Smart infrastructure advisory
Value creation with infrastructure: Smart technologies and digitalization are defining the requirements for future infrastructure of countries, cities and districts determined by socioeconomic and environmental values and factors.
Planning a new infrastructure project
Successfully implement new infrastructure with the latest systems and services.
We can support you in the following fields of application:
Smart infrastructure strategies and concepts
Smart Technologies can make life in cities safer, more productive, cheaper and more sustainable. Decentralized, renewable energy sources and storage, infrastructure for electromobility, smart streetlights, smart water meters – the list of promising technologies for the City of the Future is long and steadily growing. Yet what helps bring us closer to fulfilling our vision of a neighborhood life worth living? Read in this whitepaper, released by the Siemens Energy Business Advisory, how urban planners tackle such showcase projects. Want to know more? Read the Whitepaper: Planning for the future - the technologies on which city planners can rely.
Utility of the future
IT/OT implementation advisory
Creating technology roadmaps ready for implementation: Advances in data science, analytics, and complex event processing are the key drivers. They turn the data flood from new sensors into meaningful insights for value-oriented decision-making. Using our functional reference architecture, we help you analyze your technology base, evaluate the future technical requirements for the future grid, and design comprehensive technology roadmaps to meet those requirements.
To avoid issues of compatibility, scalability, and servicing, our functional reference architecture is designed around a completely product-agnostic and technology-neutral vision. It focuses on precise technical “functionalities” organized into classes and sub-classes. By providing a common terminology and lexicon, our functional reference architecture describes different technical functionalities in their precise context. It enables use-cases to be created with minimum ambiguity, and allows executable technology implementation roadmaps to bedesigned.