The Digital Worker: Empowered to perform

In the wake of digitalization, more information has led to more opportunities for predictive management. At the forefront of this change, the Siemens Digital Worker empowers you to think ahead and prevent any situations that impair the quality of your output or the availability and safety of your plant.

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Your Benefits

The Digital Worker takes plant operation to the next level

Designed for efficiency and safety, the Siemens Digital Worker is a groundbreaking approach that enables predictive maintenance and real-time documentation. It merges the real with the virtual worlds to create new levels of efficiency for your plant operation. Get empowered to perform.
Exemplary Use Cases

How the Digital Worker makes the difference in the field

See how the Digital Worker provides a new level of efficiency, safety, process reliability and plant availability – to help you stay ahead of any situation.

The Digital Worker explained at ACHEMA Pulse 2021


See how you can digitalize processes and go paperless with remote access, electronic documentation, data availability and smart devices.

In our conversation with Benedikt Efker (Head of Digitalization Production & Assets, LANXESS) and Ulrike Lehnhof (Corporate Account Manager, Siemens), we focus on digital transformation in the field.


In the chemical industry, perhaps the biggest challenge is to keep the plant running reliably and safely. Learn how the Siemens Digital Worker handles these issues in the field by enabling operating personnel to digitalize and automate, as well as using state-of-the-art technologies such as AR and VR.

See how manual processes – even those as simple as paper and pen – are replaced with digital processes and smart devices.

The digital transformation is leading to profound change. This evolution, including the integration of more smart devices, will play a key role in the success of digital plants and enable field workers to overcome daily challenges.


Get deeper insights into this transformation with Frank Opalla (Digital Industries, Process Automation Siemens AG) and Helmut Guggenbichler (Managing Director at Augmensys GmbH), as they discuss the challenges and explore use cases for the Digital Worker.


The benefits:

  • More control
  • More contextual information
  • More insights
  • More opportunities
Clipboards, slips of paper and pens will soon be things of the past. Tablets connected directly to the central IT systems at LANXESS will make work for our production and maintenance employees more efficient, user-friendly and safer.
Benedikt Efker (Head of Digitalization Production & Assets, LANXESS)

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