Creating environments that care. When intelligent energy and smart buildings interact, the world around us can adapt and respond intuitively.
Beyond smart: How the grid-interactive building will form an essential component of the new energy system
A new generation of buildings at the grid edge, where smart building meets smart grid, is contributing to the decarbonisation, digitalisation and democratisation of the energy system. Thomas Kiessling, CTO of Siemens Smart Infrastructure, explains the transformative power of the grid-interactive building.
Schools in Scotland have deployed facial recognition systems in their canteens. Experts fear more surveillance technology could follow.
South East Asia is now the world’s most dynamic region for digital innovation. European tech enterprises looking to fully leverage the opportunities on offer must make the move now, or risk missing out entirely.
What should replace gas boilers and who should pay?
Visible change: Why the future of electrification is defined by transparency, data and digitalisation
Smart electrical infrastructure at the low and medium-voltage levels is a fundamental element of a fully networked energy system. Andreas Matthé of Siemens Smart Infrastructure outlines how greater connectivity is building intelligence into electrification.
The Polish city of Łódź was built around its textiles industry but is now making a name for itself as an eastern European hub for advanced technologies, white goods and BPO.
Dubai’s RoboCafe has introduced robots in place of their human overloads.