At ISH, the leading international trade show for building, energy and air conditioning technology and renewable energy sources that took place in March 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany, Siemens did exhibit its current portfolio of products, systems and solutions for energy-efficient rooms and buildings as well as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technology.
- Compact device providing combined functionality for measurement, monitoring and data transmission
- Separate detection of energy consumption and energy recovery
- Operating hour and switching cycle counters enable preventive maintenance
- Commissioning, measured values and status information via Profinet
Siemens has just launched its SIRIUS 3UG546 DC load monitoring relay on the market. The new device is the most compact of its kind for direct current (DC) applications, enabling simple and precise power measurement. The SIRIUS 3UG546 is unique in our industry: It is the first and only DC load monitoring relay to combine current and voltage measurement, power monitoring, communication and various other useful functions in one single, compact device. Until now, several individual components were required for each of these functions. The innovative new approach saves space and costs.
- Introducing Cerberus Portal, cloud-based online fire protection software to monitor fire systems.
- Fire panel data is transferred to the cloud via the Cerberus Connect X300 gateway using encrypted transmission technology and a built-in firewall.
- In case of system incidents, maintenance personnel receives real-time information to react promptly, inform customers and prepare site visits.
Cerberus Portal is the first stepping stone in digitalizing Siemens fire safety products. It represents the initial component of the new Cerberus Cloud Apps offering. This is a clear push towards the current fire protection industry trend: "There is an ongoing disruptive revolution in our Fire Safety industry. That revolution is called digitalization. I am deeply convinced that digitalization will change the way we do business," says Johannes Mario Kahlert, Head of Fire Safety at Siemens Smart Infrastructure.
- New Intelligent Valve with heat exchanger optimization for heating groups and air handling units
- Reliable automatic commissioning via direct download of parameters from the cloud
- Flexible mounting options to fit the space available
The Intelligent Valve is the first self-optimizing dynamic valve for heating groups and air handling units from Siemens Smart Infrastructure that can be connected to the cloud. The device controls the flow, measures temperature and output, and automatically adjusts the valve settings to the heat exchanger. The valve can be commissioned quickly and reliably via wireless LAN using the Siemens ABT Go app. It fits the space available thanks to flexible mounting options, allowing the flow sensor, valve and controller box to be installed separately. Because additional functions can be downloaded from the cloud at any time, the Intelligent Valve is always up to date.
On the path to the future of energy, decarbonization, decentralization, and digitalization are inextricably linked. The goal, after all, is intelligent, sustainable generation, provision, and use of energy. This requires integrative thinking and an eye for the big picture – from intelligent energy concepts to sector coupling, electromobility, and the integration of renewable energies in the power grid. At The smarter E Europe trade show, Siemens demonstrated how this combination of power generation, storage, distribution, and use functions in practice. The event brought together four exhibitions under one roof covering the core topics for the energy world of the future (Intersolar, Power2Drive, ees, EM-Power). In line with the trade fair motto "Take control: Be energy intelligent!" we presented innovative products and solutions for the grid integration of PV power plants, local energy systems, and for e-mobility ecosystems.
- Buildings connected in a microgrid support decentralized energy markets of the future
- Flexible energy consumption, storage and load balancing
- Ecological benefits for society as well as new revenue streams for buildings customers
Siemens Finland has created a new business to expand its virtual power plant activity: Vibeco (Virtual Buildings Ecosystem) is an innovative approach to increase the benefits of increasingly decentralized energy systems. The heart of the virtual power plant is a software platform, operated by Siemens, that intelligently balances electrical loads from buildings that have been connected in a microgrid, incorporating renewable energy and energy storage.
Auf der "SPS – Smart Production Solutions" 2019 zeigt Siemens branchenspezifische Anwendungen sowie Zukunftstechnologien für die digitale Transformation der Fertigungs- und Prozessindustrie. Im Mittelpunkt des über 4.000 Quadratmeter großen Messestands stehen neue Produkte, Lösungen und Services aus dem Digital-Enterprise-Portfolio, welches die Verschmelzung der realen und der virtuellen Welt ermöglicht Am 26. November, dem ersten Messetag der SPS, begrüßt Klaus Helmrich zur Siemens-Pressekonferenz. Die Pressekonferenz findet im Convention Center der Messe statt. Herr Helmrich wird über die aktuellen Digitalisierungstrends und die nächste Stufe der digitalen Transformation in der Fertigungs- und Prozessindustrie sprechen.
At this year's "The smarter E-Europe," Siemens is demonstrating its role in shaping an increasingly decentralized energy landscape. Siemens will show how the digitalization of renewable energy generation, storage and distribution positively impact the energy transition and sustainability goals.
- New IP routers and IP interfaces ensure secure data and access-proof KNX communication over IP
- KNX IP Secure devices meet the highest security requirements in smart buildings
- More flexibility in power supply minimizes KNX bus current consumption
Siemens Smart Infrastructure expands the proven Gamma instabus building system with new IP routers and IP interfaces that support the latest KNX IP Secure standard. This extension of the KNXnet/IP protocol enables fully encrypted transmission of data telegrams, thus ensuring secure data- and access-proof communication between KNX IP routers within a single network.
- Spectrum Power ADMS to provide reliable energy supply for 1.5 million people
- One multi-site system to handle all voltage levels
Hafslund Nett, Norway's largest grid company has contracted Siemens to supply a new Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) for the operation of the regional power grid in Akershus, Oslo and Østfold. The fully integrated grid operating center will enable monitoring and control of the complete power grid covering all (high-, medium-, low-) voltage levels. At the same time, it will allow easy integration of third-party IT/OT systems, such as customer information systems, workforce management or geographical information systems. The project is expected to be operational at the beginning of 2022.