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Siemens at Light + Building 2020 

Frankfurt am Main, 08 March to 13 March 2020

To me, a smart building is one that understands its environment

Cedrik Neike, CEO of Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Peter Löffler

“If these walls could talk:” buildings with a digital twin have a lot to tell us 

The expression “if these walls could talk” is taking on an entirely new meaning with the emerging opportunity to create digital twins for buildings. Across the entire lifecycle of structures such as office buildings, hospitals, airports and hotels, creating a digital twin can significantly reduce costs, improve efficiencies, speed construction delivery, as well as enhance performance and the user experience. 
Read the Opinion Paper
For the first time, the new electrical installation devices from Siemens combine protection and measurement functions in a single unit.

„Building the future today”: Siemens at the Light+Building 2020 in hall 11, booth B56

Additional server racks can be supplied in the data center via the tap-off units of the LData busbar trunking system.

A variety of tap-off units are available for LData (here in L-shape). They have a very compact design and can be placed either below or on the sides of the busbars.

A variety of tap-off units are available for LData (here in cubic shape). They have a very compact design and can be placed either below or on the sides of the busbars.

All the energy data from the eletcrical installation can be connected to analytics tools and digital environments through the new 7KN Powercenter 1000 gateway.    
The new Sentron “powermind” app analyzes energy data directly in MindSphere, the cloud-based, open IoT operating system from Siemens.
For the first time, the updated version of the Sentron “powermanager” power monitoring software can be directly integrated into the Siemens Desigo CC building management system.

Further Information

Cedrik Neike

Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Contact

Heidi Fleissner

Smart Infrastructure

+49 173 7383392

Catharina Bujnoch-Gross

Smart Infrastructure

+41 79 5660778

Link to this page
www.siemens.com/press/lightbuilding-2020