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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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This month – Steve Scrimshaw joins us with an update on a wide range of things that are currently on his to-do list; our regular energy overview focuses on the industrial sector; and we’ll discover how the SGT business in Lincoln is leading by example on decarbonisation. Follow or subscribe to get new episodes automatically using your favourite pod…
 
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 leadershi…
 
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…
 
This month we’ll talk about the new Siemens Energy Gender Network and how you can get involved… there’s good news for the team behind a fun way to demonstrate the energy transition…and in the latest part of our series on the UK energy market, we find out how the capacity markets work. Subscribe to get new episodes automatically using your favourite…
 
The idea of autonomous vehicles has long been seen as something futuristic. But as we get closer and closer to the development of that technology, we’re realizing that actually deploying it is an equally complex set of challenges. Today, we’re circling back to Nand Kochhar, the Vice President of Automotive and Transportation Industry here at Siemen…
 
Electronic vehicles are driving us towards a better greener future! But how do we charge them enough to get us there? Westminster currently has over 2,000 electric vehicles registered – and it expects this figure to dramatically increase to nearly 8,000 by 2025. We are now in need of the infrastructure to make that number feasible. But how do we do…
 
On our last episode, we talked about the high level of innovation that takes place behind the scenes of the F1 racing industry. In order to get these impressive race cars out of the idea phase and onto the track, it takes teamwork. Large numbers of talented racing engineers come together in order to sketch, simulate, build, and race these impressiv…
 
I’m your host, Conor Peick, Head Marketing Communications Writer at Mentor Graphics. In this episode, I welcome back Nand Kochhar to talk about electric vehicles. Nand is the Vice President at Siemens Automotive and Transportation Industry and offers a unique perspective on the EV field. We chat about the environmental factors driving the EV revolu…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of this new series of The Future Car Podcast - The Transportation Revolution! I’m your host, Conor Peick, Thought Leadership Writer focusing on automotive and transportation topics. Joining me on the show today is Nand Kochhar, Vice President at Siemens Automotive and Transportation Industry, who shares his perspec…
 
We know that race cars are built to go fast. Materials are carefully selected and the aerodynamics of movement are constant considerations. Seeing these mechanical marvels traveling at furious speeds around the track, it makes you wonder...who builds these things? Formula 1 design requires constant teamwork and never-ceasing innovation. From concep…
 
The effects of COVID-19 have bled across so many different sectors within the development and manufacturing industry, and have forced automotive manufacturers to rethink how they design, develop, and produce new vehicles. In particular, automakers have had to find ways to ensure the safety of their employees, their families, and the communities in …
 
This month we’ll be thinking inside the box - as Siemens Energy provides power for a major BBC outside broadcast. We'll also talk IT, but not in geeky way... and we take our ongoing series on the UK energy market, offshore. To hear a longer version of the IT feature click here: https://www.spreaker.com/e/aASA5TJeB8P Subscribe to get new episodes au…
 
How do you start your digital journey? What is the benefit for two huge corporates such as SAP and Siemens to work in partnerships and how can you profit from these alliances? Moving to ecosystems is the way forward. Revealing what it all has to do with the Siemens and SAP digital thread, our guests Thomas Saueressig, Member of the Executive Board …
 
As AI becomes more advanced, we’ll continue to see it more frequently in our everyday lives. Nowhere is that more clear, or complicated, than on our roads. The roads of the future are going to be different, and AI technology will have to fit into a legal system that we’ve created specifically for the humans behind the wheels. The legal framework fo…
 
Twenty years from now, what will ordering your morning coffee look like? How many transportation options will you have to get from your apartment in the city to your favorite park on the outskirts, 15 miles away? Will electric bicycle density be more common than vehicle traffic? Will your city air feel cleaner when you take that deep, satisfying in…
 
It's the first PowerCast of 2021 and we're joined by Siemens Energy Vice-President Steve Scrimshaw as we look ahead to more positive days. Also, in our continuing series on the UK energy market, we’ll be talking about the latest development in the push for decarbonisation and a greener future. We’ll find out what Siemens Energy is doing on inclusio…
 
If you grew up around the smell of gasoline and spent your childhood with the roar of engines in the background, it would seem obvious that you might dream about a career in racing. But for young girls, it wasn’t always an easy path. It would take a strong and unbreakable sense of determination to keep the dream alive. In this episode of the Women …
 
