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Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017

Hanover, 24 April to 28 April 2017

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Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017

Klaus Helmrich, Managing Board member of Siemens AG and responsible for the Divisions Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives at the Hannover Messe press conference. The concrete examples presented by Siemens in Hanover give companies a compelling insight into what the fusion of real and virtual worlds can do for them. The Highlight Showcases – the main exhibits in the fields of Energy for Industry, Additive Manufacturing, Food and Beverage and Pharma – illustrate selected aspects of interest in a way that makes them properly tangible for companies in the areas concerned.

Klaus Helmrich at the press conference at Hannover Messe 2017

"Working hand in hand with our partners and industrial customers, we are continuing to drive forward the expansion of MindSphere as a platform as a service, creating an ever more extensive eco system," explained Klaus Helmrich, member of the managing board, at the press conference at Hannover Messe on April, 24.

Siemens offers the digital twin across the entire value chain

"With our software portfolio we are the only supplier capable of offering the digital twin across the entire value chain – for products, for production and complete plants," says Klaus Helmrich, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG. "We are also supporting new production methods with innovative solutions for handling systems and robot integration and through the creation of an open, digital global marketplace for additive manufacturing."

Further Information

Information on Siemens at the Hannover Messe

Tour Szydlo und Merkel

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser hands over a 3D printed bouquet of flowers to Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo during her visit at the Siemens booth with Chancellor Angela Merkel and Johanna Wanka, Federal Minister for Education.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser hands over a 3D printed bouquet of flowers to Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo during her visit at the Siemens booth with Chancellor Angela Merkel and Johanna Wanka, Federal Minister for Education. In Front a "SpiderBot"- developed by Siemens - the prototype of a mobile robot.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser hands over a 3D printed duplicate to Chancellor Angela Merkel during her visit at the Siemens booth with Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser presents a SpiderBot – the prototype of a mobile robot – to Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser hands over a 3D printed duplicate to Chancellor Angela Merkel during her visit of the Siemens booth with Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo. In Front a "SpiderBot" - developed by Siemens - the prototype of a mobile robot.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser presents a SpiderBot – the prototype of a mobile robot – to Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017 – Prime Minister Szydlo and Chancellor Merkel visit Siemens

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser hands over a 3D printed duplicate to Chancellor Angela Merkel during her visit of the Siemens booth with Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo. In Front a "SpiderBot" - developed by Siemens - the prototype of a mobile robot.

Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2017

A "SpiderBot"- developed by Siemens - the prototype of a mobile robot.

Booth Pictures Hannover Messe

Siemens extends Digital Enterprise for greater efficiency and flexibility in industry

At the Hannover Messe 2017, Siemens will be demonstrating how industrial companies of all sizes can benefit from the digital transformation. The central focus of the 3,500-square meter booth in Hall 9 will be on the company's further extended portfolio for the achievement of end-to-end digitalization, known as the "Digital Enterprise".

Press releases about products and solutions

Press Release28 April 2017

Siemens offers new components for power monitoring system

Press Release28 April 2017

Siemens offers new compact vacuum circuit breakers

Press Release24 April 2017

Sinacon HC – hybrid converter for innovative grids

Press Release24 April 2017

New Remote Terminal Unit expands scope for telecontrol applications

Press Release24 April 2017

adidas and Siemens set to collaborate in the digital production of sporting goods

Press Release21 April 2017

Connecting RFID to cloud systems such as MindSphere boosts efficiency and quality

Press Release21 April 2017

MindSphere with new partners, new applications and extended connectivity

Press Release20 April 2017

Plug & Play for process automation – integrated engineering out-of-the-box

Press Release20 April 2017

Integration into TIA Portal for simpler engineering of telecontrol solutions

Press Release19 April 2017

High-performance Simotics DP roller table motor for extreme conditions

Press Release19 April 2017

Compact cellular router with MindConnect enables direct connectivity to MindSphere

Press Release18 April 2017

Robust IWLAN devices enable flexible application in harsh environments

Press Release18 April 2017

Totally IP65 protected Comfort Panels for operator control and monitoring

Press Release12 April 2017

Compact, flexible Profinet switches for process automation

Press Release12 April 2017

Performance enhancements for Advanced Controllers for automation

Press Release11 April 2017

New Logo!Power supply devices for up to 100 watts in ultra-narrow design

Press Release04 April 2017

Siemens supplies digitalization package for the next Simotics SD motor generation

