How can smart buildings support in adapting to the 'new normal'?In the face of the global pandemic, buildings around the world are preparing to reopen. How can today's technologies support organizations in returning to workplace with confidence? There may be new regulations in place to ensure the safety and well-being of occupants and visitors. At the same time, buildings are running on changing capacities and there is a need for greater flexibility. Explore our 'Back to the workplace' eGuide and find solutions to help you better meet your needs from social distancing and space optimization to thermal scanning and remote services.
How can smart buildings help support the fight against the coronavirus?
Building technology can support companies in taking measures to protect employees, customers and partners. Our COVID-19 recommendations provide information on concrete measures.
Health organizations and companies around the world have turned to contact tracing and social distancing measures to slow down or stop the chain of transmission of the virus. How can IoT solutions provide greater transparency and reliability in ensuring adherence to new guidelines?
When integrated with Enlighted IoT sensors, social distancing measures established can also be managed by building operators through insights provided by data on the utilization of rooms or common office spaces. The Comfy workplace app allows building operators and owners to engage with occupants and keep them informed, safe and productive. Find out more...
The need for body temperature detection will prove to be critical as workplaces reopen. To mitigate any risks caused by the spread of the virus, technologies which allow for efficient scanning of temperatures as occupants and visitors enter the building will be deployed. The integration of the body temperature detection with access control enables a highly secure and contactless solution.
Siemens Siveillance solution enables an accuracy of better than +/-0.5°C at 37 °C, as compared to standard thermal security surveillance cameras which provide an accuracy of around 5°C . This is achieved through the use of a specialized camera in a stable ambient environment and using a so-called 'Blackbody' reference temperature device. The solution is designed based on internal testing and market feedback, ensuring the higher accuracy required to confidentially detect elevated body skin temperature of individuals. Find out more or explore our smart security solutions.
Although many buildings are currently “closed”, there are still a number of
facilities that must be kept running. Many of these buildings run at least on average or above average capacity with a high number of occupants, while there are also buildings that are fully operational but almost empty.
Using HVAC and other Building Management System functions, these buildings must
be operated in the best possible way. Today, this often means a temporary shift from
energy efficiency to operational efficiency to help protect theoccupants, to the best possible extent. Additionally, these “closed” buildings cannot be left without attention. Despite being a second priority, they need accurate control and monitoring. This ensures that they are healthy and safe places to return to after the crisis – and that assets are protected while empty. Find out more or download recommendations.
Today more than ever, the need for business continuity and resiliency is a high priority for organizations around the world. The ongoing pandemic has put a spotlight. Top-performing facilities are using an intelligent maintenance approach that leverages the power of digital technology, helping make better-informed decisions. Siemens remote connectivity enables sites to be monitored so faults can be diagnosed and, in some cases, repaired remotely. The service also brings together digital tools and data driven analytics to offer customers the ability to enable condition-based maintenance. Through automated Fault Detection Diagnostics (FDD), faults are identified before they occur - reducing the chance of downtime and improving the reliability of systems. The Siemens team of experts support in optimizing the comprehensive building performance, while delivering optimal energy performance and mitigating operational risks. Find out more...
How do we turn buildings into living environments that can interact with their occupants, learn from them and ultimately adapt to their changing needs?With our unique mix of people, technology and services we provide a solid foundation to enhance your building performance with the power of data – and ultimately create the perfect place for you to achieve your business goals.
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How can you turn buildings – inanimate, silent and passive structures – into living environments that can interact with their occupants, learn from them, and ultimately adapt to their changing needs? Explore the world of smart buildings and learn what a perfect place of the future will look like.
Your productivity depends to a great extent on your work environment. We’ve focused our expertise in building automation to create work spaces that are comfortable and flexible - along with our portfolio of IoT solutions which provide building occupants with greater control over their environment.
Our combination of solutions also support organizations build a more resilient workplace with technologies which enable efficient and realible contact tracing, social distancing and body temperature detection.
Learn more about how you can enhance staff productivity and building operations by bringing together intelligent infrastructure and the workplace of the future.
Maximum uptime, the highest energy efficiency, full scalability: Data center operators face a multitude of challenges. We’ve used our extensive expertise and experience to create a comprehensive portfolio of integrated data center solutions and global services that will help you master these challenges.
Find out more about how you can ensure the highest level of reliability whilst ensuring fire safety, security, sustainability and power management.
Buildings used for tasks related to research, development and storage in the life sciences have to meet unique requirements. In order to comply with the strict norms and regulations aimed at ensuring occupant health and safety as well as production and storage requirements, a highly specialized technological infrastructure must be implemented and maintained. Our integrated life science technologies are specifically designed for the unique operational requirements in the life science industry.
Discover how the right combination of technology and services can enhance your competitiveness, minimize risks and increasing efficiency in each step of your value chain.
Hospital management needs to meet many different requirements: In addition to optimal care for patients, a positive and productive work environment for your staff is just as important as managing resources efficiently. Specialized applications require even more specialized implementations in operating rooms, pressurized rooms and laboratories. Our solutions help patients recover faster and the staff to work more efficiently – in a comfortable environment.
In order to meet the changing demands of Hospitals, Siemens provides solutions which support in minimizing Healthcare-Associated Infections (HIA). These range from room pressure and humidity monitoring to tracking and reviewing patient movement.
Find out how you can create the right environment to enhance patient satisfaction and healing, whilst improving your staff productivity.
The airport industry has evolved in recent decades and the growing demand for global connectivity signals a need for newer, more innovative solutions. From integrated building systems to baggage handling management - we bring together intelligence and actionable insights for new levels of passenger experience, operational efficiency, sustainability, safety and security.
Find out how Siemens can help you take advantage of digitalization to create an airport that works smart and offers a passenger experience that rivals the best facilities in the world.
Hotels today strive to become the accommodation of choice for travelers around the world. In order to ensure guest satisfaction, a seamless experience is expected. The Smart hotel facilitates the day-to-day management of operations, improves the comfort and experience of customer, while enhancing safety and security of people and assets.
Discover how you can enhance daily operations and improve energy efficiency without compromising on your guests' satisfaction and comfort.
The right learning environment can lead to great things. A smart campus provides the right environment for students, staff and researchers to thrive. Siemens is proud to partner with Universities around the world to help provide the perfect campus experience and industry collaborations.
Find out how our comprehensive solutions and services can support you in enhancing student and staff productivity, achieve sustainability targets or create living labs and research collaborations.