Siemens is a leading global company focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization and is one of the world’s largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies. Siemens had around 348,000 employees in more than 200 countries, generating revenues of €75.6 billion.

On September 14th 2015, the WCCD signed a new partnership agreement with Siemens at the Digital Transformation of Cities conference at the Crystal in London, in front of over 200 senior representatives from cities and the private sector. The agreement was signed by WCCD CEO and President Patricia McCarney and Siemens Canada CEO Robert Hardt, and was witnessed by Siemens Executive Vice President Pedro Miranda.

On September 14th 2015, the WCCD signed a new partnership agreement with Siemens at the Digital Transformation of Cities conference at the Crystal in London, in front of over 200 senior representatives from cities and the private sector. The agreement was signed by WCCD CEO and President Patricia McCarney and Siemens Canada CEO Robert Hardt, and was witnessed by Siemens Executive Vice President Pedro Miranda.

In cities across the world, comprehensive infrastructure solutions from Siemens already help city planning, contributing to cities that are more sustainable, resilient and accessible. Integrated systems and automated technologies such as smart grids, intelligent buildings and mobility solutions to keep people on the move help to create smart and sustainable infrastructure systems. Siemens is helping to create metropolitan areas worth living in – places where people can enjoy a high quality of life. The relationship between WCCD and Siemens represents a strategic global partnership to promote standardized city data as a critical enabler of sustainable, resilient and smart solutions for the challenges facing cities.

Power of City Data Conference (July 2016)

In July 2016, the WCCD and Siemens co-hosted the Power of City Data Conference at the Crystal in London. The event convened cities and thought leaders to discuss the central role that data plays in creating the prosperous, sustainable, and resilient cities of the future. The panelists and speakers explored how a focus on data and evidence-based decision-making can better inform choices on smart technologies for urban energy, buildings and transport systems. The event  also showcased how leading cities are using comparable, ISO 37120 certified, city data to drive city-to-city learning and best practice sharing on a global scale.

A video summary of the highlights of the conference will be made available soon.