Press Release14 March 2017

Siemens TIA Portal with more openness and end-to-end work processes

Press Release14 March 2017

New servo drive system simplifies project engineering for machine builders

Press Release14 March 2017

Siemens drives power converter business through improved integration

Press Release14 March 2017

Basic industrial PCs for many different applications in the price-sensitive segment

Press Release14 March 2017

OPC UA enables fast, reliable communication for power supplies

Press Release14 March 2017

Siemens presents new ARPEX all-steel coupling

Press Release14 March 2017

Digital ultrasonic flow system with high accuracy and noise immunity

Press Release14 March 2017

Innovative design concept for Simotics HV C

Press Release14 March 2017

Optimized cell technology reduces overall width of Sinamics Perfect Harmony GH180

Press Release14 March 2017

Siemens transformers receive iF Design Award

Press Release14 March 2017

More digitalization down to the field level with Profinet and Simatic PCS 7

Press Release10 November 2016

Siemens and Bentley Systems advance strategic alliance including joint investment initiatives

Product Pictures

Optimum machine safety using Extended Safety Integrated functions

Siemens extends the Sinamics S210 servodrive system to include the Extended Safety Integrated functions. The existing basic functions such as Safe Torque Off (STO), Safe Stop 1 (SS1) and Safe Brake Control (SBC) are now complemented by extended functions provided by the new firmware versions V5.1 SP1: Safe Stop 2 (SS2), Safe Operating Stop (SOS), Safely-Limited Speed (SLS), Safe Speed Monitor (SSM), Safe Direction (SDI), and Safe Brake Test (SBT).

TIA Portal V15 engineering framework: Focus on applications, digitalization and efficiency

With the new version of the TIA Portal V15 (Totally Integrated Automation Portal), Siemens is extending its engineering framework to include a range of new practical digitalization functions to shorten engineering times. The main features of the innovations are extension of the application possibilities, expansion of the digitalization portfolio, standardization and higher engineering efficiency.

Siemens and TCS join Forces for Industrial IoT on MindSphere

Siemens and TCS join Forces for Industrial IoT on MindSphere: Tata Consultancy Services, a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, and Siemens unveiled a new collaboration around Internet of Things (IoT) innovation.

Siemens offers new components for power monitoring system

Together with the powermanager software, the devices 7KM PAC3200T and 7KM PAC2200 offer a power monitoring system that is particularly suitable for small and medium-sized companies.

Siemens offers new compact vacuum circuit breakers

Vacuum circuit breakers Sion Lateral 3AE61 has a particularly compact design and is more lightweight than comparable products.

Sinacon HC – hybrid converter for innovative grids

The modular, flexible hybrid converter Sinacon HC creates innovative scope for feeding into public grids and the creation and operation of microgrids.

New Remote Terminal Unit expands scope for telecontrol applications

The new Remote Terminal Unit Simatic RTU3010C and the functions added to the Simatic RTU3030C are extending the application scope of compact RTUs for telecontrol applications. These can be used for the simple implementation and monitoring of measurement points for important process data such as level, flow and fill level, as well as pressure and temperature, even for plants spread over a wide geographical area.

Connecting RFID to cloud systems such as MindSphere boosts efficiency and quality

With the launch of new firmware release V3, the Simatic RF600 RFID system now supports the open interface OPC UA. The new firmware allows devices to be connected to the cloud-based open Internet of Things (IoT) operating system MindSphere – for instance over the industrial IoT gateway Ruggedcom RX1400 with MindConnect or with the cloud gateway MindConnect Nano.

Plug & Play for process automation – integrated engineering out-of-the-box

With the Simatic PCS 7 Plant Automation Accelerator, Siemens is launching a cross-system engineering tool for planners and automation specialists to allow simple, efficient Simatic PCS 7 process control system development.

Integration into TIA Portal for simpler engineering of telecontrol solutions

With its new TIM 1531 IRC communication module, Siemens is extending its telecontrol product spectrum to include modular RTUs (Remote Terminal Units) on the basis of the Advanced Controller Simatic S7-1500. This module enables Sinaut ST7 telecontrol solutions to be engineered directly in the TIA Portal (Step 7 Professional V14 SP1).

