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This podcast aims to support our two strategic priority areas at Siemens - Growth Mindset and Empowerment by celebrating peoples failures and showing how personal growth can stem from situations that haven’t gone right. Each our guests talk about how their failures taught them to succeed better and the important role that psychological safety plays in allowing people to experiment, learn and grow. Why is failure so painful? Why do we torment ourselves in the midst of failure? To arrive at th ...
 
Do you want to dive into the ocean of IoT but don't know how to get started? Would you like to know more about the possibilities that lie in the digital future? Are you into digital trends that revolutionize today's industries? If so, this podcast is for you! Welcome to our podcast “Unlock the full potential of IoT”, a 360-degree view of the latest IoT trends. We talk to the innovators, experts and visionaries who work and play in digital transformation. Explore with us the practical ways to ...
 
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Sustainability will play a major role in shaping the future of farming! The biggest changes that have to be made to create sustainable farms are the farm input and the machines utilized. Companies in this industry are leveraging technology to come up with ways of making the above changes while still being mindful of the farm produce quality. So far…
 
Digitalization not only considers risk but huge benefits. But how can digital trust be enabled, and cyber security be improved to evolve the full potential of digitalization? Natalia Oropeza and Dr. Christoph Peylo will share their vision on digitalization and help to improve trust.Siemens AG による
 
“It’s always darkest before the dawn…” It definitely feels dark in the midst of a failure. Unless you’re at the very tender beginnings of a career, it’s almost guaranteed that behind you there is a list of failures, big and small. Which, by the way, is both normal and inevitable. Moving on from failure, or moving out of the darkness, is tough for a…
 
In this 10th episode of our Digitalization Tech Talks podcast your two hosts, Don Mack and Jonas Norinder are very excited to be joined by Andrew Nachenberg from MxD as well as Iiro Esko from Siemens. We discuss the latest addition to the MxD (Manufacturing x Digital) Industry 4.0 showcase, the process industries test bed, which includes the mobile…
 
If you eat today, thank a farmer! Farming is one of the most important aspects of human life as we know it. It’s also one of the biggest contributors to environmental pollution which is causing climate change that threatens our lives as we know it. Simply put, we can’t live without farming - but how can we live with it! This is where sustainable fa…
 
70% of the world’s population is expected to live in cities by 2050. This puts pressure on cities and districts to become smart. But how can digitalization, the power of data and IoT enable decarbonization, resource efficiency and higher quality of life? Tune into the new episode of our Siemens Advanta podcast and learn from our guests Dave Hopping…
 
A huge challenge but also a huge opportunity is in front of us - the digital grid. But what makes a digital grid a must-have? With renewables generation and electricity consumption rapidly increasing, the grid sooner or later will simply get too complex to be managed by humans, requiring a fully digitalized grid. So, make sure to check out the firs…
 
The EV market is growing at a very fast pace. As the demand for electric cars continues to grow and more companies join the industry, the EV market is becoming more competitive than ever before. Despite the presence of big companies with deep pockets, smaller start-ups are playing a critical role in moving the industry forward through disruptive in…
 
Electric vehicles are the future but we are still miles away from mass adoption. One of the biggest constraints facing the EV market is the cost of acquisition. The best ones are just too expensive. No wonder a significant percentage of the population views them as luxury vehicles! Most investments in the field of EVs have been directed towards inc…
 
Electric cars powered by clean energy are an essential piece in reducing carbon emissions and improving air quality! This sounds perfect, so why don’t we already have many awesome EVs? Well, the shift from combustion engines to electric vehicles (EVs) has introduced unique challenges to vehicle manufacturers. It has even necessitated a change in ho…
 
Are we ready to trust AI with our lives? To most people, the answer is not yet. Well, this is exactly what autonomous cars will ask us to do when full autonomy is achieved. This journey is well on course despite the significant challenges it has faced in the past. How can we safely achieve or advance this goal? This is a question that most players …
 
Most people would rather not talk about their failures, for fear of being judged or looked down on. However, it’s true that with failure comes opportunity. Through this lens, failure can becomes our stepping-stone to success, allowing us to view opportunities with greater clarity, giving us a chance to reassess, course correct, and ultimately grow …
 
You are not stuck in traffic, you are traffic! Isn’t it funny how most of the time we’ll feel like victims and not accomplices whenever we get stuck in traffic? If you live in some of the big cities, the only concern bigger than safety is a traffic jam. It makes you feel like you are wasting away. Sometimes you’ll even be thinking that the people i…
 
Control valves have always been a hot topic in process plants because they can cause unplanned, costly shutdowns if not maintained properly. But when do you know when it’s maintenance time? Traditional approaches have been to do it at regular intervals, use the experience of the maintenance crew or opt for a time-based maintenance approach. Today, …
 
