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Siemens at SCEWC 2017

Unlocking the potential of cities through digitalization

Urbanization, climate change, and globalization are posing multiple challenges to cities and city stakeholders. Ensuring mobility, improving energy efficiency, and increasing the economic value of buildings are among the main priorities when it comes to creating and managing urban infrastructure. Through digitalization, we enable cities to optimize the performance of buildings, transport and energy systems, while ensuring the safety and security of people and assets.


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Unlocking the potential of cities through digitalization 


Intelligent Buildings

Digitalization is rapidly changing market dynamics by bringing our virtual and real worlds together - cities today are more connected than ever and generate massive amounts of data. Buildings play a key role in enabling digital cities by leveraging the right data to manage resources and costs more effectively. With the right combination of people, technology and services, we provide data-driven insights and actions enabling more informed decisions to enhance building performance and gain an even greater competitive advantage for your business.


Digitalization of buildings


City Performance Tool and CyPT Air

CyPT Air is an evolution of the CyPT tool that focuses on indicators for air quality and local concentration of emissions. Built upon Siemens’ technology expertise and global database, CyPT Air is able to calculate the impact of more than 80 technologies from energy, transport and industry on environmental related KPIs, showing to what extent air quality can be improved. The dynamic tool can illustrate city decision makers the overall impact of their collective decisions and identify the right technologies to improve air quality and sustainability without compromising economic growth.


City Performance Tool


Digital services boosting traveler experience

Together with its subsidiary HaCon, Siemens offers innovative software solutions for train and route planning, timetable information systems, ticketing solutions as well as intermodal mobility platforms. Apps for mobile devices support travelers before, during and after their journey to increase ease and comfort of travel. With Mobility Analytics Siemens enables valuable insights to improve operator efficiency and services – essential for a sustainable urban mobility landscape.


Digital Services

HaCon mobility solutions


Safety and efficiency with intelligent road systems

Safety and efficiency are both a fundamental prerequisite and a reason for the success of driverless vehicles. The future of mobility needs to be considered as a comprehensive system with the need of a smart, networked infrastructure. This comprehensive approach is deeply embedded in Siemens’ DNA, and is one of the reasons why we’re developing a unique sensor technology enabling autonomous driving and the intelligent monitoring of road areas with various use cases, e.g. parking management.


Intelligent parking

Autonomous driving


Digital Station 4.0

The Controlguide Digital Station Manager is a solution that combines Facility SCADA, PIS/PA, CCTV and communication functionalities integration into one single system. This integration facilitates the information exchange, coordination and interaction between the different subsystems allowing them to act as a single unit. Line operators are provided with one common HMI that is able to monitor and control all different subsystems.


Integrated Mobility


ControlguideOCS Rail9000

Controlguide OCS provides the full range of information required for monitoring train services. Thus, production timetables are derived from the seasonal timetables created during timetable creation for the purpose of operations and are adjusted to actual operating conditions for a specific day. In addition to the control of day-to-day operations, Controlguide OCS offers high performance automation functions and intelligent dispatching to optimize operating sequences for efficient and cost effective rail services.


Controlguide OCS 



OMNES is an innovative Digital Services Platform for railway signalling. OMNES unifies all maintenance tools on a single platform, in a secure and customizable way, using the most advanced methods of digitalization and automation. Thanks to OMNES, Siemens aims to ensure 100% service availability. It allows us to minimize the impact of incidents, and even anticipate their occurrence. In order to do this, we provide different levels of service such as Smart Guidance, Smart Predictive Maintenance, Smart Monitoring and Smart Data Analytics.


Rail services


Smart city and infrastructure planning

A successful infrastructure strategy requires a strong alignment among the utility providing services around infrastructure and the participants consuming these services for value creation in this energy ‘ecosystem’. To avoid trial and error in achieving this alignment, a new approach to modeling and planning the interaction of the participants within the energy ecosystem, including the utility, is presented. This approach uses energy as the common value flow amongst ecosystem entities, maps other value flows to the relationships between entities, and enables mutually beneficial relationships, thereby increasing value generation within the community energy ecosystem.


Power System Consulting & Planning


MindSphere – the open IoT operating system


Presentations by Siemens at the Smart City Expo World Congress 2017

Tuesday, November 14 – 10:15-11:15 | Transforming Today's Cities into Low-carbon Settlements

ST 11 - Transforming Today's Cities into Low-carbon Settlements

Speaker: José Maria Pique Riera, Regional Manager Siemens Catalonia, Aragón and Baleares


Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Room tbd.


Time: 10:15-11:15


About: José has 20 years of leadership experience in the microelectronics business. As Regional Manager Catalonia, Aragón and Baleares he has a transversal view of the energy market from generation and transmission to electricity distribution. José also leads business development related to smart cities in the regions. He is an engineer in telecommunications.


PL 02 – Collective Efforts to Tackle Global Urban Challenges

Speaker: Martin Powell, Head of Urban Development, Siemens Center of Competence Cities


Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Auditorium


Time: 11:30-12:30


About: Martin has global responsibility for the Urban Development practice in the Siemens Centre of Competence Cities. This involves working with Mayors and leaders providing advice and support to cities as they strive to meet tough economic, social and environmental targets and looking at economic and technical models of delivering solutions at scale.


Presentation on Smart Mobility World Congress: Data Management for PreventiveMaintenance

Speaker: Francisco Payán Cuevas, Sales Manager Customer Service, Mobility Division Siemens Spain


Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Room TBD


Time: 15:00-16.30


About: Francisco is Sales Manager for Customer Services and Intelligent Traffic Systems at Siemens since 2014 and was previously Director of the Maintenance Department, among other responsibilities. He is holding an Executive MBA (ESIC 2011), a Master in Railway Systems (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, 2008) and holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Escuela Superior de Ingenieros de Sevilla.


MO EP – Solutions to Enhance Urban Mobility

Speaker: Dr. Tim Franke, Business Development Manager - Innovative Mobility Solutions


Where: Gran Via, Hall 2, Room TBD


Time: Nov 16, 14:00-15:00


About: Tim has almost 10 years of experience in sustainable urban mobility, smart city and infrastructure solutions. He is globally responsible for business development of Siemens’ Innovative Mobility Solutions driving new business models and future urban mobility solutions. Tim holds a degree in engineering and a PhD in strategic management from Technical University of Berlin.



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