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  • Jun 1, 2015 9:30 am EDT
    Dennis Rodriguez, Siemens Chief City Executive for Los Angeles
    How smart are today’s cities? Last week, we sought out to answer this question as civic, business and academic leaders convened in Santa Monica, CA to discuss the various, innovative ways that data is impacting cities and communities across the U.S. – and what these cities and communities are doing about it.At The Atlantic’s Bold Bets: Fast Forward to the Connected City event, underwritten by Siemens, these leaders highlighted real-life, attainable examples of how the convergence of softwaremore...
  • May 13, 2015 9:00 am EDT
    Judy Marks, President and CEO, Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
    Siemens USA is proud to celebrate Infrastructure Week, emphasizing the critical importance of investing in and modernizing America’s infrastructure systems. From transportation systems to the energy grid, to the U.S.more...
  • May 12, 2015 9:00 am EDT
    Dave Hopping, President of Siemens’ North American-based Building Technologies Division
    Siemens USA is proud to celebrate Infrastructure Week, emphasizing the critical importance of investing in and modernizing America’s infrastructure systems. From transportation systems to the energy grid, to the U.S.more...
  • Mar 23, 2015 1:30 pm EDT
    Dave Hopping, President and CEO, Siemens’ North American-based Building Technologies Division
    In 2050, cities in developing and emerging countries will have three billion more inhabitants than today and almost as many people will reside in cities. Resource and energy consumption could double if business continues as usual.The world of 2050 will be full of challenges, but we have the opportunity now to act. This is why I am excited to announce that Siemens has partnered yet again with UI LABS on its second program – CityWorks – a consortium that will develop and test urbanmore...
  • Dec 1, 2014 2:25 pm EST
    Judy Marks, President & CEO, Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
    Across the U.S. and around the world, businesses and governments are working to achieve improved energy efficiency and reduce operational costs.  In the federal sector, President Obama has created an ambitious vision for energy efficiency, including the goal of federal facilities to generate 20% of their energy from renewables by 2020, in addition to a 28% reduction in government-wide greenhouse gas emissions, which in turn would entail $8 billion to $11 billion in reduced energy costs.more...