Did COVID permanently wipe out the gains made in shared mobility? As the pandemic slows down due to vaccinations, many people are waiting to see if shared transport will make a comeback. Will people give up on having their own playlist, snacks in the glove compartment, freedom from scheduled rides, privacy when on that personal call, and many other…
 
Can you imagine waving at a friend while they are seated at the back of a driverless car? If you are like me, this would definitely trigger many questions. Can it stop if my friend wanted to give me a ride? What if it parks in the wrong place and it’s towed, would it find its way home? Those are just a few questions that we might soon be getting an…
 
Racing is largely seen as an adrenaline-driven sport for only the most competitive risk-takers. If you’ve ever been in a race car or near a race track during a race, you would agree with that. The speeds are phenomenal. Now, transfer that competitiveness, combine different racing disciplines, make all teams co-ed, introduce unique offload electric …
 
Automotive companies have to do more, with less, at a higher speed! The demands from the statement above would have been received with suspicion just a few years back. But not today. It describes exactly what is expected for companies in the automotive industry, just to remain competitive. With the help of digitalization, some of them are successfu…
 
What are some valuable lessons we can all learn from failing? How can we view our failures through a positive lens? Judith Wiese answers this and more on why embracing failure and learning from it is crucial to one's growth. Interviewed by Marina Patrao - Internal Communications, Siemens India & Change Management Communications, Smart Infrastructur…
 
A few years back it could have been hard to think of racing alongside environmental sustainability! This is a sport that we mostly associate with the ‘Vroom!’ sound, extreme speeds, handbrake turns, drifting, among others. But times have changed. We now recognize that the climate change problem won’t be wished away. It’ll require efforts from all c…
 
In the recent past, vehicles have become more integrated with software with the aim of improving the user experience, boosting performance, and/or making them eco-friendly. To complete this integration many changes have been made to the design of the vehicles, the manufacturers’ business model, and the workforce employed by the automotive companies…
 
On 17th August the UK government published its long-awaited Hydrogen Strategy. It's 120 pages long and comes with lots of other documents and will have an impact on Siemens Energy’s market for many years. In this special podcast, Siemens Energy's Matthew Knight and Sabrina Mercer - who have been wading through the documents - give us their take on …
 
The automotive industry landscape has changed drastically in the last few years and the players have changed their approach too. An industry that was largely comfortable with the status quo has now adjusted to meet the current complex needs profitably by leveraging advances in technology. Companies are now putting more emphasis on versatility, spec…
 
It’s often said that the greater the failure, the bigger the lesson. But why do we place so much worry and negativity around the word? When you ask someone about a time that they’ve failed in their life they might often feel nausea, discomfort and even despair. A presentation going wrong. A project being unsuccessful. Having a terrible job intervie…
 
Aligning the manufacturers’ efforts with the consumers’ needs saves time and helps in creating great products. This is why car OEMs obsess over what your main focus is going to be when buying a car. Even EV companies, which are relatively new, have to first take into consideration the needs of the consumers and then innovate around them. The differ…
 
The pandemic has rocked almost all industries to their core and revealed weaknesses that most businesses never knew they had. After the initial shock, many businesses were exposed to opportunities that might have seemed out of reach in the past. In fact, after this pandemic, most companies will be completely transformed in terms of how they develop…
 
The automotive industry is in the middle of a major shift. The electrical, electronic, and software content of vehicles continues to grow, both incentivizing and necessitating new organizational structures and business models. At the same time, the level of competition is increasing as startups, tech companies, and traditional OEMs all vie to bring…
 
Celebrating the failures and learnings of Ryan Mai - Smart Infrastructure, Regional Solutions and Services, Middle East, Asia Pacific, Singapore. Interviewed by Kathryn Evans - Global HR Business Partner, Smart Infrastructure.savio.denis@siemens.com (Savio Denis) による
 
There are certain moments in history that everyone remembers. There are events that changed our perspective of the planet, like the first moon landing. Others that changed the way we live, like the tech revolution. And others that changed our perspectives about what was achievable, like the first majority female racing team to qualify for the notor…
 
Generally this podcast is about the newest technologies for digitalization within the process industries, but when an organization is interested in these technologies, how do you take the first step? I am joined once again by one of our digitalization consultants, Jonas Norinder, and we will be diving into our methodology for helping customers prio…
 
This month, we take a deeper dive into the workings of the energy market on the island of Ireland including some surprising facts about how it all works; we’ll talk about the importance of cybersecurity to each of us as individuals and as an organisation; and in case you haven’t found time to listen to the special episode yet, there’s a bite-sized …
 
The Indy 500 is a race steeped in history. It’s 110 years old and keeps rising in popularity, particularly among women. And many of these women aren’t just in the stands, they’re down on the track taking center stage in the action. For them, the race isn’t just a part of history. It’s a place where history is made. In this segment of our Women Driv…
 
