At SPS 2019, Siemens is introducing a newly developed complete system for industrial operation and monitoring.
At SPS 2019, Siemens is introducing a newly developed complete system for industrial operation and monitoring.

Siemens will present its extended Digital Enterprise portfolio for more effective use of digital data at this year’s Smart Production Solutions (SPS).

SPS 2019 will take place in Nuremberg from 26-28 November and Siemens is introducing a newly developed complete system for industrial operation and monitoring. The web-based visualisation system comprises Simatic WinCC Unified visualisation software and a new generation of Simatic HMI Unified Comfort Panels.

Sinumerik One is Siemens’ CNC system for the digital age. By combining the virtual and real world, this system makes machine tools more productive and increases machine performance.

As part of Digital Connectivity, Siemens is also presenting new CloudConnect products. They enable data from each plant to be transferred quickly and securely to the Cloud.

The integration of the latest technologies in the portfolio provides all industries with new opportunities to make better use of the rapidly growing volume of data, ranging from the use of artificial intelligence and Edge computing to future factory and process automation.

The strengths of modular process plants will be illustrated at the booth using a plug and win separator unit from GEA, automated with Module Type Package (MTP) and supported by web-based applications and digital services based on MindSphere.

The Siemens team will be in Hall 11 at SPS 2019.