- 2-loop fire control panel connects up to 252 devices
- EN 54-23 compliant alarm devices and dedicated peripherals
- Time-saving tools such as auto configuration and on-board web server
- License free programming
With the launch of the new version of the fire protection system, Cerberus FIT, Siemens Smart Infrastructure expands its offering for the small to medium-sized buildings market. Various small to medium-sized buildings can now be covered with a simple and cost-efficient solution. Cerberus FIT maximizes fire safety, thanks to greater functionality and enhanced productivity for those working on protecting the buildings. The intuitive interface as well as the auto configuration tool allow the technician to install, commission and maintain the system in a fast, easy and reliable way. With the delayed alarm function staff will be informed first to identify what an alarm is about in order to assess the situation. This ensures business continuity and reduces disturbances to occupants of smaller buildings such as small-to-medium sized hotels, kindergartens or nursing homes.
- The new cooperation aims to enable the scaled deployment of AI-based solutions for industrial manufacturing.
- Google Cloud and Siemens simplify the deployment of artificial
intelligence to the shopfloor, empowering employees and improving overall
Google Cloud and Siemens, an innovation and technology leader
in industrial automation and software, today announced a new cooperation to
optimize factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor. Siemens intends
to integrate Google Cloud’s leading data cloud and artificial intelligence/machine
learning (AI/ML) technologies with its factory automation solutions to help
manufacturers innovate for the future.
- Plug & play solution comprising Simatic ET 200SP TM ECC PL ST and TM ECC CCS calibration kit for convenient charge controller calibration
- Reduced engineering effort and simplified commissioning of DC fast charging systems for electric vehicles
- Stable charging process and up to 50 percent less servicing required to remedy charging interruptions
Siemens offers charging system suppliers a new plug & play solution, which for the first time enables calibration of the Powerline signal level in line with CCS (Combined Charging System) CharIN Association Implementation Guidelines for the conductive charging of electric vehicles. The solution comprises the Simatic ET 200SP TM ECC PL ST charge controller and the TM ECC CCS calibration kit. When calibrating the signal quality of a DC CCS charge controller using the Siemens solution, there is no need for a spectrum analyzer, which makes the process quicker and easier. Manufacturers of charging stations can also save engineering effort as well as time and costs during commissioning and can reduce servicing to remedy charging interruptions by up to 50 percent. Engineering is in the TIA (Totally Integrated Automation) Portal.
- Charging infrastructure to power 24 new electric buses for the Ostrava Transit Authority in Czech Republic
- Software to automatically adapt the charging processes to the bus schedules and to optimize energy consumption
- Operations are scheduled to start in mid-2022
Siemens Smart Infrastructure will provide a charging solution for Dopravní podnik Ostrava (Ostrava Transit Authority), which will expand its fleet with 24 Solaris electric buses. The largest order for electric buses in the Czech Republic to date will include four Sicharge UC charging stations from Siemens. These high-power chargers provide an effective maximum of 400 kW each. Furthermore, Siemens will deliver 28 mobile chargers, electrical infrastructure as well as energy automation software.
- Reliable protection with minimal space requirements
- For power distribution and industrial plants
Siemens Smart Infrastructure presents the new Siprotec 5 Compact device, specially designed to address the demands of industrial applications, infrastructure and distribution grids. With its compact size, large number of inputs and outputs, and universal range of functions, it can be configured to meet the specific requirements associated with protecting feeders and motors. As a space-saving universal device, it is ideally suited to help optimize investment and operating costs in power distribution.
- „Infinite opportunities from infinite data“ is this year's trade fair motto
- Leveraging the full potential of data from merging the virtual and physical worlds
- "Digitalization knows no end"
- Expansion of the portfolio for edge computing in industry
Under the motto "Infinite opportunities from infinite data", Siemens is demonstrating at the "Digital Enterprise Virtual Experience" at Hannover Messe 2021 how the merging of the physical and virtual worlds enables industrial enterprises to act flexibly and sustainably, as they are facing huge challenges: The Covid 19 pandemic has changed markets and requirements almost overnight. Added to this are the growing individualization and the urgent need for more sustainability. This can only be mastered with the help of digitalization and automation. Siemens brings together the data generated in this process in a continuous cycle between the virtual and physical worlds. This enables companies to better understand and use data. Traditional silos between previously separate industrial domains are breaking down and new opportunities for sustainable and flexible production are being created. This enables employees in industrial enterprises to make appropriate decisions based on data or, for example, to react a lot faster to changes such as suddenly increased resource consumption.
- High transparency through integrated communication and measurement functionality
- Faster response to faults minimizes downtime
- Easy retrofitting of existing systems without additional space requirements
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has launched the new Sentron 3NA COM LV HRC fuse link with integrated communication and measurement functionality. The compact device is designed for low-voltage grids up to 400 volts and can be used in secondary substations and industrial plants. The LV HRC fuse link protects grids and plants against short circuits and overloads and is capable of measuring current. The collected data is sent wirelessly to the new 7KN Powercenter 1000 data transceiver where it can be retrieved. In addition, it can be transferred to local or cloud-based grid and energy management systems. Among other things, the data provides insight about the current network load, phase symmetry and any irregularities. This makes it possible to increase the supply security and optimize maintenance and service. Thanks to faster fault detection and location, the duration of power outages can be significantly reduced.
To support their goal of manufacturing quality parts, Toyota Industries Corporation
and Siemens have cooperated to develop artificial intelligence (AI) that can predict
product abnormalities in aluminum die casting, a key process in automotive air
conditioning compressor production.
- Consortium of Siemens and Škoda Transportation commissioned
- Cars combine efficiency with enhanced passenger experience
- Order volume around half a billion EUR
The national carrier Czech Railways (České dráhy – ČD) continues to modernize its fleet serving long-distance domestic and international lines. The consortium of Siemens Mobility and Škoda Transportation has won the tender for 20 Viaggio Comfort nine-car non-traction units including control cars, designed for a maximum operating speed of 230 km/h. The cars will be delivered from 2024 to 2026 and the order is valued at around half a billion EUR.
- Siemens forms strategic cooperation in digitalization with Swire Coca-Cola, to jointly build 18 digital plants in future
- In 2020 Siemens established a global strategic partnership with the Coca-Cola Cross Enterprise Procurement Group (CEPG)
- The Manufacturing Information System (MIS) customized for Swire Coca-Cola successfully launched in Hangzhou and to extended to about 100 production lines in the next two years
- To support Swire Coca-Cola build a group level data collection, analysis and presentation platform with software and hardware products and solutions covering big data, AI and MindSphere
- MIS to become the benchmark and standard for the manufacturing information systems of Swire Coca-Cola worldwide
Siemens and Swire Coca-Cola China Co., Ltd today formed a strategic partnership on digitalization. The two sides will carry out in-depth cooperation in fields such as digital plant construction, supply chain intelligent management and training for digital talents, and to jointly build digital plant benchmarks in the beverage industry, aiming to promote digital transformation of Swire Coca-Cola in China and around the world. In addition, the Manufacturing Information System (MIS) customized by Siemens for Swire Coca-Cola has been successfully applied to its digital production line in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. Upon the implementation of the project, Swire Coca-Cola will unlock an annual production capacity of 550 million cans of Coca-Cola.