Siemens USA and Siemens Government Technologies are both headquartered in the Washington DC area, which is home to 800 Siemens employees, including nearly 90 U.S. military veterans. The nation’s capital recently utilized the Siemens City Performance Tool to discover pathways to achieving the ambitious target of becoming the greenest, healthiest, and most livable city in the United States.
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Siemens Helps Washington DC Become a Green City
From providing advanced electric locomotives to modernizing iconic monuments, Siemens is helping to move the nation’s capital further into the 21st century.
U.S. cities are grappling with a challenge: How can they ensure that legacy infrastructure connects with new digital capabilities? Siemens is working with Washington DC to reinvent the infrastructure it has, from energy to buildings to transportation, and make it more flexible for the future.
From Smart LED lighting across the National Mall to solar energy at the Manassas National Battlefield Park, Siemens is using the latest technology to upgrade American landmarks.
The National Park Service works with Siemens to conserve energy and water at 13 national parks across the Washington DC area. The technology can make iconic monuments, historic battlefields, and other national treasures more environmentally-friendly so they can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Learn more about the company’s footprint in Washington DC.
Siemens in Washington DC
The nation’s capital serves as the headquarters of Siemens USA, the company’s largest market, as well as Siemens Government Technologies, which focuses on infrastructure, energy, industry and healthcare federal markets.
The Siemens City Performance Tool report analyzed technology pathways for achieving the ambitious target found in the Washington DC’s sustainability plan. It builds on momentum generated by Washington DC’s Sustainable DC vision of becoming the greenest, healthiest, and most livable city in the United States.
Siemens is supplying 75 Charger diesel-electric locomotives to Amtrak for the Northeast Corridor, which connects two of the largest U.S. cities: Washington DC and New York. The Chargers will provide enhanced experience, greater availability and increased sustainability, improving Amtrak's long-distance services and operating efficiencies.
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