Close your eyes and imagine you’re holding a grilled cheese sandwich. Better yet, make one. Now, holding this crispy, gooey sandwich in your hands, would it surprise you to know that a device this small is capable of connecting the world? When we picture a satellite orbiting the Earth, we tend to imagine huge, complex machines. But the next generat…
 
Not only can cyberattacks quickly cost up to $300,000 million or more and easily affect 15,000 devices in 60 seconds, they can also damage a company's reputation or, worse, the confidence of investors. Today it is also not a question of "if", but "when" there will be an attack - so it is central that c-level decision makers see cybersecurity as an …
 
Are your potatoes the real deal? Are your chips (or crisps) just as organic as they say on the packet? Next time when you hear you potato chips rustling appetizingly in their bag, blockchain technology might be in there as well. Spend the next 6min 49sec learning how blockchain makes it possible to track products transparently throughout their life…
 
Not all of us possess Santa's gift of picking the perfect presents but maybe a little bit of help wouldn't hurt? Hear how human eyes reveal measurably different reactions, depending on how much the individuals like what they see. A research study shows it’s possible to interpret subjects’ reactions in order to offer them perfectly customized produc…
 
Getting electric vehicles on the road and putting those keys in the hands of drivers has certainly had its speed bumps. There’s the whole battery technology issue, an area where progress seems to sometimes move at a snail’s pace. Then, the high costs that made owning one of these cars out of reach for anyone who wasn’t a celebrity, a politician, or…
 
In this month’s PowerCast, a new report highlights multiple socio-economic benefits of the Keady 2 project; we continue our series looking at the UK energy market – this time focusing on gas and the important part that Siemens Energy plays….. and we’ll talk about wellbeing and how we can all do out bit to look after each other. Subscribe to get new…
 
If you created a wish list for the cities of the future, what would it include? City dwellers would likely want noise reduction and less pollution. With sustainability and solution-oriented leaders in the driver's seat, it’s entirely possible that we might one day breathe cleaner, healthier urban air. The cities of tomorrow might actually offer mor…
 
Five years after the Paris Agreement came into effect, IoT plays an increasingly prominent role in enabling sustainable development with real impact, while sustainability considerations are becoming a major driver for investment decisions into IoT. Jenny Bofinger-Schuster, Heading Sustainability at SIEMENS, and Kristina Church, Head of Sustainabili…
 
The moment you hop on the bus, the subway, or crawl into the back seat of an Uber you probably pull out your phone as it feels like a good time to catch up on emails or scroll through the news. But defaulting to your phone might be depriving you of good conversation or the chance to really observe your surroundings. Social interactions make us happ…
 
This month, we find out how the new company’s commitment to social responsibility is taking shape, including a new volunteering portal; we’ll hear from some apprentices who’ve been working on a key project as they look ahead to long careers with Siemens Energy; and we’ll have the second part of our series focusing on the domestic energy market. Sub…
 
A lot of people love to drive, but most of us aren’t as fanatic about that last step of the driving experience. The one that requires operating your vehicle at a snail's pace while you anxiously stalk drivers and pedestrians, attempting to swoop in if any of them approach the driver’s side door or tap their brake lights. Yep, today we’re here to ta…
 
Can you imagine what a driverless world would look like? The more you think about it, the more complicated it gets. Will there be steering wheels, a need for drivers’ licenses, or road rage? Where do you even begin to think about the legalities behind this, and how will government keep up with this rapidly changing world? Luckily, for all the visio…
 
We’re facing a health, economic and societal crisis – but how can societies and industries reinvent themselves in these intense periods of disruptions and take it as a powerful opportunity to create a more resilient future? Barbara Humpton, Siemens USA CEO, and Lisa Seacat DeLuca, IBM Director Emerging solutions & Watson's IoT division, recognized …
 
This month, we start a new series on the podcast looking at the UK energy market, we’ll also hear about an exciting project that could soon be award-winning, and we’ll hear from some of the team about what the new company’s values and culture mean to them. Plus how you can have your say with the new employee survey. Subscribe to get new episodes au…
 
