Permanent readiness, availability, and stability are what distinguish the very best navies in the world.
Advantage through technology
For more than 130 years, Siemens has been delivering electrical products, systems, solutions, and services for the efficient and reliable operation of submarines and naval vessels over their entire lifecycle.
As island nations, both Australia and New Zealand rely on their navies for a wide range of responsibilities – from border protection and surveillance to search and rescue, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions. They provide security for seaborne trade worth hundreds of billions of dollars throughout the region.
Siemens is an integrated solution provider for the marine world and ideally positioned to fully support our customers, providing complete electro-technical and propulsion solutions as well as service and modernisation offerings to maintain and increase availability and readiness of submarines and naval vessels.
In Australia and New Zealand, Siemens technology is propelling our defence forces forward through advanced automation, energy, product lifecycle management and propulsion.
Our solutions have included:
- Power and control for the Royal Australian Navy’s Anzac class frigates
- Power and propulsion for the Royal Australian Navy’s Canberra class landing helicopter docks
- Configuration management software and support for the Australian Defence Force land and navy
- Fully integrated platform management systems for the Royal New Zealand Navy’s Anzac class frigates
Navy Optimisation through Automation
Learn how Siemens helps the Royal New Zealand Navy be best-in-class globally
Siemens defence projects
Siemens solutions for submarines & naval vessels
Product Lifecycle Management
Industry 4.0 grants
$1 Billion of National Software Grants to Prepare Students for Digital Economy
$447 million commercial value industrial software grant to University of Western Australia
Part of Siemens’ national commitment to support vocational, job-ready education across the country
Platform Industry 4.0 signing
Australian and German industry groups sign agreement to modernise manufacturing
Agreement will see closer collaboration in developing modern manufacturing sectors
Partnership will enable the digitization and linking of manufacturing processes along global value chains
Royal New Zealand Navy
Siemens solution improves maintenance routines, reliability, and alerts team to potential issues
First navy to achieve unmanned space on a warship, allowing technology to supervise core operations
The upgrades have taken 75 man hours per day off the ship