Profit from long-term benefits of digitalization

Machine building and plant engineering

Innovation in machine building and plant engineering

As companies transform themselves into digital enterprises, digitalization is changing everything. This trend calls for new concepts for machines and plants, which in turn imposes new demands on machine building and plant engineering. What’s needed is digital planning and simulation, integration into industrial communications networks, access to top security functionalities and consistent, end-to-end data interfaces for new service strategies. Find out how you can respond faster, more efficiently and more flexibly, and exploit the benefits of digitalization today.

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Your Ultimate Guide to Web Tension Control

Improve your Performance and Product Quality

Web tension control refers to the process of controlling tension while transporting a web. Understand the fundamentals of web tension control and learn how to determine the issues that affect web tension control performance. Accurate and stable tension control ensures the highest product quality and productivity.

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Digitalization in machine building and plant engineering

Flexibly and efficiently exploiting the benefits of digitalization today.

Siemens Digitalization Showcase

Siemens Production Digital Twin helps you convey your proposed concepts to your customers.The same Digital Twin provides your customer the confidence the production system your machine is part of, will deliver the production rate required, at an effective cost.


Digitalization in use today

Find out how machine builders and plant engineers around the world are using industry and application-specific solutions to create winning concepts for machines and plants.

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OEM Partner Program

The OEM Partner Program is part of the Siemens worldwide network of resources including more than 50,000 specialists in automation, drives, networks, safety, motor controls and motion across every application or industry. This global accessibility helps you serve your machine customers with the confidence for rapid response to market changes. Services are offered to OEMs on a non-exclusive mutually beneficial basis to both Siemens and the receiving OEM. Participation is determined through an evaluation conducted with the OEM and a Siemens representative.

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