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#TBT to April 29, 1882, when Werner von Siemens presented the world's first electric bus powered by an overhead contact line. He gave up on the project later that year due to numerous setbacks. The technology was initially forgotten but made its comeback around 40 years later. In around 1900, the engineer Max Schiemann, in partnership with Siemens & Halske, started building and developing the “Elektromote” again. http://sie.ag/1rkqKNy #200years of #ingenuity
On April 29, 1882 the world's first electric bus powered by an overhead contact line made its debut. On the 540-meter test route in Halensee – on what is now the Kurfürstendamm – Werner von Siemens presented an invention he had been working on for decades. In 1847 the company's founder had ...
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We are to supply 102 wind turbines, each with a capacity of seven megawatts and a rotor diameter of 154 meters, for the East Anglia ONE project. The offshore wind power plant is to be erected around 45 kilometers off the British east coast. It is about the largest single order ever for our direct-drive, 7-megawatt wind turbine! http://sie.ag/21eA4z9
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#TBT to the opening of the first Siemens owned cable plant in Woolwich near London in 1863, ending dependence on the quality and prices of English cable suppliers. http://sie.ag/23xFJVL #200years of #ingenuity
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#TBT to when we presented the first generation of our Building-Block System for Solid-State Controls, the SIMATIC G, at the Paris machine tool fair in 1959. http://sie.ag/1297Fjc #Ingenuity
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Today, AirbusGroup and Siemens signed a long-term cooperation agreement in the field of hybrid electric propulsion systems. The common target is to reach a breakthrough innovation in aerospace e-mobility. http://sie.ag/1oEt9kr
Siemens and Airbus have signed a collaboration agreement in the field of hybrid electric propulsion. In doing so, they have launched a major joint project towards the electrification of aviation with the goal of demonstrating the technical feasibility of various hybrid/electric propulsion systems by 2020. Both companies will be making significant contributions into the project and have sourced a team of around 200 employees to advance European le...
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#TBT to when our founder Werner von Siemens was concerned that Germany would no longer be one of the top industrial nations if it continued to pay too little attention to research - which lead to his contribution to the foundation of a national basic research institute. http://sie.ag/1Rzsx7O #200years of #ingenuity
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The 1,000th #gasturbine is leaving the factory in Berlin today – this amount of turbines can supply electricity to 1 bn people worldwide! See in our infographic to which countries we’ve exported those turbines. sie.ag/1Tj6cyf
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What happens when systems transition from merely following programs to being autonomous? One of the most revolutionary developments in industrial history – robots. http://sie.ag/1VHYBMX
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From the initial idea to the finished product – digitalization of the manufacturing process increases productivity. With the digital enterprise, Maserati engineers optimized all of the steps along the value chain: sie.ag/1qJJhmx ‪#‎Ingenuity‬ ‪#‎life‬
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A 1,300 kilometers-long corridor through Central Europe in which vehicles and #infrastructure communicate with one another is one among many projects in autonomous transportation. The future of mobility lies in networked and thus more secure systems. http://sie.ag/1Vdeivg
• The road to netwoked, increasingly autonomous mobility, including public transit and cars, is being paved with technologies from Siemens.
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For smaller cities, installing #traffic control systems generally requires an investment in costly hardware. Our smartGuard controller constitutes an affordable alternative that can be housed next to each installation and operated in a secure cloud. http://sie.ag/1SSDzYn #Ingenuity
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Visit us at #Intertraffic in Amsterdam (April 5 to April 8)! We will show you, how we are thinking mobility further. http://sie.ag/1q9gqI8
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Siemens AG is a global powerhouse and our business activities in the fields of electrification, automation and digitalization have made us a global market and technology leader. Technological excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and international focus have been our hallmarks for over 160 years.

Siemens is one of the world’s largest providers of green technologies. Products and solutions from our Environmental Portfolio already account for considerably more than one-third of our total revenue. As of September 30, 2014, we had around 343,000 employees worldwide. Orders totaled €78.4 billion and revenue from continuing operations was €71.9 billion in fiscal 2014.

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