For more than three decades, Siemens has called the Orlando area home with nearly 850 employees working to advance energy efficient buildings and infrastructure, digital software, and healthcare. Orlando houses one of the Siemens Mindsphere Application Centers, with a long-standing academic partner University of Central Florida.
Innovation in Orlando
$10 Million Investment and 100+ Research Projects at UCF
For the past 30 years, Siemens has partnered with UCF on over 100 research projects, directly investing more than $10 million.
Focusing on advancing the energy sector, Siemens and UCF launched UCF's Digital Grid Innovation Laboratory and the Center of Innovation for Diagnostics & Prognostics. Fueling a digital workforce in the community, one in five Siemens Orlando employees are UCF alumni.
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Open 365 days of the year, the 400-foot ICON Orlando observation wheel has the capacity to provide up to 1,500 passenger flights an hour. To ensure passenger safety, along with year-round reliability, Intamin Amusement Rides deployed Siemens’ fully integrated, end-to-end system automation and motion control, plus drives and wireless communications.
Developing Digital Twins
Siemens has an ongoing partnership with Kissimmee-based BRIDG, a high tech research facility, to drive the development of Digital Twin technologies for the semiconductor industry. Siemens provided an in-kind software grant to BRIDG that will enable its digital enterprise site to feature the complete Siemens product lifecycle management (PLM) portfolio.
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