- HEEDS AI Simulation Predictor empowers organizations to take full advantage of the digital twin to optimize products through advanced state-of-the-art AI with built-in accuracy awareness
- Innovative, high-performing, designs can be produced faster by using knowledge and learnings from historical simulation studies
- Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling uses high-fidelity simulation or test data to train and validate AI/ML models to make predictions in fractions of a second
Siemens Digital Industries Software today set the benchmark for innovation in the field of engineering simulation with the launch of two groundbreaking solutions - HEEDS™ AI Simulation Predictor software and Simcenter™ Reduced Order Modeling software. These tools empower engineers to tackle the most complex challenges manufacturers face, delivering predictive performance with speed, precision, and efficiency.
- AWS IoT SiteWise Edge now available as application on Siemens Industrial Edge Marketplace
- Seamless integration of edge and cloud helps customers optimize industrial operations
- Collect, organize, and analyze Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data at scale to make better, data-driven decisions
AWS IoT SiteWise Edge is now available on the Siemens Industrial Edge Marketplace. From there,
customers can deploy it on Siemens Industrial Edge for centralized app and
device management and combine it with a variety of other apps and edge devices,
from Siemens and other vendors, to configure an IoT solution for their specific
challenges. AWS IoT SiteWise Edge is an on-premises software that is part of the Industrial
IoT services portfolio of Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) and can collect,
process, and monitor equipment data locally, even without an internet
- Red Bull Ford Powertrains is using the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of industry software to develop a new hybrid power unit for 2026 racing season
- Hybrid power unit specifications for the 2026 season require a more even split between Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and electric power
Siemens Digital Industries Software
announced today that Red Bull Ford Powertrains has leveraged the Siemens
Xcelerator portfolio of industry software to rapidly develop the next
generation hybrid ICE/electric driven Power Unit (PU) for the Formula 1 2026
We released our fourth quarter results and the preliminary figures for fiscal year 2023 on November 16, 2023. The press conference and the analyst call were broadcast live.
- Orders in fiscal 2023 rose 7 percent on a comparable basis to €92.3 billion (fiscal 2022: €89.0 billion)
- Revenue in fiscal 2023 grew 11 percent on a comparable basis to €77.8 billion (fiscal 2022: €72.0 billion)
- New record highs: Profit Industrial Business of €11.4 billion (fiscal 2022: €10.3 billion); profit margin Industrial Business climbed to 15.4 percent (fiscal 2022: 15.1 percent)
- Free cash flow for Siemens Group at record level of €10.0 billion (fiscal 2022: €8.2 billion)
- Net income nearly doubled to historic high of €8.5 billion (fiscal 2022: €4.4 billion)
- Increased dividend of €4.70 per share proposed (fiscal 2022: €4.25)
- Innomotics: Preparation of standalone options to be initiated
- Outlook for fiscal 2024: Siemens expects revenue growth of 4 percent to 8 percent on a comparable basis and basic earnings per share before purchase price allocation accounting, excluding the Siemens Energy Investment, of between €10.40 and €11.00
continued its profitable growth trajectory and set multiple new records in
fiscal 2023 (ended September 30, 2023). In a historic, record-breaking
performance by Siemens’ operating business, revenue for the full year rose 11 percent
on a comparable basis – excluding currency translation and portfolio effects – to
the upper end of the company’s raised guidance (9 percent to 11 percent).
The profit and profitability of the Industrial Business reached new record
levels as did net income. Shareholders are also to benefit
from the company’s outstanding performance. The Supervisory Board and Managing
Board propose increasing the dividend from €4.25 in fiscal 2022 to €4.70 a share.
- New Industrial Edge partnerships enable easy integration of machine vision into Siemens automation technology
- Improves product quality control and addresses labor shortages
- Basler cameras combined with Siemens automation portfolio create a standardized infrastructure for visual inspection also for TIA
- MVTec app on Industrial Edge facilitates end-to-end anomaly detection
Two industry leaders in
machine vision and industrial image processing are independently joining forces
with Siemens. As a result of the new partnerships, customers will be able to integrate
machine vision applications directly into their existing automation technology.
By combining their respective strengths, portfolios, and experience, it will be
possible to offer plug-and-play machine vision solutions – aligned portfolio of
automation and machine vision components consisting of hardware and software.
- Acquisition enables customers to more easily add design-specific reliability verification and analysis to integrated circuit (IC) design flows
Digital Industries Software announced today that it has completed the
acquisition of Insight EDA Inc., an EDA software company delivering
groundbreaking circuit reliability solutions to many of the world’s leading
integrated circuit (IC) design teams.
- Siemens intends to acquire 18% in
Siemens Ltd. India for a purchase price of 2.1 billion euro
- Siemens and Siemens Energy will
jointly propose to the Board of Directors of Siemens Ltd. India to separate the
energy business by way of a demerger
- Simplification of corporate setup in
one of the fastest growing and strategically important markets
- Siemens has agreed with Siemens
Energy indirect financial measures totaling one billion euro to allow third
parties to arrange guarantees for Siemens Energy
Siemens AG has taken measures to support the stability
of Siemens Energy AG and accelerate separation in India – in the best possible
interests of all parties. Specifically, Siemens intends to enter into a share
purchase agreement with Siemens Energy to acquire an 18% stake in Siemens Ltd.
India from Siemens Energy for a purchase price of 2.1 billion euro in cash.
This would increase Siemens’ stake in the publicly listed Siemens Ltd. India from
51% to 69%, while Siemens Energy’s stake would decrease from 24% to 6%. With
the intended acquisition, Siemens and Siemens Energy accelerate unbundling the
business activities of the Indian subsidiary of Siemens. The
purchase price reflects a customary discount of 15% on the 5-trading-days volume-weighted
average price before the day of signing. Siemens will provide no new guarantees to Siemens Energy.