- Building technology installed in all rooms of “The Circle” complex
- End-to-end solution for energy supply of all buildings
- Certified LEED Platinum by the US Green Building Council
The Circle at Zurich Airport is a new 30,000 m2 building complex that features shops, restaurants, services, hotels and a conference center under one roof. Siemens installed over 30,000 components for the building and energy technology of the large complex, making an active contribution to its sustainable design. The company’s technology ensures the daily 25,000 visitors to The Circle experience a safe and energy-efficient environment.
- ÖBB and Siemens Mobility show first painted car body
- New Nightjet trainsets enter service in 2022
- ÖBB aiming at greater passenger comfort and privacy
ÖBB and Siemens Mobility presented the first painted car body and exterior design for the new generation of the Nightjet in Vienna today. The new, ultra-modern trains will enter service near the end of 2022 and will first be used on connections from Austria and Germany to Italy. The first 13 trainsets have already been called up by ÖBB from a framework agreement with Siemens Mobility, and a further 20 trains are expected to be called up this year.
- One environment for planning, booking and settlement of multimodal travel
- Travel efficiently, comfortably, and sustainably
- Open ecosystem for all mobility providers
Siemens Mobility will sign a contract in the Netherlands with the joint venture RiVier (NS, HTM and RET) to develop a countrywide, intelligent Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform. The MaaS platform to be delivered in the autumn will allow providers to integrate travel planning. The technological core of the MaaS platform is supplied by Siemens Mobility subsidiaries Hacon and eos.uptrade.
This year, the 1.4 million square meter Deutsche Messe exhibition site in Hanover, Germany will become 5G-ready. Deutsche Messe, which organizes international capital goods trade shows, has obtained a frequency allocation in the 3.7-3.8 GHz range from the Bundesnetzagentur (Federal Network Agency) and will set up one of the largest 5G zones in Europe, spanning 30 halls and buildings as well as the entire open-air ground. Siemens is playing a very specific role in this achievement. As one of the key exhibitors at the HANNOVER MESSE, Siemens is setting up a private 5G campus network with a focus on industrial use in one of the exhibition halls in Hanover. The network can be used by exhibitors during trade shows and, outside of trade show times, can be used by companies for tests and field trials.
- Bus depot to be equipped with charging and power distribution technology
- 23 charging stations supply eBuses with 150 kW each
- Easy installation of power distribution system in the existing building thanks to busbar trunking technology
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has received an order from the Regensburg transport authority “das Stadtwerk Regensburg.Mobilität GmbH” in Germany to equip the bus depot in the Markomannenstrasse for electromobility. Siemens will supply the charging infrastructure as well as the power distribution technology. Operations are scheduled to start in 2021. Electric buses were first introduced in the city center of Regensburg in 2017.
- Siemens successfully completes leadership succession: Roland Busch new President and CEO at conclusion of Annual Shareholders’ Meeting
- Emotional farewell to predecessor Joe Kaeser after 40 years at Siemens AG
- Jim Hagemann Snabe reelected for four more years and confirmed as Supervisory Board Chairman
- Shareholders elect Grazia Vittadini and Kasper Rørsted to Supervisory Board
- Shareholders approve dividend proposal of €3.50 per share
Siemens AG has successfully completed the succession process for its top management. As long planned, Roland Busch (56) has succeeded long-serving President and CEO Joe Kaeser (63) as head of the Munich-based technology company. At the company’s virtual Annual Shareholders’ Meeting today, shareholders also confirmed, by a large majority, Supervisory Board Chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe (55) for another four-year term of office. In addition, shareholders elected Grazia Vittadini (51), Chief Technology Officer of Airbus and member of the Airbus Executive Committee, and Kasper Rørsted (58), CEO of adidas AG, first-time Supervisory Board members, likewise by large majorities. Their terms of office will run for four years. The total number of people following the virtual meeting, at which a total of around 350 questions were asked, peaked at 7,100.
- Annual Shareholders’ Meeting in virtual format due to corona pandemic
- Siemens bids farewell to Joe Kaeser after more than 40 years at the company
- Total shareholder return more than doubled since Kaeser took office in 2013
- Roland Busch new President and CEO of Siemens AG
- Jim Hagemann Snabe to stand for reelection for another four years and again assume Supervisory Board chairmanship
- Grazia Vittadini (Airbus) and Kasper Rørsted (adidas) nominated for election to Supervisory Board
The successful term of
office of long-serving President and CEO Joe Kaeser (63) will end today at
the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting of Siemens AG. As long planned, leadership of
the Munich-based technology company will be transferred from Kaeser to his
successor, Roland Busch (56) – a step that will mark the successful completion
of Siemens’ leadership succession process. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the
shareholders’ meeting is being held exclusively in a virtual format, in which
neither shareholders nor their proxies will be present in person.
- Revenue increased in first quarter to €14.1 billion, orders surged to €15.9 billion
- Adjusted EBITA Industrial Businesses jumped 39 percent year-over-year to €2.1 billion and adjusted EBITA margin to 16.0 percent
(Q1 2020: 11.7 percent)
- Net income rose substantially to €1.5 billion (Q1 2020: €1.1 billion)
- Free cash flow improved significantly to €1.0 billion (Q1 2020: €44 million)
- Net income in 2021 expected to be between €5.0 billion and €5.5 billion
Siemens AG has started off fiscal 2021 with a strong first quarter. From October to December 2020, orders, revenue and net income considerably exceeded both the prior-year figures and market expectations despite the still complex macroeconomic environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic and despite negative currency translation effects. As a result, Siemens has significantly raised its annual guidance for fiscal 2021 at key points.
- More flexibility thanks to KNX communication capability
- Less wiring reduces cost and saves inputs/outputs on the controller
- Ideal for noise sensitive applications thanks to <28 dB noise level
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has upgraded its range of SSA
actuators for small valves by adding new features for more energy efficient and
versatile hydronic room applications. The updated SSA actuators now offer more
flexibility due to their broad control possibilities - from analog control to
KNX communication capabilities for room solutions and fast integration into
connected systems. While using the same cable for communication and power, the
customer saves time and cost. Thanks to the operating mode ‘nightmode’, the
actuators are more silent than ever, with less than 28 dB. This makes them
ideal for use in noise-sensitive areas, such as hotels, recording studios,
meeting rooms and libraries.