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Munich, Apr 25, 2017
Around 12,000 young men and women worldwide – of whom more than 9,000 are in Germany – are currently enrolled in training or two-track programs at Siemens, making the industrial company one of the largest providers of such programs. Due to the great success of the German model, Siemens is increasingly offering two-track training, which combines theory and practice, to young people in countries outside Germany, including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South Africa, India and the UK.
Hanover, Apr 24, 2017
On the first day of the Hannover Messe, April 24, Klaus Helmrich welcomed you to the annual Siemens Press Conference. As member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, Klaus Helmrich is responsible for the Digital Factory as well as Process Industries and Drives Divisions. The Press Conference took place at 6.30 PM in the Trade Fair's Convention Center, Room 1 A/B. Mr Helmrich talked about current digitalization trends in the manufacturing and process industries under the heading "Discover the value of the Digital Enterprise".
Munich, Apr 20, 2017
Tomorrow's production centers won't just produce parts and products; they will produce inexhaustible streams of information. Artificial Intelligence, semiautonomous robots, 3D printing, and data analytics will play major roles. Take a look at the Future of Manufacturing – the newest feature in Pictures of the Future.
Munich, Apr 11, 2017
Transferring freight transport to rail has its limitations. Consequently the transport will need to be carried out by trucks that combine reliable service with minimum environmental impact. The eHighway system is twice as efficient as conventional internal combustion engines. The Siemens innovation supplies trucks with power from an overhead contact line. This means that not only energy consumption is cut by half but also local air pollution is reduced.
Munich, Apr 04, 2017
Siemens has developed a new type of electric motor that, with a weight of just 50 kilograms, delivers a continuous output of about 260 kilowatts – five times more than comparable drive systems. On Thursday, March 23, 2017, the Extra 330LE aerobatic plane, powered by the propulsion system from Siemens, set two new speed records. At the Dinslaken Schwarze Heide airfield in Germany, the electric aircraft reached a top speed of around 340 kilometers per hour (km/h) over a distance of three kilometers. (Bild-Copyright: Jean-Marie Urlacher)
Munich, Apr 03, 2017
On April 3, 2017 Siemens concluded the merger of its wind power business with Gamesa on schedule. Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa will form a world-leading wind power provider, with an unrivalled global presence and an excellent position in an attractive growth market. The two companies complement one another almost perfectly and boast a unique product portfolio. Further information can be found at: http://www.gamesacorp.com/en/
Munich, Mar 30, 2017
With the recent closing of its acquisition of electronic design automation (EDA) software leader, Mentor Graphics Corporation, Siemens sets out to underscore the significant customer value it envisions for both Electronic Systems and Integrated Circuit (IC) design tools.
Princeton, Mar 27, 2017
Every day, billions of connected devices and machines are bridging more of our real and virtual worlds and changing the way we live, travel, build and work. Click here to watch the recording of the live webcast and to learn how Siemens latest innovations are helping industries from manufacturing to transportation embrace the power of data and lead in a digital and connected world. Or even take part in the conversation #SiemensInnovations
Berlin, Mar 22, 2017
Berlin hosts Europe's first ever multi-energy filling station, which supplies hydrogen produced from wind power and solar energy. Find out about the Siemens automation solution used for "green refueling".
Munich, Mar 17, 2017
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser has accompanied German Chancellor Merkel on her visit to US President Donald Trump today as part of Merkel's business delegation. On their visit to the White House, Kaeser was joined by Siemens USA CEO Judy Marks and one of Siemens' apprentices Chad Robinson.