Siemens AG (SIEMENS)02.03.2018
Siemens is a global organization involved in power generation, transmission and distribution, smart grid solutions and the efficient application of electrical energy – as well as in the areas of medical imaging and in-vitro diagnostics. Siemens employs 351,000 employees worldwide (September 2016). The Power Generation Services with a broad spectrum of innovative products and services is one of the leading service partners for ensuring high reliability and optimal performance of rotating power equipment within the utility, oil gas, and industrial processing industries worldwide.
The Power and Gas Division offers a broad spectrum of products and solutions for environmentally-
compatible and resource-saving power generation, using fossil or renewable fuels for efficient energy
production and the reliable transport of oil and gas. SPPA, the Siemens Power Process Automation
family, covers the full spectrum of power plant IC, electrical engineering and IT solutions. Our
specialists have created solutions by power plant people for power plant people. With more than
2700 installations around the world, our solutions have been proven to help maximize not only the
full potential of each individual plant but of the entire fleet.
Shaping the future – with passion for research, technology and innovation – this is the mission of
Corporate Technology (CT). Siemens’ central research and development arm, CT operates under the
leadership of the Chief Technology Officer is a strategic partner to Siemens’ businesses, and develops
the company’s technology and innovation strategy. CT’s global network of experts is made up of
more than 7,100 employees, including 5,100 software developers, 1,600 researchers, and 400 patent
experts, as well as numerous university and research partnerships. Thus, CT carries out important
work along the value chain, promotes business excellence, and protects our company’s intellectual
property. Corporate Technology is both a creative driver of disruptive innovations and a partner to
Siemens’ businesses, providing high quality research, development, and consulting services. Key RD
facilities are located in Germany, the United States, China, Russia, India, and Austria.
Main Task within the EU-SysFlex project
Siemens AG, a global technology leader involved in power generation, transmission and distribution,
smart grid solutions and the efficient application of electrical energy will play an important role in the
demonstrations by tailoring an integrated management system and will be responsible for
responsible for the coordination of activities, definition of overall architecture of the system and
respective end-users requirements.
Siemens AG will be responsible for the coordination of activities, definition of overall architecture of
the system and respective end-users and functional requirements.
Siemens AG will be responsible for developing the virtual Power Plant Model.
The operational deployment of the management system and the laboratorial overall solution tests
and optimization will also be developed by Siemens AG with the support of Siemens SA.
Siemens AG will participate in the activities of Dissemination, and deployment.
Person in charge of the project: Frank Bruderreck
More info: https://www.siemens.com/global/en/home.html