- Digital twin of the machine, the workpiece, and the controller available in an end-to-end offering on Siemens Xcelerator Marketplace
- Siemens underscores its technology leadership in combining the real world with the digital world
- Less scrap and avoidance of machine damage
- Up to 40 percent faster production ramp-up of the machine
The technology company
Siemens, an innovation leader in automation and digitalization, and DMG MORI, a
leading global supplier of cutting-edge machine tools for turning, milling, and
grinding as well as for additive manufacturing, are presenting the first end-to-end
digital twin for machine tool machining on Siemens Xcelerator. Based on the
Digital Native CNC Sinumerik One, the offering includes the digital twin of the
controller, the customer-specific DMG MORI machine tool, and the workpiece and
is available now on Siemens Xcelerator Marketplace.
- Partnership enables Siemens to become a one-stop-shop solutions provider of e-mobility services for corporate fleet and facility management
- Feature-filled software with high flexibility and convenience for EV drivers and fleet operators
Siemens and the electric vehicle (EV) charging platform provider Monta have partnered to facilitate the expansion of
charging infrastructure across Europe. Siemens will use Monta’s Charge Point
Management System to manage its own fleet and charging points, as well
as to serve customers with a fully-fledged solution for EV charging at work, in
public and at home, enabling high availability.
- 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.
Under the motto "Accelerate transformation for a sustainable tomorrow", Siemens will be presenting at this year's EMO how companies in the machine tool industry can master current challenges, such as the increasing need for energy efficiency and sustainability, while at the same time meeting the demand for high-quality, affordable, and individualized products.
The key to meeting these challenges - building on automation - lies in digitalization and the resulting data transparency. Only a digital enterprise is able to connect the real world with the digital world and make the right decisions using smart software tools in order to produce flexibly, quickly and sustainably.
You can experience the Siemens solutions and meet with the experts in
person at the EMO exhibition booth (Hall 9, G54) in Hannover.
- Equipping the Harburg II bus depot in Hamburg is a follow-on project to the successful construction of three technical centers at the Alsterdorf bus depot
- Infrastructure to establish an electric bus fleet in Saarlouis
- 40 charging points in total
- Charging infrastructure, including planning, construction and connection to the medium-voltage grid
Siemens has received two major orders to set up
the charging infrastructure for electric buses (e-buses) in two cities in
Germany. In Hamburg, Siemens will again support Hamburger Hochbahn AG, one of
Germany´s largest public transport companies, in reaching its goal of operating
a completely emission-free bus fleet by 2030. In Saarlouis, Siemens will enable
the smooth transition to electric buses for Kreisverkehrsbetriebe Saarlouis
(KVS GmbH). The projects include planning, installing the charging
infrastructure and integrating it into the medium-voltage grid. This is
complemented by multi-year maintenance contracts. In Hamburg alone, eliminating
all diesel-powered buses will save approximately 66,000 tons of CO2
- 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.
- Siemens launches study of 1,400 executives globally revealing regional, city and industry insights regarding the infrastructure transition across energy systems, mobility and buildings
- Decarbonization is a top priority within the infrastructure transition, but progress is too slow
- Over 50% of executives believe decarbonization is a competitive advantage, but less than half believe their country has an effective decarbonization strategy
- Technology and digitalization key levers of a successful infrastructure transition
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has released key insights into the divisive nature of the infrastructure transition in a new report, titled “Siemens Infrastructure Transition Monitor 2023: The Great Divide on The Path to Net Zero.” Data from the report reveals that there is limited alignment on priorities and how best to progress towards a decarbonized and resource-efficient world. Whilst more than half of people surveyed believe the infrastructure transition is accelerating in their region, a quarter of participants - senior executives from seven major industry groups - said that progress is “too slow”, while 29 percent believe progress is “coordinated”, and 31 percent describe it as “on target”.
- Sinumerik Ctrl-E in V6.22 with new functions for evaluating and reducing energy consumption
- Flexible HMI portfolio for multifunctional machine tools
- Perfect compatibility in use and programming for easy integration into the existing machine fleet
At this year's EMO, Siemens is expanding its range of products and services with the "Digital Native" CNC Sinumerik One. The new CNC generation from Siemens, which was launched on the market in 2019, comes with numerous innovations in software and hardware. With the new Sinumerik software version V6.22, there are new technology functions for the Sinumerik One that increase transparency in the machine, simplify operation, reduce machine wear, and increase performance. This leads to the optimal use of available resources, for example by reducing scrap and repairs. It also helps to increase machine productivity by minimizing idle and production times, for example.
- Siemens smart buildings portfolio, including Building X, recognized as Accredited Solutions by WiredScore
- WiredScore sets a global standard for technology in the built world
- SmartScore certification by WiredScore supports global investors and building operators to implement smart, connected buildings according to highest industry benchmarks and tenant expectations
- Accreditation underlines Siemens’ commitment to support customers in achieving smart and future-poof buildings
Siemens Smart Infrastructure’s smart buildings portfolio, designed to help building
owners create healthy, comfortable, and sustainable buildings – whether greenfield
or retrofits – has been recognized by WiredScore’s Accredited Solutions. The
accreditation for smart solution providers is granted by WiredScore, a US-based
company that sets a global standard for technology in the built world through
certification and education.
- Investment of CHF250 million creates climate neutral campus for 1,700 colleagues
- State-of-the-art sustainability flagship built by combining real and digital worlds
- Inauguration of R&D facility marks final addition to the Siemens Campus in Zug
- Siemens Smart Infrastructure business aims to advance technology for a greener future
today inaugurated a new Research and Development (R&D) facility in the
presence of Swiss Economy Minister Guy Parmelin, Canton Zug Government
Councilor Silvia Thalmann-Gut and Roland Busch, the President and CEO of
Siemens AG, to mark the completion of its CHF250 million investment and the
seven-year construction of its climate-neutral campus in Zug, Switzerland.