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Siemens Smart Infrastructure to highlight its software at Light + Building 2024

The company's tools will be BIM-compliant. (Image source: Siemens Smart Infrastructure)

At Light + Building 2024, Siemens Smart Infrastructure will showcase its products, which will aid in driving sustainability for its customers 

Siemens’ sustainable product offering will be complemented by spotlights on electrification, safety & security, decarbonisation and energy efficiency and asset efficiency, with new products, software, services and partnerships in the fields of electronic switching and building operation and management.  

Circuit protection technology

The company is also planning to introduce innovative circuit protection devices with better protection technology. It enables up to a thousand times faster, wear-free switching, and offers multiple functions in one device that can be adjusted individually. Depending on the application, this allows savings of up to 80% on electronics, 90% on metals and plastics.

Siemens’ partnership with the Norwegian tenant relationship management platform provider Bember will also be another highlight at the event. The X300 Edge Gateway by Bember is designed to optimise access control and parking space utilisation. Through the integration of an automated billing system, licence plate recognition, and an option for EV charging, building managers will have access to real-time data from sensors, cameras and smart equipment, allowing for full operational control and oversight, within one platform.

Siemens will also introduce an interconnection between its SIMARIS busbar planning software and the BusbarCheck installation app. This user-friendly planning software will allow for the creation of accurate and BIM-compliant digital representations of busbar runs, ensuring thorough planning before installation. Combined, these tools simplify installation procedures, document progress within the digital model and correlate the installed product to its digital twin.

“Nearly 40% of global energy emissions and 35% of energy demand globally are related to buildings,” said Matthias Rebellius, member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and CEO Smart Infrastructure at Siemens. “Technology is a force of progress. It sits at the heart of addressing such challenges, particularly when it fosters industry wide innovation and collaboration. We are therefore delighted to not only be able to showcase our latest technological innovations, but also present how we are working with key partners to transform how we live, work, move and make.”