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  • Opening of the press conference in the run-up to EMO 2017
    Jul 25, 2017

    From left to right: Uwe Armin Ruttkamp, Head of Business Segment Machine Tool Systems, Siemens AG, Dr. Wolfgang Heuring, CEO of Business Unit Motion Control and Dr. Ralf Michael Wagner, COO of Business Segment Plant Data Services, Siemens AG presented Siemens' innovations and highlights for EMO 2015 in Milano to international journalists.

  • Preview at the EMO 217 in Hanover
    Jul 25, 2017

    Dr. Wolfgang Heuring, CEO of Business Unit Motion Control, Siemens AG: "Digitalization is set to fundamentally transform and advance the machine tool industry. By linking the digital and real worlds, we will be able to open up new, significant possibilities for boosting productivity and developing totally new business models. This applies both to those who build and use machines. And it applies just as much too small and medium-sized enterprises as it does to the big players in the industry. Digitalization is the main driver of growth and profitability in the machine tool industry both locally and worldwide."

  • Holistic approach for end customers and mechanical engineers
    Jul 25, 2017

    Uwe Armin Ruttkamp, Head of Business Segment Machine Tool Systems, Siemens AG: "The end-to-end digitalization approach taken by Siemens encompasses not only hardware but also software along the entire value chain from design to machine tool application, enabling our customers from the machine tool industry to achieve a significant boost to their productivity. The combination of advancing digitalization and innovative automation technology provides the key to creating a sustainable competitive edge."

  • Cloudbased ecosystem: MindSphere
    Jul 25, 2017

    The specialist fields of Dr. Ralf Michael Wagner, COO Head of the Plant Data Services division, include the three levels of the open and cloud-based ecosystem from Siemens: MindConnect, MindSphere and MindApps. He presented their application and usefulness to the attending journalists on site.

  • Well attended press conference
    Jul 25, 2017

    In the "Arena of Digitalization" Siemens demonstrates how digitalization is used in metalworking and motor production and what results can be achieved with it. In addition, using its own development and the way production has grown over many years as an example, the showcase factory demonstrates how digitalization already offers advantages in terms of productivity and efficiency for the discrete manufacturing industry. On July 25, 2017 also this year's Siemens press conference prior to EMO 2017 took place there.

  • Innovative automation and technology portfolio for higher machine tool productivity
    Jul 25, 2017

    Siemens will be presenting a new version of its proven Safety Integrated (SI) function for Sinumerik 840D sI in the form of its Safety Integrated plus software for integrated control solutions. SI plus allows the machine manufacturer to speed up plant engineering by 50 percent, and commissioning by around 20 percent.

  • Innovative automation and technology portfolio for higher machine tool productivity
    Jul 25, 2017

    With its new CNC Sinumerik 840D sl software release 4.8, Siemens is making available a range of new functions to significantly improve the speed, precision and safety of machine tools. Benefits of V 4.8 include facility for compensating unwanted axis nodding movements and protection against machine, tool and workpiece collisions.

  • Siemens demonstrates concrete potential of digitalization for the machine tool world
    Jul 25, 2017

    Under the banner of "Digitalization in Machine Tool Manufacturing", Siemens will be demonstrating over an area of around 1,200 square meters in Hall 25 how machine users and builders of all sizes can benefit from digitalization.

  • Additive Manufacturing
    Jul 25, 2017

    3D printed prototype mold designed with Siemens NX.

  • Interface RunMy Robot
    Jul 25, 2017

    Robot controlled with Sinumerik RunMy Robot, programmed in NX CAM performing polishing operations on a mold insert.

  • Intosite model
    Jul 25, 2017

    Intosite virtual model of a CNC technology and training facility in Korea.

  • Siemens demonstrates concrete potential of digitalization for the machine tool world
    Jul 25, 2017

    Siemens will be unveiling its first MindSphere application for machine tools in the form of Manage MyMachines. Siemens will be linking around 200 machine tools across the fairground up to the Cloud using its open IoT operating system MindSphere.

