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Siemens Korea Digital Industries Officially Opens Korea Digital Enterprise Experience Center (KDEXc) in Seoul

▲Officials from Siemens Korea and participants, pose for a photo at the opening ceremony of the Korea Digital Enterprise Experience Center (KDEXc), officially opened on June 29 at Samtan Building, 421, Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. (Fourth from the left, HaJoong Chung, President and CEO of Siemens Korea, Thomas Schmid, Head of Digital Industries at Siemens Korea, and Michael Reiffenstuel, German Ambassador to the Republic of Korea)

KDEXc is expected to be an open space for inspiration and collaboration with all industrial players, universities and colleges, and other interested stakeholders to exchange ideas and work on new concepts. The center will accompany customers to  accelerate their digital transformation.
KDEXc provides training space and seminar rooms for collaborative learning and an area for digital enterprise experience and technological interactions, showcasing examples of Siemens’ digital twin portfolios optimized for diverse industries. The experience space consists of five special zones: ▲Digital Enterprise Overview ▲Process Industry ▲Discrete Industry ▲Future of Industry ▲Partner Zone/Product Highlight. The center allows visitors not only to take Siemens’ technical training but also to actually test and demonstrate the products.
At the opening ceremony, attended by leaders in industrial automation and digitalization fields as well as high-level officials from embassies, Siemens expressed the strong will to shape the future of digital industries in Korea with customers.
Thomas Schmid, Head of Digital Industries at Siemens Korea, said, “Industrial players have to embrace digitalization and transform swiftly and continuously. By combining domain expertise with our holistic portfolio offering, we support Korean companies of all sizes and industries to speed up in digital transformation in line with Industry 4.0 and to turn challenges into opportunities to become a Digital Enterprise with the support here at KDEXc.”
In addition to KDEXc in Seoul, Siemens is running a total of 31 digital enterprise experience centers around the world including in Germany, Singapore, and China.

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