Advantage through technologyFor over 130 years, Siemens has been delivering products, systems and services for the defence industry. From product lifecycle management to building technologies and cybersecurity, Siemens engages with government and defence suppliers to provide digital solutions that optimise operations.
From design to realisationDefence organisations are developing cutting edge platforms and systems with exceptional performance goals. Governments are transforming infrastructure and security systems for new aircraft and technology. The driving force is innovation, facilitated by collaborative, synchronised program management across the aerospace and defense product lifecycle and value chain.
Siemens' production planning suite for defence OEMs and suppliers can be tightly integrated with other enterprise systems to help increase the efficiency, accuracy, and agility of manufacturing operations. Siemens offers a process-driven PLM approach that brings manufacturing engineering into every aspect of your defence program, throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Leaving nothing to chanceUsed in highly critical government assets, Siemens solutions intelligently connect energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work - safely and securely. We work together with customers and partners to create an ecosystem that intuitively responds to the needs of people and supports sustainable development.
The world is changing. As our lives become closer and more connected, we face new challenges: How do we keep our employees, assets and business safe? How can we ensure compliance? How do we safeguard our investments? These are the crucial questions about security in our modern, networked world.
With decades of experience and a strong local presence in the Australian market, Siemens offers you a comprehensive range of vendor-agnostic solutions, products and systems for security management.
The numerous advantages of today’s increasingly digitalized and interconnected world come with a price: cyberattacks have become a serious threat, affecting critical infrastructure, public safety and national security. Although Australia and New Zealand are isolated island nations, we are not exempt from the growing number and sophistication of threat vectors. No industry is perhaps a bigger target than the defence sector.
Comprehensive security mechanisms and a security-oriented mindset throughout the entire organisation are essential to avert and mitigate these risks.
Siemens helped the Royal New Zealand Navy reach optimisation through an Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS). The HMS Te Kaha, one of the Navy’s ANZAC class frigates, is believed to be one of the first warships in the world with this technology and it has changed the way the ship operates by enabling the crew to optimise their time through automation.