For its 2016 campaign, the company decided to take a creative yet informative approach, highlighting one particular technology — voice communication systems.
The improvements will help the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District meet its sustainability goals while improving equipment performance and fan experience.
Siemens has been awarded a $38.6M contract by the Federal Bureau of Prisons to implement energy and water conservation measures that will save $2.5M annually at two correctional facilities in eastern Kentucky.
Carnegie Hall is one of a limited but distinguished number of century-old buildings to achieve LEED certification.
This video recap discusses how to develop a comprehensive approach for managing your fire alarm, fire sprinkler, emergency communications, and other building systems.
Multi-phase improvements at a senior living facility in Ottawa, IL call for a conscious focus on occupant safety.
Consumers with these models should immediately contact Siemens to schedule a free inspection and replacement of the recalled audible base.
Find out more about what every facility manager needs to know for streamlined operations and overall better efficiency.
User interfaces in intelligent buildings are taking the lead from the computer gaming industry.
The Summit brought together 1,200 attendees to discuss the advantages of investing in America and the importance of foreign direct investment as a source of job creation and economic growth.
Siemens Energy has developed a free online game that challenges the user to design a sustainable energy system for a city.
“A Path to Achieving Higher Building Performance” assesses specific building improvements and identifies the best performing solutions.
This line of PCIVs integrates three functions into a single device.
From handheld devices to sophisticated field equipment, the latest technologies can help improve operations efficiency. New mobile apps and remote connectivity are reshaping the mindset of today.
This app enables two-way interaction between facility managers and their APOGEE building automation systems.
Focused toward public sector facility managers, Siemens has a program offering solar energy projects without having to make an initial capital investment in solar equipment.
Launched May 1, the Siemens contest is seeking buildings that use its building automation systems in the "smartest" way. The deadline to enter is August 1, 2011.
There's a new game in town along the same lines as Farmville, but with a twist; this multimedia experience was developed as an "engaging and information plant simulation that puts you right in the shoes of the plant manager."
This program enables facility managers to install solar energy projects without making an initial capital investment in the equipment.
Under the terms of the agreement, certain Siemens branches in North America can undergo training to become certified to sell, install, and service Aircuity OptiNet systems.