USA > Germany based Siemens is set to acquire USA based leading software framework provider J2 Innovations

Siemens logo1 A leading software framework provider for building automation and IoT, J2 Innovations is to be acquired by Germany based Siemens. The California based J2 Innovations will continue to act as an independent legal entity and wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens after the acquisition.  J2 Innovations has been a successful player in the Internet of things (IoT) software business and for More …

NORWAY >  Germany based Siemens is set to digitalize the Norwegian Railway infrastructure which is the biggest rail infrastructure order in Siemens history totaling around 800 million Euros ($989.17 million)

Siemens logo1 Siemens is set to equip the entire Norwegian railroad network of approximately 4200 track kilometers. European Train Control System (ETCS) Level 2 type Trainguard combined with the interlocking type Simis W and IP-based wayside network communication solution type Sinet will be equipped in the railroad network. Siemens has also received a maintenance service for 25 years in the contract which More …

INDIA > Germany based Siemens commissioned to electrify a 39.2 km metro line in the Indian metropolis Ahmedabad in a project worth more than €76 million ($94.3 million)

Siemens logo1 Metro Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (MEGA) has commissioned Siemens for electrifying a 39.2 km metro line worth more than €76 million ($94.3 million). Currently under construction, the metro line will run in Ahmedabad city in two corridors, East- West and North- South. The complete electrification of the new double- track metro line will be Siemens responsibility and the More …

ARGENTINA > Germany based Siemens has received a contract to expand the Genelba gas-fired power station in Argentina

Siemens logo1 Working with its Argentine partner Techint to provide power for its end customer, Pampa Energia S.A, Siemens has receive a contract to expand the Genelba gas-fired power station. The project involves converting the Marcos Paz power station in Buenos Aires Province into a combined cycle power plant and is to be commissioned in mid-2019. This will increase the plant’s electrical More …

CANADA > Germany’s Siemens to invests $132.6 M in its plant in Canada

Siemens_AG_logo.svg Germany based Siemens to invest $132.6Mn in Canada. The Greater Montréal plant of Siemens will get investment of $110.6Mn for research and development works mainly focused on design and improvements of aero-derivative gas turbines.  The remaining $22Mn investment will be used for launching Industry 4.0 platforms. For the investment Siemens plant will get $20Mn support from the Québec Government.   More …