800 Siemens employees work in the Detroit region in the company’s eight
facilities across PLM software, building technologies and energy businesses.
Siemens also has a variety of customers throughout the city, including Founders
Brewery, Ford and RedViking. Statewide, Siemens has over 25 academic
partnerships with high schools, community colleges and universities, including
Oakland University and Lawrence Technological University.
Software Goes Sudsy at Founders Brewing Co.
Utilizing automation software and control panels, Siemens helped Founders Brewing standardize recipes and expand its R&D brewhouse.
At its R&D brewhouse, Founders Brewing uses Siemens software to test products with more flexibility, accurately manipulating brewing temperatures to ensure its unique batches come out perfectly each time.
Changing the Manufacturing Landscape With Patti Engineering
Patti Engineering uses Siemens IoT platform, MindSphere, to take device data, send it to the cloud, and convert it into actionable information.
A control system integration company based in Auburn Hills, Michigan, Patti Engineering can use Siemens MindSphere to help manufacturing companies customize solutions to meet their unique business needs.
Learn more about the company’s footprint in Detroit.
Investing $5 Million in the Future of Mobility
American Center for Mobility
Siemens PLM software is a preferred simulation provider and an Industry Advisory Board member for the American Center for Mobility, where it invested $5 million worth of hardware, software and support for its autonomous vehicle testing track. As part of the partnership, Siemens simulation and testing solutions support the testing and validation of automated and connected vehicles.
Eighty percent of automotive factories around the world rely on Siemens automation equipment. One of them is Ford Automotive, headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, which used Siemens technology to reduce issues in its vehicle process by 80 percent. The company’s strong and ongoing partnership with Ford is illustrated by its technology presence in more than 40 Ford plants across 18 countries.
Siemens has over 25 partner high schools, community colleges and universities across Michigan. Most recently, Siemens donated $75,000 in cash, hardware and software to Lawrence Technological University, which will be used to equip a new laboratory for its industrial engineering programs.
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