Siemens has been in Australia and New Zealand for 143 years and now employs about 2,000 people. Our technology can be found behind the scenes supporting critical infrastructure, and almost every industry. The company’s fingerprints can be found supporting everything from generating efficient and clean energy through to advanced medical imaging and diagnostics equipment. You will find Siemens automation, electrification and digitalization technology in everything from the lane change controls on the Sydney Harbour Bridge through to energy efficiency at the MCG and even hi-tech simulation used to help protect the Great Barrier Reef. Significant industries ranging from oil and gas to mining, roads and rail, food and beverage, manufacturing, buildings and construction, pharmaceuticals, water and energy utilities and even the latest wind farms being built in South Australia all rely on Siemens technologies.
With a global view on the trends and changes affecting the world now and in the future, Siemens actively supports local industry, governments and stakeholders to understand and prepare for key changes such as the 4th industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), the transition to ‘intelligent infrastructure’ and the transition to a ‘sustainable energy’ future.