Siemens closes Brightly acquisition, elevating software offering for building operations

Siemens Smart Infrastructure (SI) has completed the acquisition of Brightly Software, a U.S.-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of asset and maintenance management solutions. The acquisition elevates SI to a position in the software market for buildings and built infrastructure. It adds Brightly’s well-established cloud-based capabilities across key sectors – education, public infrastructure, healthcare, and manufacturing –

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UAE Ministry of energy and infrastructure selects Siemens tech to power nation’s electric vehicle charging corridor

The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of energy and infrastructure selected Siemens technology for a nationwide network of ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers which will help reduce carbon emissions, boost adoption of EVs by addressing so-called range anxiety, and lay the groundwork for a more connected and sustainable transportation system.

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Selecting an IoT application enablement platform

The IoT application enablement platform (AEP) space has continued to grow into one of the most critical technology sectors of the Internet of Things (IoT). Enterprises realise that (1) a well-built IoT AEP saves significant development time and money in the creation and operation of an IoT solution and (2) an exceptional AEP architecture aids

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MachNation releases its 2022 IoT application enablement platform ScoreCard

The IoT application enablement space has continued to grow into one of the most critical technology sectors of the Internet of Things (IoT). Enterprises realise that a well-built IoT application enablement platform (AEP) saves significant development time and money in the creation and operation of an IoT solution.

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The installed base of active cargo tracking units to reach 29mn by 2025

Gothenburg, Sweden. October 25, 2021 – Berg Insight, the IoT market research provider, released a new market report covering the trailer and cargo container tracking market. The number of active tracking devices deployed for cargo loading units including trailers, intermodal containers, rail freight wagons, air cargo containers, cargo boxes and pallets reached 9.3 million worldwide

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Siemens charging infrastructure will power zero-emission electric buses in Australia

One of Australia’s bus manufacturers, Custom Denning, has selected Siemens’ electric bus charging stations and digital depot management solution forits fleet of fully Australian designed and built Element electric buses. The charging stations will support the bus manufacturer’s prototype electric buses and be available for future eBus orders of its customers.

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A grid-to-vehicle approach for electric vehicle fleets from Siemens

Freight in the City opens its doors to showcase the latest commercial vehicles, technology and services for the urban logistics sector. Visitors can expect to see the latest safe, clean delivery vehicles and kit aimed squarely at town and city operations, and talk to manufacturers about their business requirements, say Bernard Magee, director of electric

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Smart transportation market growth due to rising population demands, increased safety and convenience

The global smart transportation market was valued at US$57.9 billion (€48.74 billion) in 2018 and is expected to reach US$191.3 billion (€161.03 billion) in 2026, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.4% during the forecast period.

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Softing introduces software module for connecting modbus TCP controllers to IIoT applications

Softing adds to its Docker technology-based edgeConnector product family. The new edgeConnector Modbus is a flexible Docker container application for Modbus TCP controllers.

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Siemens and Bernmobil drive sustainable bus transport in Bern

Siemens has been awarded a contract by Bernmobil, the Swiss capital’s public transport company, to supply charging infrastructure solutions for the operation of 14 new electric buses.

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Surf Loch leverages Siemens’ digital enterprise portfolio to create the perfect wave

Surf Loch, a California-based company that has been developing wave-making technology since the 1980s, is using software from Siemens’ Xcelerator portfolio and automation technology to create wave pools that deliver ocean-quality waves which can be tailored to each individual surfer.

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Uruguayan government delivers cold chain ensured covid vaccines with IoT solution

Mendix, a Siemens business and the global provider in enterprise low-code, announced that AntTail, a technology services provider in cold-chain logistics for medical and perishable supplies, has developed an IoT data-tracking solution to safeguard the Covid-19 vaccination program in Uruguay.

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Westminster goes electric with 1,000 electric vehicle charge points

The City Council, working in partnership with Siemens GB&I, installed the 1,000th EV charging point in April 2021 and are on track to deliver another 500 chargers by April 2022.

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The manufacturing data platform

Manufacturers understand the importance of leveraging technologies to stay ahead in the market. Whether referred to as Industry 4.0 (I4.0), smart manufacturing, or the 4th industrial revolution, data is the biggest asset, says Francisco Almada Lobo, chief executive officer and co-founder at Critical Manufacturing.

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Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate on AI-based solutions in manufacturing

Google Cloud and Siemens, an innovation and technology provider in industrial automation and software, announced a new cooperation to optimise factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor.

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City ‘skyway travel’ can beat emissions and congestion, NASA is told

NASA scientists and engineers have heard how city airspace can counter ground level congestion and carbon emissions, now made worse by booming online orders and deliveries.

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