• ISH 2019, Frankfurt

    ISH is the world’s leading trade fair focusing on the responsible management of water and energy in buildings. It sets trends for modern bathroom design, sustainable heating and air-conditioning technology as well as intelligent home systems.

  • The 17th International Exhibition of Iran HVAC&R, Tehran - Iran

    International Exhibitions provide companies with a great opportunity to showcase their brands and advantages in a spacious market and develop their network of Business partners in new regions

  • Siemens introduces new controllers for complex HVAC applications

    Digitalization enables smart buildings to understand their surroundings and interact with their users. The key here is data. Lots of data. “In the past, it was all about connecting a few dozen data points in a building. Today, we’re usually talking about tens of thousands, sometimes even hundreds of thousands of data points,” says Andrea Hofmann, Product Manager, Building Twin, at Siemens. The trend: upward.

     

    Everything that’s going on in a building is being monitored and recorded with ever greater precision: building technology systems, electrical installations and thousands of sensors continuously deliver information about things like the current status of the systems and general conditions within the building. This data can then be used to save energy, optimize the comfort of those in the building or ensure maximum security. But even more is possible. “We believe that in a few years buildings will be able to adapt themselves to human needs,” says Andrea.

     

  • €600 million for Berlin – Siemens signs future pact for Germany as an industrial location

    Digitalization enables smart buildings to understand their surroundings and interact with their users. The key here is data. Lots of data. “In the past, it was all about connecting a few dozen data points in a building. Today, we’re usually talking about tens of thousands, sometimes even hundreds of thousands of data points,” says Andrea Hofmann, Product Manager, Building Twin, at Siemens. The trend: upward.

     

    Everything that’s going on in a building is being monitored and recorded with ever greater precision: building technology systems, electrical installations and thousands of sensors continuously deliver information about things like the current status of the systems and general conditions within the building. This data can then be used to save energy, optimize the comfort of those in the building or ensure maximum security. But even more is possible. “We believe that in a few years buildings will be able to adapt themselves to human needs,” says Andrea.

     

  • Multisite remote meter reading and energy monitoring - new functionalities for Synco IC

    The Siemens Division Building Technologies adds new functionalities to the Synco IC cloud platform for remote HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) control