Nuremberg is the first city to use the Siemens air quality tool to reduce noxious emissions.
Digital twins? Intelligent materials? Virtual models? Siemens chief architect Stefan Kögl on BIM and building in the digital age.
A new method for quantifying RoI helps decisionmakers make the business case for digitally augmented assets.
Booming Chinese cities like Nanjing aim to minimize CO2 emissions.
Investments in energy systems and other infrastructures pay off, financially and otherwise.
Digitalization changes how we live, work, and travel. More and more cities are innovating to evolve services, get more out of their infrastructure, and engage with the community.
Flexible, secure and reliable – solutions for increasing demands.
Siemens Mobility’s new service concepts reduce trafﬁc congestion and rail delays, improve safety, and enable more efﬁcient use of resources.