Siemens AG and Intel Corp have partnered to advance semiconductor manufacturing. The collaboration aims to enhance global manufacturing capacities by utilizing innovative technology like “digital twins” for efficiency gains. This move marks a strategic step towards refining energy management, reducing carbon emissions and catering to the escalating global semiconductor demand.
Siemens and Microsoft forge a strategic partnership introducing the Siemens Industrial Copilot, a generative AI-powered assistant, aimed at augmenting human-machine collaboration and spurring productivity across diverse sectors including manufacturing, infrastructure, transportation, and healthcare. With early adoption by leading automotive supplier Schaeffler AG, this initiative marks the inception of a new era of AI-driven industrial innovation.
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Siemens has introduced a comprehensive private 5G solution, specifically developed for the industrial sector. This in-house developed infrastructure enables industrial companies to establish their own local 5G networks, providing optimal support for automation applications such as mobile robots, autonomous logistics, and driverless transport systems. The technology grants users enhanced control over their network data and allows for custom configuration to suit unique applications. Siemens’ private 5G infrastructure has undergone extensive real-world testing to ensure it meets the rigorous demands of industrial production environments and is currently available in Germany, with plans for expansion to other countries.
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Siemens to invest €1 billion in Germany and create blueprint for industrial metaverse in Nuremberg metropolitan region.
Siemens announces a €1 billion investment plan in Germany, including the establishment of a new Technology Campus in Erlangen. The investment aims to boost growth, innovation, and resilience while promoting an ecosystem of partners and transitioning to an environmentally sustainable net-zero location
Siemens is making a strategic €2 billion investment to fuel future growth and innovation. The initiative includes the creation of high-tech factories, innovation labs, and education centers around the globe, with a focus on the booming Asian markets. This move reinforces Siemens’ strategy of bridging the real and digital worlds, highlighting a significant commitment to the most relevant global markets.
Siemens joins forces with UN Women: Upskilling program for +600 African girls in ICT and work readiness skills kicks off
Siemens partners with UN Women Germany for an upskilling program benefiting over 600 young African women in South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, and Uganda. The initiative includes coding camps, mentoring, and workshops on digital literacy, programming, work readiness, and personal development. The program aims to bridge the ICT gender gap and empower women to pursue careers in the technology sector. Siemens has allocated €780,000 and will provide laptops to participants. The collaboration with UN Women Germany seeks to address gender inequalities and promote educational equality for girls in Africa. The program also aims to improve employability and contribute to transformative growth in the region.
Siemens is addressing these challenges by developing a private Industrial 5G network infrastructure with a user-friendly interface tested in real-world environments. Additionally, they have Industrial 5G routers that allow for reliable wireless connectivity. As these challenges are resolved, we expect increased adoption of private Industrial 5G networks, driving digital transformation and competitive advantage in the industrial sector.
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