Smart Infrastructure combines the real and digital worlds across energy systems, buildings and industries, enhancing the way people live and work and significantly improving efficiency and sustainability. We work together with customers and partners to create an ecosystem that both intuitively responds to the needs of people and helps customers achieve their business goals. It helps our customers to thrive, communities to progress and supports sustainable development to protect our planet for the next generation.
Smart infrastructure is sustainable infrastructure
As the global population grows, humanity is putting increased pressure on the planet, changing the climate, depleting resources and polluting the environment.
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We develop smart infrastructure to create a more efficient, intelligent, caring and sustainable environment – for now and future generations.
Upcoming events & webinars
Webcast: Safeguarding our digital world
Cybersecurity is an essential piece in keeping critical infrastructure and communities operating as intended. Learn what steps we are taking at our free cybersecurity webcast series: Cybersecurity 2021: Safeguarding our digital world, that runs from October 6 to November 17 where every two weeks we will gather to address Siemens’ holistic approach to cybersecurity across all Siemens’ companies. Join our Smart Infrastructure experts on 20th October at 15:00 CET to learn why cybersecurity is essential for building owners and operators and how we can keep every aspect of your organization secure.
Customer success stories
The University of Birmingham partners with Siemens to create the smartest university campus in the world
The University of Birmingham, in partnership with Siemens, is combining digital sensor and analytic technologies, artificial intelligence, decentralised energy generation and storage, renewable energy and concepts that help change users’ behaviour to transform the University’s Edgbaston and Dubai campuses into the world’s smartest global campus, creating a ‘Living Lab’ where research, teaching and learning all benefit from access to new data and connectivity.