Urgent, cost-effective solutions are needed to ensure an energy future that is more sustainable, resilient, and equitable—one that creates jobs in America’s new green economy. Learn from Ruth Gratzke, president for Siemens Smart Infrastructure, U.S., on how the Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) model can play a critical role in reshaping energy spending while addressing efficiency improvements.
Digitalization and the use of digital twins have been crucial to saving lives through the development of Covid-19 vaccines and improving their manufacturing processes and their storage and transportation. Stephen Ferguson, simulation engineer at Siemens Digital Industries Software, explains how digital twins optimize each stage in the vaccine production process.
The Biden Administration has proposed a $174 billion plan to boost America’s electric vehicle (EV) market. Part of that plan includes 500,000 new charging points. John DeBoer, head of Siemens eMobility solutions and Future Grid Business, North America, spoke with The Mobilist by Medium about this significant step for EV infrastructure in the United States.
Siemens is partnering with more than 100 U.S. cities to build the critical infrastructure that’s needed for the 21st century, bringing new technologies and capabilities to the industrial world. Brie Sachse, vice president and head of U.S. Government Affairs for Siemens U.S, discusses how the convergence of the digital and physical worlds enables our infrastructure to do things it just couldn’t do before.
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