Something drives us every day to make buildings better
Australia is a sunburnt country, a land of droughts and flooding rains. New Zealand is the land of the long white cloud. Both countries share an affinity with nature, nevertheless we spend around 90 percent of our lives indoors - there is no place where we spend more time in our life. So buildings are far more than just four walls. They are the places where we learn the most important lessons in life, where we encounter the personalities that inspire us, where the best of our ideas are born. Buildings are the places where we spend time with the people we love. And at the end of it all: They are our homes – and there is no place in the world that feels so special to us. We all begin our lives in a perfect place: In our mother´s tummy. A place where it is never too cold, never too warm, never too loud, never too quiet; a place where we can always feel safe and secure. Our life starts in the perfect place - long before we can even think. So why shouldn’t all our lives be lived in perfect places? A perfect place – perfectly designed for its purpose. A place to learn, a place to develop, a place to grow, a place to succeed. It takes Ingenuity for life to create these perfect places – to give people a place to achieve their most ambitious goals, to give people a place where they can always feel safe and secure, to give them a place where they can live the life they want.
At Museums Victoria in Melbourne, Australia, the building preserves more than artefacts. It preserves the story of a country. Building management systems from Siemens make Museums Victoria a perfect place to preserve Australia’s heritage.
This building stops time
Building management systems from Siemens make Museums Victoria a perfect place to preserve Australia’s heritage. Watch the story here.
Siemens’ relationship with Australia began 144 years ago with 40,000 wooden poles and a copper telegraph wire 3,200 kilometers long. It continues today delivering the technologies of the future, this time with a major cost-saving and energy efficiency gain for Melbourne’s biggest museum complex.
At Sello shopping center in Helsinki, Finland, visitors experience more than a shopping center. Data-driven services from Siemens make the shopping center a perfect place for people to come together – and feel comfortable.
This building is a community
At Sello shopping center in Helsinki, Finland, visitors to the mall find the building can create more than comfort. It can create community. Watch the story here.
With more than 170 shops, a multiplex cinema and 24 million visitors each year, the Sello shopping center has continually been rated by consumers in the Helsinki metropolitan area as one of the best – and one of the greenest.
When the East Syracuse-Minoa school district began an energy performance contract with Siemens they expected savings on their utilities – what they got was a corporate partner in the development of their 1960s factory-era school into a model for 21st century innovative learning.
Beer has been brewed at the Feldschlösschen brewery in Rheinfelden, Switzerland, since 1876. During this period its beautiful headquarters, reminiscent of a grand castle, has been continuously expanded and upgraded.
Ensuring perfect room climate for building users, keeping people and assets save and – at the same time – running the building automation cost and energy efficiently: Our comprehensive portfolio of building automation and control systems, room automation, field devices and fire safety products offers the right solution for each requirement. We make it perfect for its user´s needs – for every stage of life.
Building automation systems
Building automation systems for all building types – office buildings or hospitals – and sizes, managing multiple or single disciplines of your building.
Discover our comprehensive portfolio on fire safety for fire detection, extinguishing and danger management.
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How we've helped our customers
A community landmark
With its striking architectural design incorporating unique green walls, a sky deck and iconic heliostat, One Central Park is a community landmark. The sustainable apartment complex utilises an advanced Energy Monitoring System which saves both energy and costs.
Fire protection for a Sydney landmark
InterContinental Sydney welcomes its guests to a beautifully restored building dating from 1851. The entire complex provides an ambiance where guests as well as personnel feel safe and comfortable. In order to not disturb this atmosphere with irritating false alarms, a reliable fire protection system was required.
The Robina Hospital in Queensland has doubled in size in recent times, becoming a major healthcare facility. The first Australian installation of Siemens Demand Flow energy optimisation system is already exceeding targets and reducing energy consumption at the hospital.
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