Siemens has more than 3,500 employees in the state of New York working across the company’s infrastructure, energy, financial services and healthcare businesses. In New York City, Siemens technology is helping power some of the country’s most historic and well-known sites, including Carnegie Hall, the 9/11 Memorial fountains, and the Statue of Liberty, while its U.S.-manufactured electric locomotives for Amtrak transport riders in and out of the Big Apple.
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Siemens Helps Carnegie Hall Secure LEED Silver Certification
Siemens is a technology partner for Carnegie Hall, working to make the 127-year-old landmark building more energy efficient and safer with its software.
As part of the modernization of one of the world’s most advanced acoustics concert halls, Siemens supplies building automation, fire safety and security solutions, as well as parts of the power distribution system, for almost 165,000 square feet of space.
Brooklyn-Based Mircrogrid Brings New Meaning to ‘Community’
The partnership between L03 Energy and Siemens at the Brooklyn-based rooftop solar farm demonstrates how energy can be generated, sold and used at the local level.
LO3 Energy is working with Siemens and its startup financier, Next47, on the Brooklyn microgrid project. There, neighbors are empowered to produce, consume and purchase electricity within their community with a blockchain-based transactive energy platform using Siemens microgrid software.
Learn more about the company’s footprint in New York City.
Communications Based Train Control (CBTC)
Metropolitan Transit Authority
Siemens CBTC technology has been installed on the New York Canarsie L subway line, which was built more than a century ago. This technology automates operations so more trains can be added to the system — reducing passengers’ wait times at the station platform. Siemens was also awarded a $156 million contract by MTA to install CBTC on the Queens Boulevard Line, one of the busiest subway lines on the New York City Transit system.
Siemens EnergyIP makes Con Edison one of the first energy providers in the United States capable of recording and processing electric power meter data in near real-time. Con Edison's program aims to use power consumption information to improve grid reliability and reduce outages, as well as to facilitate the integration of renewable energy resources onto the grid.
One Penn Plaza serves as the U.S. headquarters for Siemens Mobility, Inc., which specializes in efficient and integrated transportation by rail and road. In addition to corporate administrative functions, the office also services ongoing projects for numerous transportation agencies around greater New York and houses R&D and engineering for automation and digitalization technologies like CBTC and PTC.
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