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Validation programme to accelerate autonomous vehicle development

Validation programme to accelerate autonomous vehicle development
Siemens has introduced the PAVE360 pre-silicon autonomous validation environment - a programme established to enable and accelerate the development of innovative autonomous vehicle platforms. PAVE360 provides a comprehensive environment for multi-supplier collaboration across the automotive ecosystem for the development of next-gen automotive chips.
16th May 2019

Electrical design software used in next-gen EV system design

Electrical design software used in next-gen EV system design
Siemens has announced that Japanese EV systems provider PUES Corporation has selected Capital electrical design software from Mentor, a Siemens business, to help speed and simplify the development of next-generation automotive electrical/electronic (E/E) systems. PUES turned to Siemens’ Capital software after years of using discrete point solutions across multiple engineering domains. 
24th April 2019

Moving towards level 5 autonomy

Moving towards level 5 autonomy
The complexity inherent in autonomous vehicle design will push the tools and methodologies used by automotive engineers to their limits. This is especially true in the electrical and electronic systems domains as they come to dominate the operation of a vehicle’s safety-critical systems and convenience features.  
5th March 2019


Accelerating automotive electrical systems design

Accelerating automotive electrical systems design
It has been announced that Siemens has acquired COMSA Computer and Software, a Munich-based company which develops software for electrical systems design and wire harness engineering. Its LDorado suite for automotive harness design and engineering software,  reflects deep local expertise and market presence with a well-established product portfolio and strong emphasis on standards. 
11th December 2018

The arrival of self-driving cars with sensor fusion and processing

The arrival of self-driving cars with sensor fusion and processing
  At Siemens US Innovation Day in Chicago, Siemens introduced a breakthrough solution for the development of autonomous driving systems. The solution, part of the Simcenter portfolio, minimises the need for extensive physical prototyping while dramatically reducing the number of logged test miles necessary to demonstrate the safety of autonomous vehicles.
3rd April 2018

WinCC open architecture selected for Heathrow rail infrastructure

Siemens WinCC OA has been selected to upgrade the SCADA system of the Heathrow rail link into the airport to increase reliability and availability. Passengers and staff using the rail link are set to benefit from Siemens technology, as part of a major upgrade project designed to optimise the efficiency of a transportation system first opened in 1998 to link the world’s busiest airport with Paddington station in central London.
11th November 2016

Maintaining the world’s most advanced combat aircraft

Maintaining the world’s most advanced combat aircraft
The Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft and its UK manufacturer, BAE Systems, are benefitting from a ‘one stop shop’ control system solution from Siemens UK & Ireland, including a machine tool collision avoidance software programme.
25th October 2016

Railways and their requirements

Railways and their requirements
Cases that are highly resilient are required for railway applications. A development contract from Siemens has been secured by the POLYRACK TECH-GROUP, for currently 2,500 constructed case systems with integrated train protection components – and mastered the tool making alone in well below the standard time.
12th October 2016

50kg aircraft motor delivers 260kW continuous output

50kg aircraft motor delivers 260kW continuous output
Siemens researchers have developed a new type of electric motor that, with a weight of just 50kg, delivers a continuous output of about 260kW – five times more than comparable drive systems. This record-setting propulsion system successfully completed its first public flight on 4th July 2016 at Schwarze Heide Airport near Dinslaken, Germany, where it – almost silently – powered an Extra 330LE aerobatic airplane.
8th August 2016

Project for intelligent road signs & traffic lights

Siemens AG and Cohda Wireless have announced they will collaborate in the area of Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I). V2I devices are part of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS), which share information between vehicles and roadside infrastructure such as traffic lights. This increases the quality and reliability of information available to drivers about their immediate environment, other vehicles and road users.
7th October 2015

EADS, Siemens Enter Long-Term Research Partnership And Sign MoU With Diamond Aircraft On Electric Propulsion System

EADS and Siemens are entering a long-term research partnership to introduce new electric propulsion systems that could help airlines lower their fuel bills and drive environmental performance. Together with their partner, Austria-based Diamond Aircraft, the companies showcase a second generation serial hybrid electric airplane at Le Bourget.
10th July 2013

Thameslink contract signed: Siemens to deliver trains worth circa 1.8 billion euros

Siemens has secured an order for the supply of 1,140 new commuter rail carriages in Great Britain for a total of around 1.6 billion pounds (approximately 1.8 billion euros). In addition, Siemens will be responsible for the long-term maintenance of the fleet and overseeing construction of two new train maintenance depots. This is the largest order that Siemens has ever won in Great Britain and one of the biggest orders for Siemens' global rolling stock business. Siemens partnered with Cross London trains (XLT) for this important contract. XLT is a consortium comprising Siemens Project Ventures GmbH, Innisfree Limited and 3i Infrastructure plc and will be responsible for financing the deal.
10th July 2013

Boosting e-Car Power Electronics

Boosting e-Car Power Electronics
The Siemens Drive Technologies Division has signed a cooperation agreement with Semikron International in order to intensify their future collaboration in power electronics for electric vehicles. Under the agreement Siemens has taken over the fully owned Semikron subsidiary VePOINT, which has 30 highly qualified employees based in Nuremberg. The two companies have agreed to keep the purchase price confidential.
18th March 2013


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