- Industry-defining digital twin for machine tool processing available in an end-to-end offering on the Siemens Xcelerator Marketplace
- Virtual machine and virtual CNC simulate milling of virtual part
- Efficiency gains include up to 40 percent faster ramp-up time
- Siemens and DMG MORI partnership underscores power of ecosystems
- Milestone marks another step toward industrial metaverse
Siemens AG and DMG MORI, global leaders in
automation and precision machine tools, are offering an industry-defining
digital twin for machine tool processing on the Siemens Xcelerator Marketplace.
Based on the Digital Native CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) Sinumerik One, this
offering encompasses a digital twin of the control system, the machine tool and
the workpiece, enabling breakthrough improvements in sustainability,
flexibility and time-to-market. CNC SINUMERIK ONE is the leading-edge control
system responsible for machining with machine tools.
- Humanitarian assistance for those impacted by the Morroco earthquake and Liby flooding
- Companies will match every euro donatd by their people
- Siemens Caring Hands e.V. supports relief organizations on the ground
and Siemens Healthineers have each provided €500,000 in immediate assistance to
mitigate the suffering of earthquake and flood victims in Morrocco and Libya
and to support rescue efforts. In addition, both companies have called on the
people they employ to make donations. Every euro contributed as part of this
donation drive will be matched.
analyst firm recognizes Siemens for clear strategy, broad portfolio and
successful commitment to industrial metaverse
manager Virginie Maillard elected to the Metaverse Standards Forum’s board of
the leading international provider in the growing industrial metaverse market,
according to the latest PAC RADAR from PAC, the renowned market research
company specializing in business software, IT services and digital
transformation. This rating is based on three aspects: a clear strategy, an
existing portfolio and the progress Siemens is making in this area.
- Number of people in the company’s educational programs in Germany grows 15 percent: more than 1,500 apprentices and participants in work-study programs to start their careers at Siemens in 2023
- Almost all apprenticeships and work-study positions on offer focus on jobs in technical areas, including IT
- Siemens and FAU are cooperating for a new English-language master’s program in sustainability management
More than 1,500 apprentices and participants in work-study programs in Germany will start their careers at Siemens on September 1. Despite the scarcity of applicants in the country’s apprenticeship market, this number has significantly increased compared to the previous year (2022: 1,300; 15 percent increase). For a while now, there has been an imbalance between supply and demand on Germany’s apprenticeship market: At the start of August, more than 220,000 training positions were reported as vacant. However, only around 117,000 of the country’s young people are currently looking for an apprenticeship.
- Heliox expands Siemens eMobility’s offering for the growing eBus and eTruck charging market, and for depot and fleet solutions
- Accelerates value creation in Siemens’ fast-growing eMobility business
- Adds attractive digitalization and software potential
has signed an agreement to acquire Heliox, a Netherlands-based technology
leader in fast charging solutions, serving e-Bus and e-Truck fleets and
passenger vehicles. The acquisition will complement Siemens’ existing eMobility
charging portfolio, adding products and solutions for DC fastcharging focused
on eBus and eTruck fleets. Heliox’s portfolio will also extend Siemens’ market reach,
primarily in Europe and North America, while improving capabilities in power electronics.
The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approval.
We released our third quarter results for fiscal year 2023 on August 10, 2023. The Press Conference Call and the Analyst Call were broadcast live.
- Orders rose 15 percent on a comparable basis to €24.2 billion and again reached a very high level (Q3 2022: €22.0 billion)
- Revenue grew 10 percent on a comparable basis to €18.9 billion (Q3 2022: €17.9 billion)
- Profit Industrial Business totaled €2.8 billion (Q3 2022: €2.9 billion) with a strong increase at Smart Infrastructure and Digital Industries
- Net income was €1.4 billion (Q3 2022: a net loss of €1.5 billion)
- Free cash flow all-in at group level was an outstanding €3.0 billion, a 29 percent increase (Q3 2022: €2.3 billion)
- Outlook on group level confirmed for fiscal 2023 for revenue growth and EPS pre PPA, excluding the Siemens Energy Investment
its profitable growth trajectory in Q3 2023 (ended June 30, 2023),
with all industrial businesses achieving strong revenue growth. Order momentum
in the company’s major projects and systems business was also strong. The
book-to-bill ratio was an excellent 1.28, while the order backlog of €110 billion
was again at a record high level. Siemens confirms its outlook on group level
for fiscal 2023 and continues to expect revenue growth of 9 percent to 11 percent
and basic earnings per share before purchase price allocation accounting (EPS
pre PPA) of €9.60 to €9.90, excluding the Siemens Energy Investment.
- Siemens to donate EUR 500,000 to foundation for mountain rescue services
- Funds to further develop globally unique Bavarian Mountain Rescue Service's center for Safety and Training in Bad Tölz
- Half of donations from Siemens employees
the charitable association Siemens Caring Hands e.V. are supporting the Stiftung
Bergwacht, a non-profit foundation for mountain rescue services, with a
donation of €500,000. The foundation will use the donation to further develop
the Bavarian Mountain Rescue Service’s Center for Safety and Training in Bad
Tölz, Germany, and thus improve disaster prevention in Germany and Europe. Half
the donation is from Siemens employees and half from Siemens AG. The funds are part
of a donation pool that Siemens set up in 2021 in response to the flood
disaster on the Ahr River in the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate, North
Rhine-Westphalia and Bavaria. Over the past two years, €2.8 million from the
pool has been used to support 25 emergency, reconstruction and prevention