180 news releases found, showing page 1 of 15
18 Sep 2019
Large businesses prepare for Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Phase 2 compliance as deadline looms
Siemens Smart Infrastructure advises there is still time for large companies to fulfil compliance process to achieve maximum financial value from greater energy efficiencies
18 Sep 2019
Siemens launches Digital Academy to nurture next generation of engineering and tech talent
Programme offers undergraduates up to 3,000-a-year sponsorship and up to 12-weeks paid summer placements
Six students first to benefit from the Pilot programme
Siemens has launched a new undergraduate sponsorship programme to discover, inspire and nurture the next generation of engineering and tech talent.
12 Sep 2019
Pay-As-You-Go Production - How servitisation is set to transform every aspect of modern manufacturing
One of the main themes running through Siemens’ Digital Talks conference earlier this year in Liverpool was how the concept of ‘servitisation’ was permeating through many different layers of the manufacturing sector.
10 Sep 2019
Will all roads eventually lead us to EVs?
Siemens Smart Infrastructure: concerns persist over the charging infrastructure and price of electric vehicles (EVs)
09 Sep 2019
Edging Towards The Industrial Cloud
Simon Keogh, Siemens Digital Industries head of automation, UK and Ireland
At Siemen’s recent Digital Talks conference in Liverpool one of the key themes running through many of the sessions was unleashing the power of big data and analytics to drive efficiencies.
05 Sep 2019
Siemens appoints UK legal panel
Siemens, the engineering and technology company, has completed a review of its UK external legal advisors and has appointed three firms to the UK panel. The firms appointed are Addleshaw Goddard, Eversheds Sutherland and Pinsent Masons.
04 Sep 2019
How Industry 4.0 Can Give Automated Logistics The Edge
Scott Read, Head of Intralogistics Innovation at Siemens Digital Industries
Despite the proliferation of Industry 4.0 technologies across the manufacturing supply chain even the most advanced automated warehouses, depots and hubs often house key assets which are not connected or are not communicating with each other.
03 Sep 2019
Siemens Mobility to showcase solutions for low carbon and connected vehicles
Cenex-LCV Exhibition, Millbrook, UK, 4-5 September. Stand C-113
- A wide range of intelligent infrastructure on display at Cenex-LCV, showcasing safe, clean and connected solutions
- Visitors will see how digitalisation can help deliver an enhanced driver experience, from EV charging to safely navigating the urban environment
02 Sep 2019
Siemens Mobility Limited wins Clean Air Zone contract in Birmingham
- Sicore II cameras to be installed at junctions across the city centre
- Proven system provides industry-leading image quality and number plate read accuracy
02 Sep 2019
How Industry 4.0 Could Be Your Recipe For Success
Keith Thornhill, Siemens Digital Industries Head of Food and Beverage
Whenever I am asked about why food and beverage manufacturers should seriously consider the benefits of investing in advanced technologies, I often describe the scenario of a commercial bakery at full tilt at 5.00 am in the morning.
13 Aug 2019
Andrew Hodgson appointed Vice President of The Manufacturing Technologies Association
The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has announced that Andrew Hodgson, Strategic Lead – Digitalisation, at Siemens has been appointed as Vice President of the Association.
12 Aug 2019
The Digitalisation Dilemma – Why Pharma Can Be Resistant To Industry 4.0
Alwyn Jones, Siemens Digital Industries Head of Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences UK & Ireland
Few would argue that quality, speed and consistency are essential for successful pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Further, margins can be very slim, competition is strong, and the number of genuine, new breakthrough formulations are not only increasingly rare, but harder to commercialise.