- Atlantia S.p.A. to acquire Yunex Traffic from Siemens Mobility for €950 million
- Closing expected by September 2022
- Yunex Traffic is a leader in intelligent road traffic solutions
- Siemens continues to sharpen its portfolio as focused technology
Siemens Mobility today signed an agreement to divest Yunex Traffic, the international road traffic business, to Atlantia S.p.A. The Managing Board and Supervisory Board of Siemens AG have approved the planned transaction. The purchase price is €950 million (enterprise value). Closing is expected by September 2022, subject to the relevant regulatory approvals. Yunex Traffic is a leader in innovative and intelligent infrastructure and traffic solutions for roads and cities. As a global leader in mobility infrastructure technology and services, Atlantia is a long-term, strategically oriented new owner for Yunex Traffic.
- Siemens has been among companies filing highest numbers of patent applications worldwide for years
- Twenty inventions per workday in fiscal 2021
For years, Siemens has been among the companies filing the highest numbers of patent applications worldwide. The resulting patents lay the groundwork for Siemens’ future success and growth as a focused technology company. For 2021, Siemens has again recognized particularly resourceful researchers as its Inventors of the Year. The 15 inventors being honored come from Germany, the U.S., Israel, India, the UK and Poland. The awardees’ inventions span Siemens’ entire spectrum, and they all pursue advances based on the company’s understanding of innovation:technology that serves people and improves their everyday lives. The inventions range from hydrogen-powered trains to a smart solution for stabilizing power grids that employ a high percentage of renewable energies, and they extend all the way to a cancer treatment that is available for many more patients. Details on all the prize winning inventions and the people behind them are available at: www.siemens.com/inventors
Siemens today announced that Airbus, a leading
has selected Capital™ electrical/electronic (E/E) systems
development software from Siemens‘ Xcelerator portfolio to accelerate the
development of commercial aircraft.
- Extensive operating and control functions as a convenient interface to KNX systems
- Suitable for sophisticated multi-discipline applications such as colored light control and access control
- Clear, intuitive direct operation via membrane keypad and with LED status display
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has added two
new variants of KNX binary inputs to its portfolio of DIN-rail mounted devices:
The new binary inputs N 262 and N 263 offer easy installation and intuitive
operation and are available as potential-free and voltage-loaded versions in
widths of 4 MU (4 binary inputs) and 8 MU (8 binary inputs).
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- Initial firm order for 20
- The Vectron platform will boost Akiem’s
activities in key corridors of Central and South-Eastern Europe, up to
- With this partnership, Akiem strengthens
its ability to meet its customers’ growing needs in passenger and freight
operations throughout Europe
Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine, 21 December,
2021 – Akiem, the rolling
stock leasing specialist, and Siemens Mobility announce Akiem’s firm order for 20 Vectron locomotives. The order has been finalised as part of a
framework purchase agreement for locomotives, ancillary equipment and services
signed August 2021. With this new contract, Akiem confirms its leadership of the European
leasing market and its ambition to supply European freight and passenger operators with appropriate, efficient rolling stock.
- Siemens Mobility to retrofit 305 Siemens Desiro commuter trains, 64 M6 steering cars and 21 I11 steering cars supplied by Bombardier/Alstom
- The Belgian Railways fleet will now meet the latest European standards baseline V3.6.0 for rail safety interoperability
- Siemens Mobility will provide 10 years of maintenance for ETCS system
Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract by NMBS/SNCB, the Belgian National Railways, to retrofit 390 trains and steering cars with European Train Control System (ETCS) Level 2 technology. With the ETCS Level 2 upgrade, the fleet will be able to operate with a greater degree of efficiency and meet the latest European standards for rail safety interoperability. Siemens Mobility will provide the onboard unit equipment and installation support for trains across the fleet. The new technology will not only support the existing national functions in Belgium and Luxembourg, the re-authorisation of a number of the retrofitted vehicles will also allow the vehicles to potentially operate in Germany and the Netherlands. In addition, Siemens Mobility will provide 10 years of maintenance for the ETCS system and will also provide an Online Key Management Solution which will further digitalize train operation.
- Donation will be used by Canadian City of
Toronto long-term care home to implement 2,000 Enlighted IoT sensors that will
aid in occupancy management, asset tracking and sanitization
- Project is part of the COVID-19
relief fund set up by the Siemens Caring Hands e.V. charity
Caring Hands e.V. charity is making a long-term contribution to fighting the
pandemic and is supporting the City of Toronto in Canada with a donation of approximately
$400,000 (€295,000) to benefit Cummer Lodge. Long-term care residents have been
disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and despite very high levels of
vaccination among residents and visitors (the City of Toronto has a mandatory
vaccination policy in place for staff), the safety of all these groups remains
a top priority. Cummer Lodge is the first Canadian recipient of the
international fund led by Siemens Caring Hands e.V.