The Future of Energy
How energy supply based on renewables works efficiently and reliably.
Ideas for the future
Innovations in the 21st century arise out of openness, cooperation and flexibility.
Intelligence and IT dominate the world of decentralized energy.
The internet of things promises a smart future in a communicating environment.
New world of work
Permanent communication and information are determining our daily life.
The future of traffic is intermodal. The combination of public and individualtraffic is able to handle the heavy traffic and protect the climate.
The new City
Networking, exchange of information and intelligent data handling are the key to a worth-living city of the future.
Time for Power
The global demand for energy continous to increase rapidly. Electricity is a suitable alternative in many areas, can be generated from renewable sources, is easy to transport and can be used flexibly.
The sea has even more skills. It saves energy, nutrition, raw materials, etc. To use them carefully we need to assemble the latest technologies and develope them.
Green and Sustainability: there is no need for limitation on growth and comfort. To such an extent resource-friendly economic activity is connecting Ekology and Economy to a win-win-situation for Economy, Society und Earth.
Staying Healthy as We Age
We can stay fit and healthy into old age. Siemens is helping to make this possible with modern medical technology and intelligent homes.
Its all about ideas and speed. The first company to introduce a new product onto the market and gain an enthusiastic response from customers will achieve a competitive advantage and be successful over the long run.
How will we be mobile in the future? Will we have to refrain from cars? Will we switch to public transportation? Will we go by bike? Climate change forces us to ask ourselves these questions since traffic is one of the major sources of CO₂ emissions.
In light of the global economic crisis, climate protection is seen not only as a necessary environmental policy but also as an economically sensible investment in the future.
The city of the future will be sustainable. It will offer more and more inhabitants a higher standard of living and reduce CO2 emissions. We already have the necessary technologies - for intelligent buildings, efficient powersupply and networked traffic systems.