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The Industry MediaService: a publication designed to bring you the latest and most interesting news and features on the products and services of the Siemens Industry Sector. The editions cover all kinds of industry-related features under the topic headings Automation Technology, Drive Technology, Industry Software, Services and Market-Specific Solutions (Automotive, Chemicals, Food and Beverages, Glass and Solar, Machine Building, Marine & Shipbuilding, Metals, Mining and Cement, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Pulp and Paper, Water, Wind Equipment).
Linz, Austria, Mar 23, 2012
In 2010, around 400 million tons of electric steel were produced worldwide, just under 29 percent of total steel production. The share is close to 50 percent in Europe and to some extent even significantly higher in North America, Africa, India and the Near East. The main feedstock is scrap and direct reduced iron (DRI), the latter being used primarily in India and the Near East. By recycling scrap, electric steel production makes a significant contribution toward protecting raw material resources.
Milton Keynes, Feb 21, 2014
For record speeds both on and off the track, Infiniti Red Bull Racing is relying on Siemens software once again this season. Over 100 engineers are using Siemens software to redevelop the world champion racecar for Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo.
Nuremberg, Feb 18, 2014
The international Siemens Press Conference and live webcast ahead of the Hannover Messe 2014 took place on February 18. Siemens presented a preview of this year's Siemens trade fair booth in Hanover, as well as outlining the company's current strategies and innovations.
Erlangen, Feb 12, 2014
The Siemens Drive Technologies Division held a cement webcast on the 12th of February, 2014. The webcast primarily focused on the major challenges in the global cement industry and how Siemens' solutions offer answers to these.
Trondheim, Jan 16, 2014
Nuremberg, Jan 07, 2014
Under the slogan "Making things right", Siemens will be exhibiting at IFAT 2014 in Hall A1, Booth A1.530 intelligent automation and drive systems as well as industry software for an efficient water and wastewater treatment. At the focus are end-to-end solutions that enable municipalities and industrial companies to reduce energy and resource consumption and to ensure security of supply. Siemens' presentation covers integrated engineering and planning tools as well as a seamless interaction of automation and drive components.
Nuremberg, Nov 26, 2013
The Siemens Press Conference at the SPS IPC Drives fair was held at 1.00 p.m. in the St. Petersburg Room, Congress Center Nuremberg East (CCN East), Level 2. Under the banner of "Making Things Right" in Hall 2, Booth 201, Siemens was showcasing its extensive automation and drives portfolio.
Nuremberg, Oct 08, 2013
Prior to this year's SPS IPC Drives, Europe's leading trade fair for electrical automation, Siemens held a webbased press conference for the German and international trade media. At the press webcast on 8 October 2013, Heinz Eisenbeiss, heading up the Siemens booth (Hall 2, Booth 201) at this year's SPS IPC Drives and Head of Simatic Marketing, presented an overview of this year's Siemens booth and reported on various new products.
Nuremberg, Sep 29, 2013
Under the name Simatic Ident, the Siemens Industry Automation Division offers a comprehensive product portfolio for industrial identification. Simatic Ident ensures the seamless traceability of products and components throughout the whole of the manufacturing, procurement or shipping process – a key requirement for the implementation of modern production concepts through to "Industrie 4.0". The portfolio ranges from components such as read/write devices, antennas, mobile data memories and transponders to software. Solutions such as "UHF for Industry" or the high-performance industrial-standard text recognition system "Text-Genius plus" provide clear proof that Siemens' innovative drive also encompasses the field of industrial identification. By concentrating the different technologies in the Simatic Ident portfolio, Siemens provides its customers from wide-ranging branches of industry with integrated solutions which leverage the strengths and benefits of the individual systems.