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Tackle new challenges and continue your personal success story at Siemens in China.
Siemens employee Nikhil Kulkarni talks about his personal career plans.
Siemens improves the economic situation of the black population through skills development.
Project of the month: November
At the Mount Everest base camp, a research project with 200 volunteers was carried out to study the effects of altitude sickness. The results might soon be used to develop new treatments for patients in intensive care. For the examinations, blood gas analysis devices from Siemens were used.
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In conjunction with Fjellstrand, a Norwegian shipyard, Siemens has developed the technology for the world‚Äôs first electric ferry. The fact that the ship, which will enter service in 2015, causes no carbon dioxide emissions is in part due to the electricity mix in Norway.
Specialists from Siemens Innovative Ventures are searching for startups that match the needs of Siemens' businesses and for those that can turn promising Siemens inventions into new products outside of the areas in which Siemens conducts business.
With the increasing use of wind and solar power it is not just the demand for energy that is fluctuating, but also its supply. Siemens has created neural network-based forecasting software that predicts fluctuations, thus helping to increase the efficiency of electricity markets.
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