With over 2,300 employees in the Boston region, more than 70 of which are U.S. military veterans, Siemens has an extensive footprint spanning its infrastructure, healthcare and software businesses, including the recent acquisition of low-code platform provider Mendix. Siemens has 12 facilities in the area, including a new manufacturing and R&D site for laboratory diagnostics.
Developing the Future of Healthcare Diagnostics
High-Tech Jobs in Walpole
Siemens Healthineers’ new manufacturing and R&D facility in Walpole, Massachusetts, will be one of the country’s leading facilities for laboratory diagnostics.
The $300 million investment will create 700 new jobs in the community by 2026 and help improve the lives of the patients that the company’s customers serve through disease prevention.
The Green Footprints program at UMass Memorial is designed to educate students on sustainability, alternative energy, and waste management by providing tools for hands-on learning.
Through the energy awareness program, Siemens gives back to the community by providing STEM education projects with students, as well as patients in hospitals. At UMass Memorial, children got outside of their in-patient room and built wind energy kits, creating a learning and healing environment.
Learn more about the company’s footprint in Boston.
Acquiring Boston Manufacturer
Siemens + Russelectric
In 2019, Siemens closed its acquisition of Russelectric, a U.S. manufacturer of power control systems. The acquisition brings together the companies’ electrical power portfolios and service organizations to help critical markets, such as data centers, public infrastructure, and healthcare, address the need to improve reliability, security and affordability.
The addition of Boston-based Mendix, strengthens Siemens' digital enterprise leadership. The low-code application developer will help Siemens bolster its efforts in IoT and its cloud-based MindSphere, creating a true innovation platform of choice for organizations large and small seeking to digitally transform.
With Siemens, the City of New Bedford, Massachusetts, converted its 8,000 streetlights to LED technology and implemented a series of building technologies across its 19 municipal facilities, in addition to other energy efficiency improvements. The $30 million upgrades are expected to help reduce the city’s energy consumption by 30 percent.
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