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Siemens at SPS IPC Drives 2016 in hall 11

On the way to Industrie 4.0 – Driving the Digital Enterprise

Digitalizing the industrial value chain can give you long-term competitive advantages. At SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg we demonstrate how you can derive the best possible benefits when hardware, software, and services work together seamlessly throughout the entire industrial value chain.

We look forward to seeing you in hall 11 at SPS IPC Drives 2016!

 

Impressions from last year’s SPS IPC Drives



Competence in Automation

A highly dynamic market environment, ever shorter innovation cycles, faster time to market, increasing resource efficiency, flexible manufacturing and customized mass production: The path to “Industrie 4.0” is full of both new challenges and a wide range of new opportunities.

Discussion with industry experts: overview of SPS IPC Drives 2015

SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg drew to a close a few days ago. In our blog series over the past few weeks we have demonstrated how our customers can profit from the seamless interaction between hardware, software, and services along the entire industrial value chain.

HMI operator devices – the face of the machine

In an age of digitalization and Industrie 4.0 production processes are becoming increasingly complex and the demands on machines and plants are rising. With our Human Machine Interface solutions – or HMI for short – we can meet these increasing demands.

Guided Tour – It’s all about digitalization

The Siemens booth in hall 11 at SPS IPC Drives is a big one, and often crowded with visitors. It’s certainly a situation where a visitor can lose track of just what Siemens solutions are on display, and where. One good way to get expert information is the booth’s free guided tours.

Bottling and packaging in batch sizes of one

At our booth, you’ll experience firsthand how the machine building sector can already benefit today from digitalization in the areas of engineering, simulation, and control.

Integrating power distribution into digital industrial processes

The digital twin, which we’re demonstrating at our booth, is one example of the ways in which electrical power distribution is smoothly integrated into automated engineering processes, industrial automation, and integrated energy efficiency concepts.






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