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Play the energy game. Supply your city with the perfect energy mix.
The Siemens Foundation supports STEM education.
Through the Europeans@Siemens program, young people from all over Europe receive training.
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Devices capable of producing three-dimensional objects made of plastic have been around since the 1980s. Since then, a technology called additive manufacturing has evolved. Now nearing the point of industrial application, it could open the door to local production of custom-made parts from metal powders.
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Siemens is working with researchers from Russia and Germany on the development of powerful microwave amplifiers made of silicon carbide. The technology could make future particle accelerators not only more energy-efficient and reliable but also less expensive.
On a roughly 45-kilometer trial route in Vienna hundreds of cameras as well as sensors embedded in the road surfaces collect a huge amount of data on traffic jams and phased green lights. The data are displayed on a monitor attached on the windshield, giving car drivers all relevant traffic information.
In the future, millions of solar, wind, biomass, and small-scale combined heat and power plants will form a diverse energy network. Virtual power plants can help to harness these disparate sources.
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