ICYMI: Talking Intelligent Infrastructure

Siemens Serves as Partner for 2016 Infrastructure Week
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 1:48 pm EDT

Just last month, Siemens participated in Infrastructure Week, a national week of events, education and advocacy efforts to elevate infrastructure as a critical issue impacting all Americans.

Leaders from across Siemens in the U.S. represented the company to help underline the significant role that technology and software play in enhancing and modernizing critical U.S. infrastructure.

Siemens also hosted a “Future of Smart Cities” event with Bloomberg in Washington, DC, where industry experts and government officials, including Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, gathered to discuss how cities can capitalize on “smart” solutions.

In addition to several Siemens intelligent infrastructure projects that were announced throughout the week, opinion pieces penned by Siemens’ U.S. executives were featured across the country. A round-up includes:

For a closer look at Siemens’ role in helping to modernize the country’s critical infrastructure, check out the video below:



Editor’s Note: By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to live in cities. With current U.S. infrastructure earning a D+ grade by The American Society of Civil Engineers, the country can’t expect to sustain economic success and a growing population without acknowledging the impact it has on competitiveness and quality of life. The answer is building infrastructure that is smarter. Intelligent technologies not only improve systems, but make them more intuitive, safer, cleaner, and more efficient. All of which supports high-tech jobs in engineering and manufacturing, and provides cities with an opportunity achieve cost savings. Siemens has developed new, intelligent technology and software across energy, buildings, transportation and industry that improves and modernizes U.S. infrastructure to ensure the economic success and longevity of cities across America.


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