Why shouldn’t all our lives be lived in perfect places?
With people spending about 90 percent of their lives indoors, there is no place where we spend more time in our life. So buildings are far more than just four walls. They are the places where we learn the most important lessons in life, where we encounter the personalities that inspire us, where the best of our ideas are born. Buildings are the places where we spend time with the people we love. And at the end of it all: They are our homes – and there is no place in the world that feels so special to us. We all begin our lives in a perfect place: In our mother´s tummy. A place where it is never too cold, never too warm, never too loud, never too quiet; a place where we can always feel safe and secure. Our life starts in the perfect place - long before we can even think. So why shouldn’t all our lives be lived in perfect places? A perfect place – perfectly designed for its purpose. A place to learn, a place to develop, a place to grow, a place to succeed. It takes Ingenuity for life to create these perfect places – to give people a place to achieve their most ambitious goals, to give people a place where they can always feel safe and secure, to give them a place where they can live the life they want.
The places where we spend our lives can change our lives
As trusted advisor and reliable partner, as a system integrator, service provider and a product vendor, Siemens offers energy-efficient, safe and secure buildings and infrastructure. With our people, experience and technical expertise, it's our passion to help you to create the perfect place – your perfect place. Experience perfect places:
This building changes futures
Building technology from Siemens makes Pine Grove Middle School in East Syracuse, New York, a perfect place to create the new learning environment that new minds need. Watch the story here.
When the East Syracuse-Minoa school district began an energy performance contract with Siemens they expected savings on their utilities – what they got was a corporate partner in the development of their 1960s factory-era school into a model for 21st century innovative learning.
Digitalisation allows buildings to communicate within the cloud. Billions of intelligent devices and machines generate massive amounts of data every day, every hour, every second. Enhanced communication with buildings is the key to creating perfect places. Being a leader in the digital transformation means knowing how to create real value from this data with one overall goal: To improve our customers' buildings performance constantly. Only when you can understand what buildings are saying is it possible to turn places into perfect places.
This building is a community
At Sello shopping center in Helsinki, Finland, visitors to the mall find the building can create more than comfort. It can create community. Watch the story here.
With more than 170 shops, a multiplex cinema and 24 million visitors each year, the Sello shopping center has continually been rated by consumers in the Helsinki metropolitan area as one of the best – and one of the greenest.
Energy costs ran high across the schools and preschools of Sosnowiec, due to classroom temperatures that were too high and hard to control. This also had a negative impact on students' performance. For the authorities of Sosnowiec, it was clear that a complete refurbishment of the schools' system was essential: 87 schools had to be technically modernised in only 10 months.
This building stops time
Building management systems from Siemens make Museums Victoria a perfect place to preserve Australia’s heritage. Watch the story here.
Siemens’ relationship with Australia began 144 years ago with 40,000 wooden poles and a copper telegraph wire 3,200 kilometers long. It continues today delivering the technologies of the future, this time with a major cost-saving and energy efficiency gain for Melbourne’s biggest museum complex.
A perfect place is a place that’s perfect for a purpose
Buildings account for 41 percent of energy consumption worldwide, and produce a third of greenhouse gas emissions. As public opinion calls for more environmental transparency and accountability from public and commercial organizations, improving your buildings' efficiency is a necessary move. But it is also a smart one: With energy accounting for up to 30 percent of a building's lifecycle cost, performance optimization is a critical step in not just meeting sustainability expectations and emissions reduction targets - but a key lever to improve financial, regulatory and reputational standing. Find out more about energy efficiency, sustainable buildings and how to turn your buildings into true assets.
The building is the beer
Fire safety systems from Siemens make the Feldschlösschen brewery in Switzerland a perfect place to keep a tradition on tap. Watch the story here.
Beer has been brewed at the Feldschlösschen brewery in Rheinfelden, Switzerland, since 1876. During this period its beautiful headquarters, reminiscent of a grand castle, has been continuously expanded and upgraded.
We’re about what buildings make possible – and buildings make more possible than ever before
At the Sino-German Ecopark Passive House Technology Center in Qingdao, China, building management systems from Siemens demonstrate that practically zero-emission buildings are possible: and so is a bright future for the world.
This building is a seed
At Qingdao’s Sino-German Ecopark in China, building management systems from Siemens make the Passive House Technology Center a perfect place to protect our future. Watch the story here.
A building puts you in a place – building technology puts you in a state of mind
At DB Schenker head office in Essen, Germany, the building isn’t just a place to work. It’s a place that creates space for ideas. Building management systems from Siemens make the DB Schenker head office in Germany a perfect place to innovate.
This building creates space for ideas
Building management systems from Siemens make the DB Schenker head office in Germany a perfect place to innovate. Watch the story here.
The metropolis of the Ruhr region, Essen, has been awarded the coveted title of European Green Capital 2017. The new headquarters of logistics giant DB Schenker fitted with building technology from Siemens plays its part in the green renaissance.
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