Given that buildings account for more than 40
percent of electricity consumption in cities, building efficiency is crucial in
the battle towards decarbonization. Electrical infrastructure lays the
foundation for safe, reliable and efficient building operations, while delivering
essential data for a holistic, cloud-based building management.
This is made possible by communication-capable
low-voltage products, power distribution boards and busbar trunking systems
that enable the measurement and wireless transmission of energy and status data.
To illustrate this, Siemens will exhibit a unique
end-to-end solution for cloud-based power monitoring in buildings. Electrical
installations can now be supplemented with digital metering without additional
space requirements or wiring outlay. This makes it easy for electrical
installers to start using digitalization to their benefit. With “Powermanager”,
a power monitoring software, now fully integrated into the Desigo CC building
management platform, all building and energy data can be managed, monitored and
analyzed from one single platform.
Siemens will also display its
electromobility ecosystem, including battery storage and charging systems for
In a parallel show, “Intersec Building 2020”,
in hall 9.1, booth B50, the company will exhibit integrated and networked
systems for safety and fire protection.