- Siemens Mobility supplying the complete system technology for C-ITS in Austria
- C-ITS allows for exchange of information between vehicles and the road via ITS-G5 broadcast technology
- ASFiNAG is the first infrastructure provider in Europe to install C-ITS
Siemens Mobility is pleased to announce that it is
partnering with ASFiNAG, the operating authority for the Austrian highway network,
to provide the technology for an intelligent traffic
management system that facilitates the exchange of safety information between
vehicles and the road. The “Cooperative Intelligent Transport System”
(C-ITS) is a next generation traffic management system that uses
broadcast technology to analyze roadway conditions and disseminates information
to motorists relating to traffic jams, accidents, and lane
closures. ASFiNAG is the first infrastructure
provider in Europe to reach the milestone of installing a network connecting
the vehicle and road. The process of implementing the system across 2,200
kilometers of highway and expressway in Austria has already started.
- Siemens, MW Storage International, Fluence and Vibeco develop unique ecosystem for global beverage manufacturer
- Solution to enable new levels of energy optimization
- Encompasses software, financing, latest storage technology
- Sinebrychoff’s first energy storage service contract
In a move that brings new market opportunities for industrial players, Siemens has developed a unique business model to support the next level of energy optimization for Finnish brewery Sinebrychoff, a subsidiary of the international Carlsberg Group. At the heart of the solution, which will be implemented at Sinebrychoff’s plant in greater Helsinki, is a virtual power plant (VPP) and the latest energy storage technology, supported with financing solutions, to create one of the first examples of power flexibility in an industrial site.
- Siemens Mobility intends to acquire Aldridge Traffic Controllers (ATC) based in Sydney, Australia
- ATC is a traffic controller provider with manufacturing and engineering competencies as well as a licensed SCATS® software distributor
- ATC is a main player in the Asia-Pacific market for urban traffic management, where SCATS® is the predominant technology
- The intended acquisition will allow Siemens Mobility ITS to enhance its core business, gain access to new customers and to expand its footprint
- Siemens Mobility will further implement its strategy for ITS to reduce congestion, increase safety and comfort and improve air quality in cities around the world
- The acquisition is subject to regulatory approval by the respective authorities
Siemens Mobility has initiated proceedings for the acquisition of Aldridge Traffic Controllers (ATC), a main player in the market for urban traffic control and SCATS® customers around the world. ATC is one of a few companies holding a license to distribute the Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System (SCATS®), a holistic, innovative and scalable system of traffic management software and SCATS® type approved controllers. Through the intended acquisition, SCATS® customers will get access to Siemens Mobility’s broad Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) product and solution portfolio as well as global ITS domain competence. Furthermore, the intended acquisition of ATC will allow Siemens Mobility to strengthen its core business of traffic management and expand its footprint and operations in the APAC region, one of the fastest growing markets for traffic management. As a result of this intended acquisition, Siemens Mobility will be able to provide the entire chain of major adaptive traffic control systems globally.
- Order worth almost €400 million
- Avenio HF light rail vehicles provide highest passenger comfort
- 24-year contract for service and spare parts to guarantee availability
Düsseldorfer Rheinbahn AG and Duisburger Verkehrsgesellschaft AG have jointly ordered 109 Avenio HF high-floor light rail vehicles from Siemens Mobility, including an option for an additional 48 units. The contract also includes the maintenance and servicing of the Duisburg vehicles for 24 years and an option for a further eight years. A 24-year spare parts supply contract was signed for the Düsseldorf vehicles. The order has a volume of almost €400 million.
- Calibrant Energy to bundle latest distributed energy technologies and financing expertise of global leaders Macquarie and Siemens
- The joint venture will create Energy-as-a-Service solutions from a full range of energy technologies for corporate and municipal clients
Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG), Siemens Smart Infrastructure and Siemens Financial Services (SFS) today announced the formation of Calibrant Energy (Calibrant), a joint venture that offers comprehensive onsite Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) solutions at no up-front cost for its customers, which include corporate and industrial clients, as well as municipalities, universities, schools and hospitals.
- SPIC to acquire 33% of GNA I and GNA II 3 GW LNG-to-power projects
- Enter agreement to participate in future expansion projects GNA III and GNA IV as part of overall 6.4 GW power and domestic gas hub strategy at Port of Açu
Prumo, a private Brazilian company controlled by EIG Global Energy Partners, bp and Siemens signed a binding agreement with SPIC Brasil. Under the agreement, SPIC will initially acquire 33% of the GNA I and GNA II LNG-to-power projects, located in Port of Açu, Rio de Janeiro. SPIC has also entered into an agreement to participate in the future expansion projects GNA III and GNA IV, which are expected to be fueled by a combination of LNG and domestic gas from Brazil’s vast pre-salt reserves.
- Siemens finalizes investment and framework agreements with BECIS
- Investment makes Siemens a major shareholder in BECIS
- Partnership enables customers to redirect capital funding to core business
- Innovative funding solutions for distributed energy solutions and services
Combining its financial expertise with intelligent energy solutions and services, Siemens has entered investment and framework agreements with Berkeley Energy Commercial Industrial Solutions (BECIS). Together, they will provide customers access to distributed energy solutions via a flexible ‘Energy as a Service’ (EaaS) model, allowing customers in the Asia Pacific market to pay for energy services without the need for any capital investment. This will address customers’ energy cost and sustainability challenges.
- Co-CEO Sabrina Soussan to leave the company at her own request
- Michael Peter stands for strong expertise in digitalization and
connectivity as well as for continuity in Siemens Mobility’s top management
Peter will be Siemens Mobility’s sole CEO, effective July 10, 2020. Sabrina Soussan,
who has been his Co-CEO until now, will leave the company at her own request to
take on a new challenge outside Siemens AG. Until her contract ends on December
31, 2020, Ms. Soussan will remain available to Siemens Mobility in an
- Siemens Energy delivers another highly efficient combined cycle power plant to Marl
- Evonik replaces old backup gas power plant
- Siemens Financial Services arranges customized financing
Siemens Energy is building
another highly efficient combined cycle power plant for the specialty chemical
company Evonik at its largest industrial location in Marl, North
Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Consisting of one SGT-800 gas turbine, one SST-400
steam turbine, and two generators, the plant will produce power and heat with
90 megawatts of electrical capacity and 220 megawatts of thermal capacity. It
will go into operation in 2022 replacing a backup gas power plant. Along with
the power plant components, Siemens Energy is also supplying the SPPA-T3000
control system for controlling the cutting-edge plant. A long-term service
agreement between Siemens Energy and Evonik will ensure the availability of the
power plant and its components.
- Siemens Mobility provided rolling stock, rail infrastructure, system integration, and will take care of service and maintenance
- Delivered and installed 35 new three-car trains, 19 new stations, and 28 km of additional track
- Extension provides greater capacity and enhanced passenger experience
Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA), Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited (BEM) and CH. Karnchang Public Company Limited have officially implemented full passenger revenue service for the Blue Line Extension. In support of this project, Siemens Mobility integrated turnkey services delivered 35 three-car metro trains, installed the signaling, built the traction power supply, developed a passenger information system, implemented a SCADA system, provided depot workshop equipment, and instituted system integration by incorporating the telecommunications and platform screen door systems provided by ST Electronics Thailand into the project. In addition to delivering the overall project management, going forward, Siemens Mobility will also provide maintenance for 10 years. The fully completed Blue Line Extension adds 28-kilometers of track, 19 new stations, and an additional 35 three-car trains. The completed extension will now allow the Blue Line to carry approximately 500,000 passengers per day and seamlessly connects the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya river to the rest of the city which suffers from traffic congestion.