We are Siemens Middle East
We’ve delivered power to the people of Qatar, developed systems for two driverless subway lines in Saudi Arabia and created an environment that keeps penguins cool all year round in Dubai. Can you help us create what’s next?
We’re building the technologies of tomorrow
The challenges of the desert invite innovation. The intense heat demands intelligent infrastructure, reliable transportation, sustainable energy and advanced manufacturing. We’re helping to shape the future of the region while improving the quality of everyday life, from homes to businesses.
With over 7,000 people and more than 80 nationalities, Siemens in the Middle East is as diverse as the work we do. With offices from Libya to Pakistan, we’re ideally located to lead some of the region’s largest projects. We power Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Formula One circuit’s race control center, produce 1.4 billion liters of cool drinking water for the UAE’s population, and built an integrated building management system for the biggest shopping mall in Pakistan. And on top of all of that, we’re helping boost power generation in Egypt by 50% to reach a total of 16.4 GW. It’s a Megaproject that will increase growth and economic development and unlock the country’s vast potential.
If you’re excited about shaping the future of our busy cities through natural resources, digital grids and intelligent manufacturing, let’s chat.
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We’re creating groundbreaking technologies from smart factories and smart grid concepts to flexible manufacturing systems that use lightweight robots and 3D printers. Find out how you can be a part of what’s to come.