A commitment to powerful innovationFor over 100 years, Canadians have benefitted from Siemens' commitment to Innovation. And that's true today more than ever. Canadians can be where they need to be, power the technology they rely on, and access education to develop themselves as leaders.
When technology inspires people to shape the future, they leave behind a lasting legacy
Canadian businesses and consumers need reliability and flexibility, from transportation, to energy management and more. Siemens commitment to powerful innovation is bringing Canadians Ingenuity for life.
Siemens is helping Algonquin College redefine sustainability and energy management with an environmentally friendly infrastructure, an onsite microgrid and applied learning for their students. The partnership integrates right into the classroom, shaping faculty and students’ learning content and experience. The college is a living lab of what a green future really can look like.
A visionary partnership between Siemens and NB Power is establishing the utility as a leader in the global electricity industry. With Siemens Smart Grid solution, New Brunswickers are better managing their electricity consumption, embracing new forms of renewable energy and able to count on greater system-wide reliability.
Siemens is also changing the energy landscape in Alberta. Albertans rely less on traditional energy sources because ATCO and AltaLink have built a powerful energy backbone that brings clean, green energy from the windy south into the grid. Revolutionary converter stations help ensure 99.9 per cent reliability for the transmission system.
Public transportation in Calgary is also transforming. Siemens is providing Calgary Transit with new state-of-the-art light rail vehicles. Accessible to all riders, the cars were built to withstand Calgary’s extreme climate. Calgarians can rely on getting to their destination without delay.
Torontonians don't give a second thought to being warm in downtown hospitals, offices and homes on chilly days. Enwave Energy reliably heats 150 buildings in downtown Toronto, including mission-critical buildings like Ontario's world-renown hospitals. Enwave's heating plant is automated, monitored and managed by a control system from Siemens, which is fed critical real-time info from Siemens instrumentation.
And it's a similar story in Manitoba, where innovation is at the heart of Manitoba Hydro's high voltage direct current (HVDC) energy transmission line. This is HVDC project in North America in the last 30 years, and includdes the most advanced technology of its kind in the world. Meanwhile, for Hydro-Québec, Siemens has delivered breakthrough substation automation and cybersecurity, leveraging its first-in-the-world IEC 62433 certification.
Siemens is shaping the future for Canadians … that's Ingenuity for life