Siemens wants to attract new talents in all business areas. “At Siemens, people can have an impact working on technologies that really make a difference and transform the everyday. In a truly inclusive, diverse environment we are empowering our people by giving them the freedom and flexibility to be creative”, commented Judith Wiese, Chief People and Sustainability Officer of Siemens AG. “We are looking for talents who are eager to constantly learn, grow and expand their skillset. Web Summit is a place where likeminded people come together”, she added.
Siemens offers a superior variety of global career journeys in
businesses, countries and job families. For developers the goal is to empower
them, by giving them technologies already
to hand and co-create together with them to accelerate the transformation of
businesses and economies.
Industrial metaverse experience of underwater
The metaverse experience that Siemens is showcasing at Web Summit builds
on the company’s leading digital twin technology. Siemens’ physics-based,
real-time and photorealistic digital twins embedded in the industrial metaverse
offer enormous potential to transform today’s economies and industries. By
offering a completely digital model of the underwater farm, this technology
enables the Nemo's Garden team to develop, adapt, and control its underwater
biospheres at scale. The photo-realistic metaverse experience at Web Summit is
implemented with Unity, a cross-platform game engine.
At the Siemens booth, visitors can literally dive into a virtual
underwater farming with an augmented reality (AR) simulation and a virtual
reality (VR) experience. The combination of multi-physics simulation, real time
experience and photorealism is easy to understand and showcases sustainability
best practice. The exhibit creates a photorealistic underwater world where
people can virtually dive into. With VR glasses on, visitors experience
underwater farming with four senses: They can see and smell the vegetables and fruits,
they can hear the sound of the underwater environment, and they can even feel
the vegetables and fruits through full-feedback gloves. Visitors not wearing VR
glasses can follow the action on a big screen and influence what is seen in the
The combination of multi-physics simulation, real time experience, and
photorealism is easy to understand and enables best practice in sustainability.
The simulation also creates an AR mock-up of Nemo’s Garden that mimics a
digital twin to demonstrate Siemens technology in action.
Siemens Xcelerator in focus at this year’s Web Summit
The promise of Siemens Xcelerator is to make digital transformation
easier, faster, and more scalable by ensuring that technologies are open and
interoperable. The platform’s ecosystem and marketplace bring together
best-in-class players, whether big or small. The shared vision is to reduce complexity
of the digital transformation and accelerate its positive impact.
Siemens’ booth at Web Summit is designed to appeal to a broad range of
Web Summit attendees, including customers and representatives of startups and
big tech. Siemens Xcelerator is particularly attractive to startups because its
pay-as-you-go model does not require substantial upfront investment to reap