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The digital twin
The smart factory is close at hand

Digital twins that support engineering, commissioning, and performance boost competitiveness.

Virtual commissioning
Fast, faster, Digital Twin
The Norwegian machine manufacturer Tronrud Engineering was able to cut the time needed for the programming, design and assembly of a new, extremely flexible, high-speed packaging machine by half.
Artificial intelligence in industry
The brain of the factory

How will artificial intelligence impact the factory of the future - and which benefits can you already expect today?

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Energy for Industry
Working together for greater energy efficiency

The automobile manufacturer SEAT operates one of the most energy-efficient production sites in Europe.

Customized mass production
Batch size 1 production

Customers increasingly want to customize their products. How companies can achieve efficient one-off production.

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Additive manufacturing/3D printing
The power of printing

Industrial 3D printing: faster, more efficient, and a gateway to new business models

Outdoor-enabled visualization
All the right moves

Wakeboarders enjoy fun and safety: modern automation technology at Turncable Wakepark.

Digitalization meets SMEs
A vision for success

Customers are becoming more demanding, pressure is increasing. How SMEs can meet the challenges of digitalization.

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Industrie 4.0
Chocolatey moments with Industrie 4.0

Industrie 4.0 satisfies your sweet tooth: A smart, flexible pick system delivers custom-made mini chocolate bars.

Digital twin
On real and digital twins

RadioBro Corporation’s aircraft electronics systems are born as digital twins. And the company's owners are twins themselves.

Fits like a glove

Digital production: Responding to individual consumer requirements faster and more flexibly – the SPEEDFACTORY from adidas makes it happen!

Convergent modeling
Taming the jungle – at high speed

The LEGO® model-builder Bright Bricks relies on convergent modelling to build an entire zoo in record time.

Electric aircraft is a real powerhouse

Minimal noise and lower lifecycle costs and CO2 emissions: a light electric motor makes this possible.

Digital panel building
The core of every plant

A digital workflow creates unimagined competitive advantages for control cabinet manufacturers.

AGCO builds anywhere

Global market leader AGCO Corporation develops farm machines and agricultural solutions – thanks to Siemens fully location-independent.

Energy-efficient motional sequences
Absolutely clean curves

An OEM enables the fully automated assembly of universal joints for the first time.

Automotive industry
Digitalization: Get into the fast lane

How automotive manufacturers and their suppliers get a grip on complexity.

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Machine building and process engineering
OEMs on their way to Industrie 4.0

How the digital transformation in machine building and process engineering succeeds

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Machine building and process engineering
One step closer to “Industrie 4.0“

How the digital transformation of 

machine building and plant engineering can be managed.

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Trends in CNC Automation
Showing technology competence

With hardware and software from Siemens

for the networked production you

can increase your productivity and efficiency

– and boost your market success.

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Digitalization in automotive industry
Future-oriented production at Audi

With integrated networking of its production units, Audi AG is taking steps to digitalization at its production plant in Neckarsulm, Germany.