Postings tagged with: automation


Carolin Kieschnick| Mar 27, 2015

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Telecontrol and many more thrilling topics: Four days at Wasser International come to an end

Rolf Pillath, Petra Geiss and René Jacobs from Siemens' booth team (from left to right) were very pleased with the response at the booth. The Wasser Berlin International trade fair was a resounding success for Siemens with lots of interesting conversations, valuable user feedback, and a great atmosphere. Experts from around the globe gathered at this leading trade fair for the water industry from March 24 to 27. Telecontrol technology and process instrumentation attracted particularly strong in ...

Adam Wesoly| Mar 25, 2015

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A promising future for water – a question of efficient technology 

Water covers two-thirds of the earth, and only 0.3 percent of it is available in potable form. With the world’s population growing rapidly, something must to be done about this situation. We need innovative technology that can sustainably and efficiently ensure the supply of drinking water. At Wasser Berlin International, which takes place from March 24 to 27, 2015, international experts will come together under the motto “Green Cities – Blue Solutions” to share their experiences and learn about ...

Carolin Kieschnick| Mar 20, 2015

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Sustainable water use: Greater efficiency in the water industry

Health, nature, urbanization, industry, energy, food, and equality are the seven themes being highlighted by the United Nations for World Water Day 2015. Due to deficient or poorly developed infrastructures, adequate access to clean water is not available in all countries around the world. The consequences can be grave and even lead to serious conflicts and crises. And especially in the booming regions of the world, industry needs to be asking where water will come from in the future, and how th ...

Ines Giovannini| Mar 19, 2015

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Siemens at the Anuga Food Tec 2015

Under the banner "Making good things better", Siemens will be showcasing its latest products and solutions for the food and beverage industry at the Anuga FoodTec 2015, the international trade show for food production due to be held from 24 to 27 March. Siemens will be exhibiting in hall 7.1, booth C-071/C-079. At this year’s show, Siemens will be placing the focus on plant-wide automation solutions designed to continuously optimize the entire plant life cycle from product manufacturin ...

Adam Wesoly| Feb 27, 2015

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The Siemens press conference prior to the Hannover Messe 2015

From April 13 to 17, the eyes of global industry and press will be on Hanover again for the world’s largest industrial trade fair. Under the motto “On the way to Industrie 4.0 – Driving the Digital Enterprise”, Siemens will be showcasing its products and solutions for industry, energy and infrastructure for the 68th time at the Hannover Messe. Yesterday about 70 journalists from international media attended the company’s traditional pre-press conference to learn about the layout of this year’s S ...

Smart Grid Watch Team| Feb 10, 2015

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Create a more intelligent distribution grid with Siemens at E-world 2015

At E-world 2015 (Feb. 10-12, Essen, Germany), Siemens will feature several offerings to help utilities create more intelligent distribution grids -- through distribution automation, data management, control centers, and intelligent field assets. Visit the Siemens booth Hall 3 / Stand 3-211 Here is a preview of some of these offerings, and how they can benefit utilities in Germany and elsewhere. (See links and attached brochures for details.) FITformer REG. This regulated distribution transformer ...

Ines Giovannini| Nov 24, 2014

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SPS IPC Drives 2014: Our highlights

It’s almost that time again: SPS IPC Drives 2014 opens its doors in Nuremberg on November 25. Siemens will present its comprehensive portfolio of drive and automation systems in Hall 11 under the motto “Making Things Right.” What can visitors expect to see at the trade show this year? Here are the highlights: IE4 motors for Simotics GP and Simotics SD When it comes to energy efficiency, Siemens is taking another step into the future by offering Simotics asynchronous low-voltage motors on the h ...

Ines Giovannini| Nov 24, 2014

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SPS IPC Drives 2014: Unsere Highlights

Bald ist es wieder soweit – die SPS IPC Drives 2014 in Nürnberg öffnet am 25. November ihre Pforten. Unter dem Motto „Making Things Right“ präsentiert Siemens in Halle 11 sein umfangreiches Antriebs- und Automatisierungsportfolio. Was dürfen die Messebesucher diesmal erwarten? Hier die Highlights: IE4 Motoren für Simotics GP und Simotics SD Siemens geht in punkto Energieeffizienz einen weiteren Schritt in Richtung Zukunft und bietet ab sofort Simotics-Niederspannungsmotoren in Asynchrontechnik ...

Franziska Heinze| Nov 18, 2014

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Business Development Director at Actemium about longtime partnership with Siemens

Appie Broosma, Business Development Director improve their solutions at Actemium with Siemens.   Actemium has a longtime partnership with Siemens and use many of our products and systems in their industrial solutions. By exchanging their knowledge of their customers complex requierments, we at Siemens can refine our products so Actemium can improve their solutions. Find out more on our website siemens.com/braubeviale Want to watch more statements? Follow our BrauBeviale blog series.

Franziska Heinze| Nov 14, 2014

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Acting Director & Owner of Ingenieurbüro Ledwig on using Siemens products

Joachim Ledwig, Acting Director & Owner 'Ingenieurbüro Ledwig' on supporting & advicing the beverage industry since 25 years. Planning  and counseling for the beverage-, process- and energy industry since 25 years, Joachim Ledwig, not only but mainly, uses Siemens products covering the fields of automation, as well as control cabinets, transformer systems and low-voltage-switchboards. Summarizing these 25 years, even when there were problems at times, they were always openly addressed ...


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