Imagination and fantasy are unique to the human experience, and what better way to express these sensibilities than in the autonomous car space? When we think of self-driving cars, the time-saving possibilities are endless. But the convenience factor extends beyond just productivity: these cars could – if we start thinking outside the box – create …
 
Being the first in your field is never an easy hill to climb. Convincing investors that your idea is valid and has potential can often feel like a one-sided conversation. In the world of technology, this is made all the more complicated because the technology required can be so far into the future that it’s nearly impossible for people to conceptua…
 
Since we did not manage to demystify all the legends around the buzzword IoT in our first episode - we were able to convince Peter Körte, Siemens Chief Strategy Officer and Aymeric Sarrazin, CEO Siemens Advanta to bust the last remaining myths. Is IoT just another trend that will pass? What about cybersecurity - is IoT unsafe? And is IoT the soluti…
 
In this episode, we look back at the past 6 months and celebrate some of the great work the Siemens Energy team has done to keep the lights on. Including key milestones at Triton Knoll, Keadby 2, and the Viking Link. Plus we hear about the challenges of keeping everyone safe during lockdown, the launch of the new brand, and much more.…
 
This month on the PowerCast: new look, new values, we dig deeper into the new Siemens Energy brand; we’ll hear about another major project that links the UK and Denmark; and we find out how you can help shape the safety and wellbeing focus of the new company. Subscribe to get new episodes automatically using your favourite podcast app including : A…
 
#1 IoT demystified - IoT is NOT a silver bullet but still can-do magic! In the first episode, Peter Körte, Chief Strategy Officer Siemens, and Aymeric Sarrazin, CEO Siemens Advanta discuss the power of IoT: they uncover the truth behind legendary myths and demystify a lot of buzz around this topic. Is IoT just another trend that will pass? Does IoT…
 
Modeling plays a key role in the development of the future car and in this new pandemic world in which we live. Preventing the spread of this disease permeates everything we do from how we manage our health to how we dine out, and even how we get around - everything is changing. While scientists race to find a vaccine and the world must adapts to a…
 
This month on the PowerCast, we hear from some of the team working on making Siemens Energy in the UK&I the Best Place to Work. There's news of an important upgrade for the Moyle Interconnector between Northern Ireland and Scotland. Plus how Siemens Energy is inspiring and engaging young minds using Keadby 2. Subscribe to get new episodes automatic…
 
It’s probably safe to say that one feeling we can all relate to as we navigate through this pandemic is one of uncertainty. In addition to thinking about our own individual lives, we’re also wondering what our governments are doing to adjust, and what changes they’re making to prepare for the future. Join Ed Bernardon, host of The Future Car Podcas…
 
This month on the PowerCast, we find out more about the small gas turbine service business with Mark Alexander and Mark Speed. We’ll mark an important milestone in the Keadby 2 project and hear from customer and partner SSE. We'll also discuss the sustainability benefits that we have learned during the coronavirus lockdown and hear about the new ST…
 
In this month's episode, one month into the new organisation, Siemens Energy's UK CEO Steve Scrimshaw gives us an update on how the business has adapted to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. We also celebrate a major milestone for the Triton Knoll offshore windfarm project, hear from some of those helping to #keepthelightson, and learn mor…
 
A busy episode for March as we visit the Materials Solutions facility in Worcester and a recent town hall meeting in Frimley (both recorded before the current restrictions). Plus we find out how inertia is helping with National Grid stability, there's new research into what consumers think about renewables, and we get some top tips on staying posit…
 
This week we hear from Anne Thornton, head of Siemens Power Transmission in the UK , we meet Claire Wright, a new member of the GP team, we catch up with some of the first cohort on the Transformation Accelerator Programme; plus a chemist gone rogue who's been presenting some new ideas on the road to carbon net zero. There'll also be some Shout Out…
 
On a clear night, when staring up at the night sky, it’s hard to picture the scope behind the shining dots above you. It’s hard to fathom that these lights hold the key to understanding the history of our very beings and that each dot tells its own story of time as well as, well, space. But what if we could? What if a picture could paint a thousand…
 
A busy episode of the PowerCast this month as we hear from the Energy Transition Team; find out about the Accelerator Programme; give a #shoutoutforsuccess to a team that took on a challenging project in Libya; discover a day in the life of a technical support engineer; and get up to speed on improvements to the gas turbine manufacturing process.…
 
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