Siemens in the USA for Denver

Denver

Over 250 Siemens employees, including 20 U.S. military veterans, call the Denver region home. Siemens has built more than 200 light rail vehicles over 25 years for the Regional Transportation District, Denver’s mass transit agency. Siemens also serves as the infrastructure technology partner for Sterling Ranch, a 3,400-acre 21st-century community, and produces the electric aviation motor for Denver-based Bye Aerospace.
Connected Communities

Building Sterling Ranch’s Smart Community Infrastructure

Siemens is an official technology partner for Sterling Ranch, one of the first developments designed from the ground up to be a completely smart, connected and sustainable community.

Just outside of Denver, Sterling Ranch is a community of more than 12,000 homes that relies on Siemens command, control and communications technology to support the entire physical infrastructure and data-driven advanced facility analytics. The software helps Sterling Ranch capture energy efficiency data and home energy ratings.

Aiming High

Sun Flyer 2 Completes First Flight with Siemens Electric Propulsion Motor

Bye Aerospace’s electric Sun Flyer 2 successfully completed its first official flight test with a Siemens electric propulsion motor on February 8, 2019, at Centennial Airport, south of Denver.

Siemens continues to bring electric aviation to the skies with its Bye Aerospace partnership. Siemens’ world-record motor delivers five times the power of comparable drive systems and will be used in the development of Bye Aerospace’s two-seater Sun Flyer 2 trainer aircraft.