  • Siemens networks locomotives of Deutsche Bahn
    Jul 24, 2017

    DB Cargo AG has commissioned Siemens to equip its locomotive fleet for condition-based, predictive maintenance. The upgrade applies to Siemens locomotives of the 152 Series Eurosprinter ES64F and locomotives of the 170 and 191 Series, both Vectron types. For the 152 Series locomotives, Siemens will retrofit the necessary telemetric systems and network all locomotives with the "TechLOK" system used by DB Cargo. The contract has a term of six years. The telemetric systems continually collect data on the condition of the locomotives. With this data, experts at Siemens' Mobility Data Services Center will work with DB Cargo to develop identified applications and data analytics models.

    In the picture: Vectron at DB Cargo Polska

  • Beer production
    Jul 20, 2017

    In the modern high-tech brewery, everything is digitally linked through interfaces to production control systems. Quality data is automatically captured and work sequences defined by modules. Siemens supports the craft of beer brewing worldwide with its automation and control technology, thus ensuring efficiency, quality and flexibility.

  • Siemens expands damper actuator family
    Jul 18, 2017

    Damper actuators with 2 Nm torque are now available for AC 230 V as well as AC/DC 24 V.

  • Siemens expands damper actuator family
    Jul 18, 2017

    OpenAir damper actuator from Siemens – expanded portfolio.

  • Siemens connecting roughly 5 million households to offshore power
    Jul 17, 2017

    Siemens is now implementing a total of six out of ten DC North Sea grid connections for TenneT. The earlier projects were HelWin1 (576 MW) and HelWin2 (690 MW) off the coast of Helgoland, BorWin2 (800 MW) off the coast of Borkum and SylWin1 (864 MW) off the coast of Sylt. These grid connections have been placed into service successively since 2015; the BorWin3 (900 MW) and DolWin6 (900 MW) are currently being executed. The grid connections equipped with Siemens technology now have a total transmission power of 4.7 gigawatts – enough to supply just under 5 million homes.

  • Siemens receives 2017 European Energy Service Award
    Jul 13, 2017

    The Siemens Building Technologies Division has won a 2017 European Energy Service Award (EESA) in the category "Best European Energy Service Project" for its energy performance contracting (EPC) project at Hvidovre Hospital, the largest EPC project in Denmark to date.

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  • Siemens makes Hvidovre hospital more energy efficient
    Jul 13, 2017

    The measures include expanding the hospital's large existing photovoltaic system, installing geothermal storage systems and wind turbines, optimizing the existing technical systems and upgrading the entire control system.

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  • Prototype of the Rhine-Ruhr Express presented
    Jul 12, 2017

    Labeled as the project of the century for Germany's most heavily populated metropolitan region, the Rhine-Ruhr Express (RRX) will help alleviate the continuously worsening transportation issues in the conurbation along the Rhine and Ruhr rivers beginning in 2018. In March 2015, Siemens was commissioned to deliver 82 Desiro HC electric multiple units and provide maintenance services for a period of 32 years. "The start of tests at the PCW shows that we're right on schedule with the RRX project. We're testing here whether the trains are fit for their daily service in and between the cities in North Rhine-Westphalia. Each train of the entire RRX fleet will be commissioned right here, virtually on the doorstep of the public rail network," said Sabrina Soussan, CEO of Siemens' business with high-speed and regional trains and locomotives.

    In the picture (starting from the left): Heiko Sedlaczek, Managing Director Verkehrsverband Rhein-Sieg/Nahverkehr Rheinland, Sabrina Soussan, CEO of Siemens Business Unit Mainline Transport, Martin Husmann, CEO Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Ruhr and Burkhard Bastisch, Managing Director Nahverkehr Westfalen-Lippe.

  • Prototype of the Rhine-Ruhr Express presented
    Jul 12, 2017

    Siemens presented the first prototype of the Rhine-Ruhr Express (RRX) today. The testing of the multiple-unit electric train will now begin at the Siemens Test and Validation Center (PCW) in Wegberg-Wildenrath. All seven pre-series trains will be commissioned at the PCW and complete extensive tests in the coming months before undertaking their first test runs in the public railway network. The RRX is scheduled to enter service in the greater Rhine-Ruhr region at the end of 2018.

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