What’s the next big thing that can propel Hong Kong’s smart city journey even further? Given the needs to integrate and analyze oceans of data, creating platform-based ecosystem could be the answer to sustain smart city innovations and drive further advancements in city operations. Read our latest insight to explore how we can leverage platform-based ecosystem to make the transition towards City 4.0.
Upholding the belief of “Business to Society” for over 170 years, Siemens is named a Caring Company for the 17th consecutive year as a recognition of our dedicated efforts and care towards the local community.
In the face of COVID-19, workplaces begin to reopen and the adherence to protection measures is crucial. From controlled access to track & trace, social distancing and space optimization, we are committed to supporting you with the tailoring workplace solutions for your smart building.
Megatrends are bringing more challenges to cities than ever before and digital transformation is key in turning cities resilient and future-proof. In association with KPMG, CLP, Cyberport, HKBN JOS, Smart City Consortium, Weave Co-Living and Wilson Group, we present to you the Future Hong Kong 2030 report, diving into Hong Kong's smart city prospect over the next decade.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, IoT could be the antidote for us to maintain our operations. It also unveils opportunities in city infrastructure. While much is still unknown on the pandemic development, IoT is clearly writing a new world order.
Ever since the Covid-19 outbreak began, Siemens has been continuously implementing timely measures to safeguard the health and safety of our employees and partners, doing our part to protect the society.
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