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Siemens at Hannover Messe 2014

Evolving technologies, infrastructure, and business models continually pose new challenges for all of us. What will the future bring? And how can we maintain our edge in the global marketplace?

Siemens was on hand at Hannover Messe 2014 presenting solutions that seamlessly integrate all phases of the value chain in the manufacturing industry, bring smart and sustainable infrastructure management to cities, and pave the way to a sustainable energy supply. Our “Future Forum” demonstrated how forward-looking Siemens technologies are breaking new ground in automation, electrification, and digitalization by connecting data, software, and industrial hardware.

We hope you were able to attend one of the interactive showcases, expert talks, or multimedia presentations at our booth and see firsthand how Siemens is actively shaping the future of manufacturing, energy, and infrastructure.

Thank you for stopping by, and we look forward to seeing you at Hannover Messe 2015!


Highlights 2014
  • Future Forum

    Future Forum

    The manufacturing, energy and infrastructure of tomorrow can already be experienced today: In the Future Forum, Siemens demonstrated its expertise in electrification, automation and digitalization.

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  • High-speed product design

    High-speed product design

    The NX PLM software reduces by half the time it takes to develop the world’s fastest electrically powered race car, which reaches top speeds of more than 300 km/h.

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  • Production planning

    Success can be planned

    Industry software makes it possible to completely simulate and optimize entire factories and individual machines – in other words, the complete production – on screen.

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  • Efficient engineering

    Efficient engineering

    Use the TIA Portal, the shared engineering framework for all automation tasks, and reduce time and effort for programming and setting up machines and plants by up to 30 percent.

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  • Execution

    Improved Execution

    Faster, more flexible and smarter: Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) and Integrated Drive Systems (IDS) set the scene for maximum efficiency and productivity.

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  • Smart Data. For even smarter production

    Data-driven value

    Energy Analytics, part of Data-Driven Services from Siemens, enabled the Siemens electronics plant in Amberg to save hundreds of thousands of kWh of electricity and reduce its annual nitrogen consumption by 100,000 liters.

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Hannover Messe Blog
  • Energy storage opportunities are everywhere

    Energy storage opportunities are everywhere

    Part 3 of Prof. Dr. Michael Weinhold’s insights into the future of energy.

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  • Hannover Messe 2014 - Smart grids are about to get a whole lot smarter

    Smart grids are about to get a whole lot smarter

    Part 2 of Prof. Dr. Michael Weinhold’s insights into the future of energy.

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  • We're shovel sellers, not gold miners

    "We're shovel sellers, not gold miners"

    The Hannover Messe was the scene of a wide range of presentations, keynote talks and podium discussions on all aspects of the future of industry.

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  • High hopes for hydrogen

    High hopes for hydrogen

    The principle of Electrolysis has been known for decades but PEM electrolysis is an important new technology for the production of hydrogen as an energy carrier.

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  • Hannover Messe 2014 - The future of energy looks bright

    The future of energy looks bright

    Several impressive possibilities for the future of energy were showcased at Hannover Messe.

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