expected that the proof and driving technology type tests can begin on special sections of the Berlin S-Bahn network in the late summer of 2019. Parallel to these proof tests of individual trains in the Berlin network, the S-Bahn trains will continue making their test rounds at the PCW to confirm that all specified functions and requirements for certification have been fulfilled.

  • Siemens Mobility is testing new S-Bahn for Berlin at the Test and Validation Center (PCW) in Wegberg-Wildenrath
    Apr 11, 2019

    The Berlin public expects S-Bahn trains that operate smoothly from day one. To ensure this, the new trains will be tested intensively over a period of two years. With our state-of-the-art infrastructure, our highly qualified experts and the innovative testing services provided in our Testing and Validation Center, we are making a decisive contribution toward ensuring such service. Since the Test and Validation Center is certified and accredited by independent bodies for its testing procedures, the results of the tests can be used for regulatory approval.

  • New actuators for lighting and sun protection from Siemens
    Apr 10, 2019

    Siemens Smart Infrastructure is expanding its Gamma instabus KNX-based product line with new switch actuators with load current detection, new switching/dimming actuators and new sun protection actuators. The new actuators are designed for residential and commercial buildings and provide reliable switching and monitoring of loads, switching and dimming of fluorescent lamps via 1 to 10 Volt control outputs, and control of alternating current motors for sunshades and ventilation valves.

  • Siemens selected to deploy, operate and maintain cogeneration plant in Brazil
    Apr 09, 2019

    The two SGT-600 turbines for this project will feature third-generation dry low emissions (DLE) technology and run on residue gas with high concentrations of hydrogen.

  • Safer and more efficient: Catania Airport is updated with integrated building automation by Siemens
    Apr 08, 2019

    The Sicilian airport of Catania made the decision to entrust Siemens with its integrated building automation project, intended to increase security levels and monitor overall energy consumption at the hub.

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  • Siemens secures major order for integrated LNG-to-Power project in Brazil
    Apr 03, 2019

    An aerial view of GNA area in the Port of Açu.

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  • Siemens secures major order for integrated LNG-to-Power project in Brazil
    Apr 03, 2019

    The picture shows a model of the new combined cycle power plant GNA 1 in the Port of Açu in Brasil

  • Expanded alarm device portfolio
    Apr 03, 2019

    Siemens Smart Infrastructure has launched new ceiling- and wall-mounted alarm devices. The expanded portfolio includes both acoustic and optical alarm devices in accordance with European Standards EN 54-3 / EN 54-23 and EN 54-17.

  • Siemens signs first long-term services agreement for H-class gas turbine in UAE
    Apr 02, 2019

    Emirates Global Aluminum (EGA), the world's largest 'premium aluminum' producer, and Siemens announced the first power services agreement for an H-class gas turbine in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). With the new 20-year service agreement, Siemens will provide maintenance and repairs as well as onsite personnel support for the gas turbine and its generator at the planned over 600-megawatt (MW) combined cycle project feeding EGA's Jebel Ali power plant in Dubai.

  • Siemens and EDAG cooperate in projects for the industrial application of additive manufacturing
    Apr 02, 2019

    Dr. Martin Hillebrecht, Head of Innovation EDAG Engineering Group, Rainer Wittich, CEO EDAG Production Solutions meet Dr. Wolfgang Heuring, CEO Business Unit Motion Control at Siemens and Dr. Karsten Heuser, VP Additive Manufacturing at Siemens (from left) at the Siemens EDAG "NextGenSpaceframe 2.0" Automotive use case.

  • Siemens and EDAG cooperate in projects for the industrial application of additive manufacturing
    Apr 02, 2019

    Siemens is intensifying its cooperation with the EDAG Group as a leading global independent engineering company for the automotive industry, in order to further promote industrial applications of additive manufacturing (AM) and to make engineering and production processes more efficient.

  • Main assets of substation are connective
    Apr 02, 2019

    With the combination of the digitally connected Sensformer transformers and the new Sensgear all substation transmission assets are now fully connective. All devices are connected via a smart and robust Internet of Things (IoT) gateway that securely transmits the required information to a cloud-based storage and visualization platform.

  • Roland Busch
    Apr 01, 2019

    Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Corporate Development, next47, Siemens Mobility GmbH

  • Roland Busch
    Apr 01, 2019

    Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Corporate Development, next47, Siemens Mobility GmbH

  • Roland Busch
    Apr 01, 2019

    Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Corporate Development, next47, Siemens Mobility GmbH

  • Roland Busch
    Apr 01, 2019

    Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Corporate Development, next47, Siemens Mobility GmbH

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