Frost & Sullivan Award honours “outstanding services and solutions” of Siemens Building Technologies Division
Consulting business and market analyst Frost & Sullivan has honoured the Siemens Building Technologies Division with its 2015 European Technologies Company of the Year Award. The accolade recognises Siemens’ “outstanding services and solutions”.
Peter Hallberg, head of Siemens Building Technologies Europe North Region, accepted the award in London on Wednesday 29 June from Aroop Zutshi, global president and managing partner at Frost & Sullivan.
Explaining their decision, the experts at Frost & Sullivan emphasised Siemens’ leading role in driving developments for the entire industry. “In the building technologies industry, Siemens has demonstrated exemplary performance that, above all, is focused on customer-orientated innovation,” explained Zutshi.
Comprehensive solutions and service portfolio
Siemens Building Technologies Division’s claim to be an innovative market leader for safe, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly buildings and infrastructures is duly underpinned by a comprehensive solutions and service portfolio.
A current example of the solutions on offer is the Cloud-based Navigator energy management platform. The visualisation software displays data streams in condensed and, typically, graphical form. The result is an enterprise-wide view of energy and operating performance, both at a high level and in detail.
Navigator is a customisable, scalable and easy-to-use portal that efficiently supports the monitoring of building system performance, energy demand and energy supply.
Commitment to security
Siemens Building Technologies Division is fully committed to providing innovative security solutions for buildings, global corporate sites and critical infrastructure.
Based on an innovative approach to security, the company’s Siveillance system, for example, comprises a comprehensive range of security solutions and systems – from intelligent video surveillance, access control and identity management through to intrusion detection and perimeter protection and up to industrial Command and Control Centre technology. This solution can be configured to meet specific requirements for a particular site or type of industry depending on the needs of the individual customer.