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  • Christmas gift campaign of the Siemens junior staff circle at the Munich food bank (German: "Münchner Tafel")
    Dec 21, 2017

    The Team of the junior staff circle at the fundraiser at the Munich market hall.

    In the picture (from left to right): Tobias Lamm, Hannelore Kiehte, Karl Blaim, Lenka Rotter, Pirmin Huber and René Schulze

  • Gifts for helpless children
    Dec 21, 2017

    At the Christmas gift campaign from Siemens, packages will be donated to helpless children from munich. Each Children got a present which was packed and donated from the Siemens employees.

  • High-precision Swiss grinding and finishing center uses Siemens technology
    Dec 20, 2017

    The company Crevoisier SA & Techniques Électroniques Moutier Sàrl (Crevoisier) is among Switzerland’s best-known machine building companies. With its C440 grinding and finishing center, the company has developed a plant capable of performing ultra-precise grinding, satin finishing, milling, drilling, engraving, turning and fine grinding of even the hardest materials such as ceramic or sapphire. A Sinumerik 840D and other Siemens components are used for control and automation of the C440.

    Equipped with up to seven axes, the machine tool is capable of machining hard materials such as sapphire and ceramic to a level of precision equivalent to that demanded by the nuclear industry.

  • High-precision Swiss grinding and finishing center uses Siemens technology
    Dec 20, 2017

    The company Crevoisier SA & Techniques Électroniques Moutier Sàrl (Crevoisier) is among Switzerland’s best-known machine building companies. With its C440 grinding and finishing center, the company has developed a plant capable of performing ultra-precise grinding, satin finishing, milling, drilling, engraving, turning and fine grinding of even the hardest materials such as ceramic or sapphire. A Sinumerik 840D and other Siemens components are used for control and automation of the C440.

  • High-precision Swiss grinding and finishing center uses Siemens technology
    Dec 20, 2017

    The company Crevoisier SA & Techniques Électroniques Moutier Sàrl (Crevoisier) is among Switzerland’s best-known machine building companies. With its C440 grinding and finishing center, the company has developed a plant capable of performing ultra-precise grinding, satin finishing, milling, drilling, engraving, turning and fine grinding of even the hardest materials such as ceramic or sapphire. A Sinumerik 840D and other Siemens components are used for control and automation of the C440.

    Handling is made tangibly simpler by the Touch Panel, which allows direct operation and programming go the machine.

  • High-precision Swiss grinding and finishing center uses Siemens technology
    Dec 20, 2017

    The company Crevoisier SA & Techniques Électroniques Moutier Sàrl (Crevoisier) is among Switzerland’s best-known machine building companies. With its C440 grinding and finishing center, the company has developed a plant capable of performing ultra-precise grinding, satin finishing, milling, drilling, engraving, turning and fine grinding of even the hardest materials such as ceramic or sapphire. A Sinumerik 840D and other Siemens components are used for control and automation of the C440.

    The C440, a modular, ergonomic and polyvalent grinding and finishing center, uses Sinumerik 840D from Siemens to enable direct programming, precision adjustment and modification of the computer-developed cycle (SFP).

  • Siemens invests in LO3 Energy and strengthens existing partnership
    Dec 20, 2017

    Siemens will further support LO3 with its experience in grid management, data analytics and complementary technology portfolio facilitating the integration of blockchain into state-of-the-art power grids. “Siemens commitment to transactive energy on the blockchain is a vote of confidence for our approach to developing microgrid communities and grid-edge services across the globe,” said Lawrence Orsini, CEO of LO3 Energy.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer Siemens AG: "We're expanding our lead in industrial digitalization."

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    "Scaling up solutions and expanding business even further," said Roland Busch, Chief Technology Officer and Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer Siemens AG and Roland Busch, Chief Technology Officer and Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG: Siemens is gaining further momentum in digitalization and is the first company worldwide to set up 20 centers for digital customer applications in the industrial sector. Each of these MindSphere Application Centers for digital offerings from Siemens spans multiple locations in different countries and specializes in a particular industry in which Siemens is active.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Jan Mrosik, CEO of Digital Factory Division, Siemens AG, talked with several customers about using MindSphere.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Jan Mrosik, CEO of Digital Factory Division, Siemens AG, talked with several customers about using MindSphere.

    In the picture (from left): Jan Mrosik, CEO of Digital Factory Division, Siemens AG; Hagen Gehringer, Managing Director, Bausch+Ströbel; John-Paul O'Meara, Vice President Strategy, adidas; Bernd Zapf, Head of Development New Business &Technology, HELLER; and on the screen Simon Kirby, Chief Operating Officer, Rolls-Royce.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Building Technologies: Zsolt Sluitner (r.), head of Siemens Real Estate, and Matthias Rebellius (l.), CEO at Building Technologies, explained how Siemens itself is using digital solutions for buildings.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer Siemens AG: "We're expanding our lead in industrial digitalization.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    R&D Exhibition - The CityAirbus is scheduled to take off by the end of 2018. Siemens is providing the electric drive system - shown in a virtual view here.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    R&D Exhibition - Interactive 3D Simulation combined with New Human Interfaces.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    R&D Exhibition - Digitalization in Machine Building.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Energy Management: How smart electric meters help optimize the grid - Ralf Christian (3.f.l.) from Energy Management, talked with several customers.

  • Siemens Innovation Day 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Siemens Innovation Day 2017 at the Siemens headquarters in Munich, Germany.
    Mobility: Gerhard Kress (m.), head of the MindSphere Application Center at Mobility in Munich-Allach, and Mobility CEO Michael Peter (r.) pointed out the advantages of digital services for the rail industry.

  • Siemens honors the Inventors of the Year 2017
    Dec 15, 2017

    Fourteen researchers with 1300 inventions (from left to right): Bernd Burbaum; Benjamin Lutz; Beat Weibel, Head of Siemens Intellectual Property; Friederich Kupzog; Andreas Lugmaier; Roland Busch, Chief Technology Officer and Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG; Thorkil Munk-Hansen; Markus Vester; Michael Zenge; Michaela Schmidt; Mariappan Nadar; Edgar Müller; Steffen Udluft; Volkmar Sterzing; Dr. Arquimedes Martinez Canedo und Dr. Florian Bühs.

  • Siemens honors the 14"Inventors of the Year" 2017
    Dec 14, 2017

    Siemens honors 13 of its own researchers and an external scientist as "Inventors of the Year 2017." The scientists from Germany, Austria, the United States and Denmark have registered a total of 1,297 inventions. Many of these ideas, namely 920, have been granted individual patents. Three teams are among this year's winners, a fact that demonstrates that innovation is usually a joint effort today. "Siemens invested EUR 5.6 billion in research and development during this fiscal year, the largest amount of money it has ever spent in this area. This money is well invested, too. It flows directly into our fields of innovation and secures the future of our businesses. We are proud of our Inventors of the Year: They perfectly reflect the tradition established by an entrepreneur and inventor like Werner von Siemens," CEO Joe Kaeser says. The award Inventor of the Year has been presented since 1995. This year's categories are "Talent," "Outstanding Invention, "Open Innovation" and "Lifetime Achievement."

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