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  • Microgrids Brazil, Pará
    Oct 11, 2017

    Siemens will design and install twelve microgrids for the Brazilian utility Centrais Elétricas do Pará (CELPA). These microgrids will be built in power generation plants (distributed energy systems) in the state of Pará.

  • 3D alarm viewer in Datacenter Clarity LC 3.0
    Oct 10, 2017

    The Datacenter Clarity LC 3.0 update allows data center alarms to be visualized and processed in a 3D model.

  • Paulo Ruiz Sternadt
    Oct 09, 2017

    CEO of the Dresser-Rand business, part of Siemens Power and Gas Division

  • 1845–1865: The company's founding and initial expansion
    Oct 05, 2017

    From the very outset, Siemens' success has been based on its pioneering spirit, ingenuity and global engagement.

    The picture shows the first Siemens & Halske workshop on Schöneberger Straße in Berlin, undated.

  • 1865–1896: Triumph of high-voltage engineering and major international projects
    Oct 05, 2017

    The invention of the dynamo machine and the completion of large-scale, technologically demanding projects earned Siemens & Halske international acclaim.

    The picture shows the tramway in front of the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin at Putinki in Moscow, 1899.

  • 1897–1918: Growth through consolidation and partnerships
    Oct 05, 2017

    In 1897, Siemens & Halske was transformed into a stock corporation. The enterprise expanded and established Siemensstadt – a new, rapidly growing industrial campus at the gates of Berlin.

    The picture shows the generator production at Siemens-Schuckertwerke's Nuremberg plant, around 1914.

  • 1919–1932: Streamlining the company and returning to the global market
    Oct 05, 2017

    In 1919, Siemens faced major challenges. In the aftermath of World War I, the company had to readjust to the peacetime economy and reestablish itself on the global market.

    The picture shows the machine room at the Ardnacrusha hydroelectric power plant on the Shannon, Ireland, 1933.

  • 1933–1945: National Socialism and the war economy
    Oct 05, 2017

    During the Nazi era, Siemens' business activities, too, were impacted by rearmament and the war economy. Particularly after the initially European conflict became a worldwide conflagration, the manufacture of military goods, which involved the use of forced labor, increasingly took priority over production for civilian purposes.

    The picture shows the Wernerwerk M production facility in Siemensstadt in Berlin, 1944.

  • 1945–1966: Rebuilding and rise to a worldwide corporation
    Oct 05, 2017

    World War II represented a profound disruption in Siemens' history. The war lost Siemens four-fifths of its assets, in Germany and internationally. Yet by the mid-1950s, the company was able to rebuild and return to the international market.

    The picture shows the San Nicolas steam power plant in Argentina, 1956.

  • 1966–1988: New markets and business lines
    Oct 05, 2017

    Siemens refocused its corporate structure in 1969, to take due account of its markets' increasing globalization and the challenges of technological progress.

    The picture shows the motor factory in Kalwa, India, 1966.

  • 1989–2006: New paths in a time of crisis
    Oct 05, 2017

    The years from 1989 to 2006 confronted the company with challenges unlike any before, compelling its chief players to make fundamental changes. The era's dramatic events included the first comprehensive reform of the corporate organization, the launch of the Ten-Point Program, and the compliance crisis.

    The picture shows the launch of the Siemens share on the New York Stock Exchange, 2001.

  • 2007–2017: Defining digitalization
    Oct 05, 2017

    With Vision 2020, Siemens turned its sights systematically to growth fields – a new corporate orientation, carefully selected acquisitions and new innovation methods were to make the company fit for the future.

    In the picture: From Big Data to Smart Data - Pioneering Security Solution Siveillance Viewpoint, 2016.

  • Siemens' EnergyIP smart grid applications run on MindSphere
    Oct 04, 2017

    The ongoing development of Siemens' EnergyIP smart grid applications marks a further advance in the digital transformation of the energy industry. EnergyIP applications have recently begun running on MindSphere, the Siemens cloud-based open operating system for the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • Siemens introduces DC transmission system for medium voltage to the market
    Oct 04, 2017

    With MVDC PLUS (Medium Voltage Direct Current Power Link Universal System), Siemens is introducing a new direct-current transmission system to the market that will be serve as an efficient power transmission link in the range from 30 to 150 megawatts.

  • Siemens protection device offers use of measured values and grid data via MindSphere
    Oct 04, 2017

    Siemens equipped its Siprotec 5 devices with a MindSphere interface through which measured values and network condition quantities can be fed, for instance, to a MindSphere application for asset management.

  • Michael Peter
    Oct 01, 2017

    Michael Peter will also continue to serve as CEO of the Mobility Management Business Unit in addition to heading the Mobility Division.

  • Sabrina Soussan
    Oct 01, 2017

    Sabrina Soussan will remain CEO of its Mainline Transport und Urban Transport Business Units in addition to heading the Mobility Division.

  • Press conference Siemens and Alstom
    Sep 29, 2017

    Siemens and Alstom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combine Siemens' mobility business, including its rail traction drives business, with Alstom. In a joint press conference the CEOs of the two companies, Joe Kaeser, Siemens AG (l.), and Henri Poupart-Lafarge from Alstom (r.), announced the creation of a European Champion in Mobility. With Siemens and Alstom two innovative players of the railway market join forces with comprehensive offering and a global presence.

  • Press conference Siemens and Alstom
    Sep 29, 2017

    Siemens and Alstom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combine Siemens' mobility business, including its rail traction drives business, with Alstom. In a joint press conference the CEOs of the two companies, Joe Kaeser, Siemens AG, and Henri Poupart-Lafarge from Alstom, announced the creation of a European Champion in Mobility. With Siemens and Alstom two innovative players of the railway market join forces with comprehensive offering and a global presence.

  • Press conference Siemens and Alstom
    Sep 29, 2017

    Siemens and Alstom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combine Siemens' mobility business, including its rail traction drives business, with Alstom. In a joint press conference the CEOs of the two companies, Joe Kaeser, Siemens AG (l.), and Henri Poupart-Lafarge from Alstom (r.), announced the creation of a European Champion in Mobility. With Siemens and Alstom two innovative players of the railway market join forces with comprehensive offering and a global presence.

  • Press conference Siemens and Alstom
    Sep 29, 2017

    Siemens and Alstom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combine Siemens' mobility business, including its rail traction drives business, with Alstom. In a joint press conference the CEOs of the two companies, Joe Kaeser, Siemens AG (l.), and Henri Poupart-Lafarge from Alstom (r.), announced the creation of a European Champion in Mobility. With Siemens and Alstom two innovative players of the railway market join forces with comprehensive offering and a global presence.

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