Compact cellular router with MindConnect enables direct connectivity to MindSphere

The router Ruggedcom RX1400 with MindConnect running in the VPE1400 is a plug & play solution that enables users to easily and reliably read out data with OPC UA and/or an S7-connection from their assets and pre-process it for the transfer to MindSphere. Subsequently, the encrypted data is transferred to MindSphere, where it is available for processing and analysis.

High-performance Simotics DP roller table motor for extreme conditions

Their torsionally rigid ring rib enclosure and bearing plates in spheroidal graphite cast iron make Simotics DP roller table motors ideal for use in the harshest of mechanical ambient conditions.

High-performance Simotics DP roller table motor for extreme conditions

Compared to the predecessor series, the new Simotics DP roller table motors offer extremely high power density.

Totally IP65 protected Comfort Panels for operator control and monitoring

Siemens has added Simatic HMI Comfort Panels PRO (PROtected) to its totally IP65 protected devices for operator control and monitoring. The new panels with 12, 15, 19 and 22 inch screen diagonals provide the same functions as the built-in units, and are designed for cabinet-free visualization and automation.

Robust IWLAN devices enable flexible application in harsh environments

Siemens is extending its Industrial Wireless LAN (IWLAN) portfolio to include rugged, compact new Scalance W778-1 M12 access points and W738-1 M12 client modules with a protection rating of IP65. Their compact design enables flexible, space saving installation.

Compact, flexible Profinet switches for process automation

Siemens offers Scalance XF-200BA, a new line of compact switches. The flexible use of various bus adapters allows users to set up electrical and optical line, star and ring structures. Bus adapters are available with RJ45, SCRJ and LC connection systems.

Performance enhancements for Advanced Controllers for automation

The two fail-safe 1511TF-1 PN and 1515TF-2 PN technology CPUs are new additions to the portfolio of the Simatic S7-1500 Advanced Controller. The Simatic S7-1500 T-CPUs are specifically matched with Sinamics V90 PN and Sinamics S210 servo drive systems for mid-range motion control applications. The new PS 60W 24/48/60 V DC HF power supply module for the Simatic S7-1500 Advanced Controller buffers the energy in the event of power failures.

New Logo!Power supply devices for up to 100 watts in ultra-narrow design

With the 4th generation of Logo!Power, Siemens has extended its power supply portfolio to include two additional power supply devices as well as additional functionalities and new scope for application. This series of compact devices now comes with a narrower width reduced by 18 millimeters, allowing more flexible mounting, for instance on DIN rails in distribution boards, or directly on walls or ceilings.

Siemens supplies digitalization package for the next Simotics SD motor generation

The next generation of Simotics SD motors from Siemens offers a comprehensive digitalization package to meet future challenges in drive technology.

Innovative design concept for Simotics HV C

With their innovative cooling concepts and innovative design features, the high-voltage motors of the Simotics HV C series combine rugged durability with high power density.

Innovative design concept for Simotics HV C

The compact, reliable Simotics HV C motors are suitable for widely diverse applications.

More digitalization down to the field level with Profinet and Simatic PCS 7

With Version 9 of its Simatic PCS 7 process control system, Siemens is opening up scope for new perspectives to plant operators in the process industries. This represents another important step forward by Siemens towards digitalization. Version 9 of the process control system Simatic PCS 7 supports the world leading Industrial Ethernet standard Profinet with two new distributed I/O lines for greater digitalization down to the field level and a range of software innovations.

Basic industrial PCs for many different applications in the price-sensitive segment

Siemens has now expanded its range of industrial PCs to include the Simatic IPC327E Box PC and Simatic IPC377E Panel PC. These new fanless devices in the Basic IPC series are optimized for many different industry-related automation applications in the low-price segment. They are particularly suitable for HMI applications, assembly workstations, warehousing and logistics, for data collection, e.g. production and energy data, as well as for production networking and simple image processing.

Siemens transformers receive iF Design Award

The iF Design Award is considered the Oscar of the industry and continues to be very popular. In 2017, approximately 5,600 products from 59 countries were submitted for judging. iF has dedicated itself to organizing design competitions since 1953 and is a globally accepted seal of quality for excellent design and outstanding design achievements. The Siemens Geafol transformer received an iF Design Award in 1973.

Siemens transformers receive iF Design Award

The iF Design Award is considered the Oscar of the industry and continues to be very popular. In 2017, approximately 5,600 products from 59 countries were submitted for judging. iF has dedicated itself to organizing design competitions since 1953 and is a globally accepted seal of quality for excellent design and outstanding design achievements. The Siemens Geafol transformer received an iF Design Award in 1973.

