- Efficient and future-proof maintenance with Predictive Services for Drive Systems
- New Mindsphere Predictive Service Assistance app provides digital support for the service portfolio, while also offering transparency and streamlined ordering processes
- Predictive Services for Drive Systems for increased productivity and reduced downtimes for machines and plants
With Predictive Services for Drive Systems, Siemens presents a standardized extension to the local service agreement at this year’s SPS. This is based on the new Mindsphere Predictive Service Assistance app. It makes maintenance more efficient for Sinamics drive systems and/or Simotics motors in the low voltage range.
- Gas turbine rotor exchange allows for increased output and efficiency
- Control system upgraded to latest version of SPPA-T3000
The Dunamenti Power Plant in Százhalombatta, Hungary, is the largest gas-fired power plant in the country with a capacity of 794 megawatts (MW), making it a major source of reliable electricity in Hungary. Recently, in collaboration with the customer and plant owner, MET Asset Management AG, and within the scope of an overhaul project, Siemens Gas and Power replaced the entire rotor of the plant's SGT5-2000E gas turbine and installed a new, state-of-the-art SPPA-T3000 control system.
- Atlas 3D helps designers define optimal part orientations for ‘right first time’ 3D printing
- Cloud-based, GPU-accelerated Sunata™ software can reduce downstream 3D printing errors caused by thermal distortion up to one hundred times faster than other solutions on the market
Siemens announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire Atlas 3D, Inc., a Plymouth, Indiana-based developer of software that works with direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) printers to automatically provide design engineers with the optimal print orientation and requisite support structures for additive parts in near real-time. Atlas 3D will join Siemens Digital Industries Software, where its solutions will expand additive manufacturing capabilities in the Xcelerator portfolio of software.
- Electrical capacity increased to approximately 1,200 megawatts
- Fired with regasified liquefied natural gas instead of oil
- Fifty percent lower CO2 emissions per kilowatt hour produced
Siemens will provide the equipment to upgrade the Hiep Phuoc 1 steam power plant in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to a combined cycle power plant. This project will increase the plant’s electrical capacity by roughly 780 megawatts (MW) to approximately 1,200 MW. The modernized plant will be fired with regasified liquefied natural gas (LNG) instead of the oil that has been used to date. By changing the fuel, deploying modern F-class gas turbines from Siemens, and using the waste heat from the gas turbines to produce electricity, the CO2 emissions can be cut almost in half for each kilowatt hour produced on-site. With this project, the customer Hiep Phuoc Power Co. Ltd., will ensure a reliable, secure, and environmentally friendly power supply for Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam.
- Third Mireo order from DB Regio
- Service in the Karlsruhe 7b network
- Passenger comfort and sustainably increased value over entire lifecycle
DB Regio, the regional transport business of Deutsche Bahn AG, has
ordered seven Mireo trains from Siemens Mobility. The trains will operate on
the regional express route between Karlsruhe and Heidelberg/Mannheim via
Bruchsal in the Karlsruhe 7b network. They will be built at the Siemens
Mobility plant in Krefeld, Germany, and their delivery is planned for the end
- New trend to supply renewable energy for mines as secure and cost-efficient alternative to fossil fuels
- Siemens' proven microgrid controller serves as technical basis for juwi's Hybrid IQ microgrid solutions
- Two projects in Australia successfully delivered, paving way for partners to roll-out solution in other countries
Siemens and the renewable energy developer juwi have joined forces to enter into a strategic technology partnership to focus on microgrids in the mining industry. A corresponding agreement was signed today. The two companies aim to roll-out and continually develop the advanced microgrid control system that enables the seamless integration of power from renewable energy to a mine's off-grid power supply. The Siemens Sicam based microgrid control platform is a proven and tested technology which is the basis for juwi's Hybrid IQ microgrid controller. juwi, on the other hand, brings industry-specific domain know-how and an excellent track record of planning and executing renewable energy projects at mine sites.
- Two new indoor GIS systems increase power and ensure reliable supply
- Clean Air products ensure
much more climate-friendly operation
- Turnkey solution provides
key support for transition to a new energy mix
German transmission grid operator TransnetBW
has commissioned Siemens to build new switchgear in the 380 kilovolt (kV)
Daxlanden substation in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg. Two new gas-insulated
indoor switchgear, initially with 26 panels, will boost the substation's
transmission capacity and cover the increased transport demand in the German
high-voltage grid as a result of the transition to a new energy mix. In the
future, it will thus be possible to transport large quantities of wind energy
from northern Germany to the southern part of the country. Replacing sulfur
hexafluoride (SF6) with treated air, so-called Clean Air, as the insulating
medium in the bus ducts simultaneously ensures much more climate-friendly
operation. The commissioning of the turnkey solution will take place in stages
and be completed in 2029. The order is priced in the low triple-digit millions
- Company plans enterprise-wide rollout of Siemens Opcenter solutions to streamline production value chain
Siemens Digital Industries Software announced today a collaboration with The Absolut Company regarding Siemens Opcenter™ Execution software, part of the Siemens Digital Enterprise Suite, Manufacturing Execution System (MES) solution. The company will conduct a pilot of Siemens Opcenter Execution Process (formerly known as SIMATIC IT® Unified Architecture Process Industries) in one of their three factories in Åhus as the first step of an enterprise-wide roll-out across the three factories which produce spirits for global distribution. Siemens Opcenter can help The Absolut Company to better meet some of the challenges in beverage market including the increasing demand for high quality and variety in products and production as well as the high cost pressures of the global food and beverage market.
- New Simotics HV M slipring motors provide range of power up to 4.5 MW
- Easy integration into SIDRIVE IQ applications for highest availability, serviceability, productivity and efficiency
- Easy plant integration due to 3-D Motor models to speed up complete plant integration processes
- Certified and proven Siemens MICALASTIC® VPI insulation system with extreme long lifetime
Building on more than a century of experience in manufacturing slipring motors, Siemens today announces the new Simotics HV M slipring motor. Designed and engineered for applications mainly in the cement and mining industries, the newest slipring motor is implemented in a wide range of applications including but not limited to mills, crushers, conveyors and fans. The new platform motor with its power range up to 4.5 MW completes the Siemens slipring motor family which covers now the power range from 0.5 to 8.2 MW.