Siemens Mobility and
Deutsche Bahn have jointly launched a groundbreaking project that takes public
transportation in Munich to a new level. As part of this pioneering
collaboration, modern S-Bahn trains have been developed to provide passengers
with an even more pleasant and efficient travel experience. The new S-Bahn
trains not only promise increased capacity but also set new standards in terms
of comfort, sustainability, and technology.
April 25-27, 2023
Under the motto "Intelligent intralogistics - experience the flow", Siemens will present at this year's Logimat in Hall 3, Stand D11, how a holistic digital twin is developed with the Digital Enterprise Portfolio. Simulation using a digital twin makes it possible to design applications and processes in intralogistics in a highly efficient, flexible and intelligent way. Siemens supports machine builders and operators of logistics centers on the path to digital transformation. The Digital Enterprise Portfolio offers an integrated product portfolio of software-based systems and automation technologies at the center of which is the digital twin. You can experience Siemens solutions and experts in person at the Logimat trade show booth in Stuttgart.
Hannover, April 17 to April 21, 2023
April 17, Cedrik Neike, Member of the
Managing Board of Siemens AG and CEO of Siemens Digital Industries, will
talk about the
solutions Siemens is developing for a smarter and more
sustainable industry. These solutions are needed in a world where industry is constantly confronted with challenges such as Covid, conflicts and last but not least, climate change.
Under the motto "Accelerate
Transformation", you will learn how industrial companies are working faster than ever to digitize and automate entire value chains. All with the aim of making them faster, more adaptable and more resistant.
Part of this process is the decarbonization of the industry, which requires a sustainable approach in all process steps. At our booth we will showcase how Siemens is using open standards to provide end-to-end solutions that help improve the sustainability of all process steps along the entire battery lifecycle. The goal: to minimize the carbon footprint, as well as to enhance resource efficiency through optimal utilization of materials required for battery production.
Date: April 17-21, 2023
Location: Hanover Fair
Where: Siemens booth Hall 9, Booth D53
Hybrid press conference and Q&A: 17:15 - 18:00
(participation on site + livestream).
Participation in the press conference is possible
both on-site at our booth and digitally via livestream.
Please click on the button above to register. We
are looking forward to seeing you!
Siemens Mobility has received an order for 1,200 locomotives
of 9,000 horsepower (HP) from Indian Railways, marking the single largest
locomotive order in the history of Siemens Mobility and single largest order in
the history of Siemens India. Siemens Mobility will design, manufacture,
commission and test the locomotives. Deliveries are planned over an eleven-year
period, and the contract includes 35 years of full service maintenance.
delivers 90 Velaro
MS high-speed trains (ICE 3neo) for Deutsche Bahn. The first train of the
ICE 3neo fleet started passenger service on December 5, 2022, just two
and a half years after the first order.
Fraport AG, operator of the Frankfurt Airport, has commissioned Siemens, lead in a consortium with Max Bögl Group and Keolis Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, to deliver a fully automated Airval people mover. The Airval will connect the Terminal 2 with the new Terminal 3 and the Station at Terminal 1. The line will be 5.6 kilometers long, and have two tracks and three stations. Siemens will deliver 12 fully automated two-car trains equipped with GoA4 Communication Based Train Control Trainguard MT CBTC, the trackwork equipment, the station platform doors, communication system, depot equipment and the power supply system. In addition, Siemens will take over the operation and maintenance of the system for five years with an option to extend service for another five years. The Airval system will be designed and developed at Siemens' Val world center of competence in Toulouse, France. The fully automated people mover is scheduled to begin service at the Frankfurt Airport in 2023.
Sustainability in additive manufacturing
What does truly environmentally friendly additive manufacturing look like? Using a few selected stations, our experts will explain how digitalization, efficient use of resources and cross-industry collaboration are creating sustainable additive manufacturing: With more efficient production processes, sustainable design and a resilient supply chain, additive manufacturing is helping to achieve climate goals and shape an environmentally friendly industry.Experience at our booth (D119, Hall 12.1) how Siemens brings together the real and the digital world to realize sustainable additive manufacturing.
Thus, the potential of additive manufacturing is manifold:
- More efficient production and more resilient supply chains through print-on-demand and digital warehousing.
- Quickly repair and improve products instead of replacing them
- Optimized product design thanks to completely new construction methods
- Improved material efficiency, circular economy and carbon footprint
- Individualization and industrialization at the same time - infinitely scalable production from lot size one to mass production
(DB) and Siemens Mobility are driving forward the climate-friendly transition
in transport and are testing the use of hydrogen for rail for the first time.
The aim is to test a completely new overall system consisting of a newly
developed train and a newly designed filling station.
Under the motto
digitalization for a sustainable tomorrow", Siemens will be presenting
solutions at AMB Stuttgart on how to accelerate digitalization in the machine
tool industry, optimize the sustainability of CNC manufacturing and improve the
user experience. Thanks to the continuous analysis of manufacturing data, there
is enormous optimization potential for machine tools.
experience the Siemens solutions and experts live at the AMB booth (Hall C2 | 2B03)
Siemens Mobility to install a 2,000 km state-of-the-art high-speed rail network that will connect 60 cities throughout the country with trains that can operate up to 230 km/h. The integrated system will create the 6ᵗʰ largest high-speed rail network in the world, and will provide 90% of Egyptians access to a modern, safe, and affordable transportation system. The fully electrified network will cut carbon emissions by 70% compared to current car or bus transport, further supporting Egypt’s efforts in transforming its mobility to a more sustainable one. Siemens Mobility will deliver 41 Velaro high-speed trains, 94 Desiro High Capacity regional train sets, and 41 Vectron freight locomotives. This contract also includes the development of eight depots and yards and 15 years of maintenance.