OPC UA enables fast, reliable communication for power supplies

The Sitop PSU8600 power supply system from Siemens supports the open communication standard OPC UA.

Siemens presents new ARPEX all-steel coupling

At the Hannover Messe 2017, Siemens will present an additional series in the range of torsionally rigid all-steel disc couplings: the new N-ARPEX coupling with improved performance characteristics. An optimized disc pack and a revised component design facilitate the transmission of higher torques and speeds as well as a higher bore capacity with standard hubs. All-steel couplings can be used in all applications that require reliable torque transmission in set-ups with shaft displacement.

Digital ultrasonic flow system with high accuracy and noise immunity

Combining the new Sitrans FST030 transmitter with dependable Sitrans FSS200 clamp-on sensors, Siemens is launching the next generation of digital clamp-on ultrasonic flow measurement technology: the Sitrans FS230. The new flow system with high accuracy and noise immunity is suitable for a broad array of industries requiring high-quality liquid flow measurement, including water and wastewater, power, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and chemical.

Optimized cell technology reduces overall width of Sinamics Perfect Harmony GH180

Compatibility with almost every motor type makes the medium-voltage converter suitable for wide-ranging applications.

Optimized cell technology reduces overall width of Sinamics Perfect Harmony GH180

Due to the new PCB cell design, the latest generation of the Sinamics Perfect Harmony GH180 is now around 20 percent narrower than comparable converters.

Further Information

Press conference ahead of the Hannover Messe 2017

On Tuesday, March 14th, the traditional press conference prior to Hannover Messe took place. Insights into the company's planned business and technological orientation were provided by Dr. Jan Mrosik, CEO of the Digital Factory Division; Dr. Jürgen Brandes, CEO of the Process Industries and Drives Division; and Dr. Beatrix Natter, CEO of the Energy Management Division's Transformers Business Unit. In addition, these executives were highlighting the latest product innovations being unveiled at this year's Hannover Messe.

Event Pictures

Siemens press conference ahead of the Hannover Messe 2017

On Tuesday March 14 the traditional press conference ahead of the Hannover Messe took place in Karlsruhe. The photo shows from the left to the right: Eckhard Eberle, CEO of the Business Unit Process Automation, Jan Michael Mrosik, CEO of the Division Digital Factory, Günter Gaugler, Press Officer, Jürgen Brandes, CEO of the Division Process Industries and Drives and Beatrix Natter, CEO of the Business Unit Transformers.

Opening of the press conference ahead of Hannover Messe 2017

Eckhard Eberle, CEO of the Business Unit Process Automation opens the Siemens press conference ahead of the Hannover Messe 2017.

Integrated portfolio for the Digital Enterprise

Jan Mrosik, CEO of the Division Digital Factory, is convinced: "Only companies who digitalize their processes across the board will remain competitive." Integration of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) and Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) into the shared collaboration platform Teamcenter enables the seamless flow of data between every step of the value chain: from product design through production planning, engineering and production to servicing – and back.

Sector-specific solutions for the process industries

"To utilize the opportunities offered by digitalization for legacy systems, open standards, efficient communication networks and integrated automation and drive technologies are hugely important," explains Jürgen Brandes, CEO of the Process Industries and Drives Division. "Also vital is the ability to efficiently create and maintain the digital twin of a plant or its sub-systems. We rely here on partnerships such as our cooperation with Bentley Systems, which enables our customers to integrate realistic 3D models into our engineering system Comos – even for existing plants.

Integrated solutions for digital power distribution

"Our integrated solutions for digital power distribution mean that our customers can concentrate fully on their core business," says Beatrix Natter, CEO of the Transformers Business Unit of Siemens Energy Management. "We enable our customers to develop their own energy management system and so benefit from the possibilities offered by the energy market."

Siemens press conference ahead of the Hannover Messe 2017

With its international press conference ahead of the Hannover Messe 2017 on March 14, Siemens gave an outlook on its trade fair presentation as well as on its state-of-the-art solutions for various industries. Within this context the CEOs of the Divisions Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives as well as of the Business Units Process Automation and Transformers gave insights into the planned business and technological orientation and into the latest product innovations being unveiled at this year's Hannover Messe.

Further Information

Klaus Helmrich

Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG

Contact

David Petry

Digital Industries

+49 173 5371050

Link to this page
www.siemens.com/press/hm17