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With over 1,200 employees, including 90 veterans, across four locations, Siemens has a long history and extensive footprint in Cincinnati. The region is a perfect example of how the company is bridging its expertise in the physical and digital worlds with Cincinnati being home to one of the company’s oldest manufacturing sites in the world in addition to one of its largest industrial software hubs.
Embracing Industry 4.0 in a 120-year-old plant

Old Becomes New

With a $30 million investment, Siemens transformed its electric motor manufacturing facility into an innovative global motor R&D center with $8.5 million worth of machinery and equipment.

Built in 1898, the Siemens Norwood, Ohio, manufacturing facility is one of the company’s oldest. The plant, which underwent a significant modernization, manufactures large traction motors and parts used in industries like rail, oil and gas, chemical, pulp and paper, mining and power generation.

Protecting Industry

Continuous Facility Surveillance

Siemens operates one of its three global Cyber Security Operation Centers in Milford, Ohio, offering protection for industrial facilities around the world.

The growth of connected industrial infrastructures calls for appropriate protective action for the automation environment. At the Cyber Security Operations Center, Siemens industrial security specialists monitor facilities for cyber threats, warn companies in the event of security incidents and coordinate proactive countermeasures.

Siemens in Cincinnati

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