Digitalize your building
Turning data into tangible value
Unlock your building's potential with Digitalization
As the world becomes increasingly connected, digitalization is a key lever that will enable companies to remain competitive. Digitalization promises lower costs, increased productivity, flexibility and efficiency, shorter response time to customer requests and market demands, and also opens up new and innovative business opportunities.
The digital enterprise is already a reality, and companies are pursuing its benefits and opportunities through digital transformation, which requires seamless integration of data along the value chain. Turning this data into value is a critical success factor.
Digitalizing your building unlocks the potential not only for operational transformation but a whole new sphere of digital services. Sensors in buildings and energy systems share their data with us and, for example, combined with a digital twin of the building and using applications it can be analyzed to optimize building operation. This results in customers’ advantages such as higher energy and equipment efficiency, better space utilization as well as enhanced user efficiency, comfort and safety.
With our people, technology and services, we provide a solid foundation to enhance your building performance with the power of data – and ultimately create the perfect place for you to achieve your business goals.
Our experts within our Digital Service Centers help you to turn building performance into a competitive advantage for your business.
Enhancing building performance through the power of data at a glance.
Digitalization in the building market
More transparency and added value from building data with digitalization
Digitalization brings you more transparency to make better informed decisions, optimize your investment or ensure effective use of your building. For this you need digitalization competence.
A perfect place to preserve Australia’s heritage
A perfect place to keep the past with the help of the future
Museums Victoria is Australia’s largest public museum organization. At six sites, innumerable artifacts tell the stories of Australia’s history.
Museums Victoria is entrusted with the task of preserving Australia’s history. As a publicly funded organization, they need to fulfill this role as economically as possible.
Siemens worked very closely with the client during the tendering phase to understand what Museums Victoria is doing for their business, what matters most to them and what outcomes they want to achieve.
A Detailed Facility Study at each of the six sites identified opportunities to reduce operating costs and emissions. Navigator, the cloud-based energy and sustainability platform, allows building managers at Museums Victoria to understand exactly what their buildings are telling them – and operate them as efficiently as possible. With HVAC, lighting and water efficiency upgrades, Museums Victoria has already reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 35 percent and electricity costs by 32 percent. These reductions will pay for themselves in seven years. So energy waste is now history – and with an approach as thorough as this, Australia’s history is in good hands.
#CreatingPerfectPlaces around the world
Feldschlösschen brewery in Switzerland
Over 140 years ago, Feldschlösschen was founded with one vision: to make Switzerland’s finest beer.
From the first simple alarm bell to today’s modern fire detection system,
fire safety has always been an essential aspect of the brewery.
DB Schenker head office in Germany
For DB Schenker, Germany’s largest logistics company, getting things from A to B is the easy part.
With more deliveries to more people, more often than ever before, today the logistics business has an enormous impact.
On traffic. On cities. On the environment.
Pine Grove Middle School in East Syracuse, New York
Pine Grove Middle School is one of seven schools in East Syracuse Minoa Central School District (ESM) in New York, educating 3,750 students every year.
With a realization that the world has undergone dramatic changes – not least in the world of employment,
and the skills required – the educators at Pine Grove made a decision that education needed to change.
Museums Victoria in Melbourne
This building stops time: Melbourne Museum showcases over 40,000 years of history.
It tells the story of Australia and of what it means to be Australian. Each object shows different facets of the nation’s identity.
Time has given them value – but time is their greatest enemy. Time means deterioration, damage and decay.
Passive House Technology Center in China
13,768 square meters for uncompromising sustainability –
that’s the Passive House Technology Center of Qingdao’s Sino-German Ecopark.
A showroom, multifunctional meeting hall and various offices, meeting rooms and appartments demonstrate that protecting the environment does not mean compromising on comfort.
Sello shopping center in Finland
Sello is Finland’s most visited and most sustainable shopping center.
Its 102,000 square meters of gross leasable area welcome 24 million visitors per year from all over the world. There are over 170 shops as well as a concert hall, a library, supermarkets and entertainment attractions.
Sello offers more than just shopping – its aim is to be more city center than shopping center.
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