In this special podcast from Siemens Energy in the UK & Ireland's =enerGEN= gender network, we celebrate the amazing contribution of women in engineering - both within Siemens Energy and the wider industry. We'll hear from Amber O'Connor and Sven Lechner from =enerGEN= about why gender equality is so important for Siemens Energy and the industry; a…
 
As we enter the future of transportation, we’re becoming part of a world where convenience rules the day. We no longer need keys to start engines, we can voice command our way through making phone calls, selecting music to drive to, take out orders for dinner, and directions from A to B. On the other side of all of this convenience are the people w…
 
Imagine working really hard over several months to design a product, only to find out when you get to the verification phase that it suddenly doesn’t pass the necessary requirements to get to market. This causes a lot of headaches and costs a lot of time. But what if there was some way to know that you’re ticking all of the boxes necessary to ensur…
 
With digital technologies available today enabling mobile operations, the future of the process industries worker is already here. Through smart devices, technicians can access off-site instrumentation experts for maintenance support, and process control operators can access Distributed Control System HMI screens even when they are not in the contr…
 
As the technology universe remains in a constant state of flux, the roles we perform begin to shape-shift. As vehicles become more and more reliant on computers and software to operate, information technology (IT) has gone from the back-office to front and center in the car business. Automotive has become a high-technology industry where car compan…
 
This month, we talk to Ariel Porat, recently appointed as head of hub Europe, to talk about his vision for the business and how you can help shape it; Nick O'Mahony joins us from Ireland to explain how his team is helping the country’s grid stability; and we continue our regular series on the UK energy market with a supplier-side view. Find out mor…
 
We know that technology has become the great differentiator when it comes to adaptability within industrial manufacturing. As consumer needs change abruptly, design and manufacturing alterations need to happen swiftly and with minimal disruption. The entire chain of production is affected by even the smallest adjustments. Traditional manufacturing …
 
What does it take to realize the vision of digital transformation? Shorter time to market, more personalized products, reducing of resources and carbon footprints, improving KPIs, more productivity, more potential, more future growth - it sounds like a no-brainer, but not every company in the world is embracing this transformation. Connecting the r…
 
The rise of technology has completely changed the way we think about security. Breaking into a building, a car, or a computer system used to require physical action and brute force, but today, that’s no longer the case. Technology has eased the burden of the hacker, and remote access is an everyday occurrence. Today, not only can criminals forego t…
 
When we look at where manufacturing is today, it’s clear that technology is maturing rapidly. Degrees of complexity continue to increase, which means that planning, communication, and collaboration at every phase of development and production are critical. If companies want to keep a competitive edge, their software needs to match those ambitions. …
 
On our podcast we are always talking about the latest in digitalization in the sense of new technologies and new digital solutions that are starting to be used in the process industries. Well in this episode we are looking at something more familiar, process control systems, and more specifically, how they are adapting and changing with the growing…
 
As we continue to steer towards a more mobility-inclusive future, there’s a restructuring that needs to take place. This goes for our perceptions of what is possible in terms of automated transportation, and how we make sure that this technology wave is being executed in terms of production. You might say it’s a restructuring from the factory floor…
 
The layers of complexity in the automotive industry continue to increase as consumers demand more sustainable and fuel-efficient vehicles. Along with those demands, the changing government regulations also pose additional challenges that the industry must find new and innovative ways of meeting. These multifaceted needs are being met through the ad…
 
The promise of technology is to make life easier for everyone. In order to achieve that, designers have to understand the full range of the audience they’re designing for. Nowhere is that more challenging than when trying to understand the diversity of mental and physical disabilities that prevent people from accessing independent mobility. Traditi…
 
As the pace of autonomous technology brings us ever closer to a new era of transportation, the future is closer than we think. Every level of preparation and adaptation related to getting autonomous vehicles road-ready must be mapped out. This includes safety vetting through high-level testing and certification processes, a better understanding of …
 
The failure rates of digital transformations remain high because the human factor is often underestimated.Digital transformation is not just about technology: It is also, above all, about people. This makes it complex - and therefore requires new approaches to managing change, dealing with fears and new demands on employees, building new leadership…
 
Mobility is something we rely on every day. Whether it’s the capability of our own two feet, our access to public transportation, or our physical and mental ability to operate a vehicle, mobility allows us freedom and independence. But, it’s something many of us probably take for granted. The usual methods don’t actually work for everyone. As we le…
 
As the digital transformation in manufacturing progresses, an increasing amount of data is becoming available. Artificial intelligence gives plant personnel the opportunity to analyze and convert this data into useful information from which actionable decisions can be made. In this episode we are diving into Artificial Intelligence and Machine Lear…
 
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