Building technology with its integrated disciplines such as building automation, fire safety, security, lighting, and low-voltage power distribution is often indispensable and forms the heart of a Total Building Solution from Siemens.
Unlike in the past, today’s buildings must satisfy a wide range of criteria. Building technology with its integrated disciplines such as building automation, fire safety, security, lighting, and low-voltage power distribution is often indispensable and forms the heart of a Total Building Solution from Siemens. Siemens knows how to effectively coordinate the disciplines and thus make buildings safer, more comfortable, more economical, and more efficient. This involves defining specific scenarios, then testing suitable solution packages, and finally making them Siemens certified. This ensures flawless functionality and seamless interfaces. Siemens provides 24/7 support for planning, implementing, operating, and modernizing your buildings as well as performing all maintenance work – in over 50 countries.
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