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PROFIBUS & PROFINET in the context of Government, manufacturing, industrial infra-structure and skills, why investment and standardisation remain key

PROFIBUS & PROFINET in the context of Government, manufacturing, industrial infra-structure and skills, why investment and standardisation remain key

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    State of the nation keynote address by brian holliday State of the nation keynote address by brian holliday Presentation Transcript

    • Page 1 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Siemens Industry Automation Brian Holliday Divisional Director
    • Page 2 Siemens Industry Sector UKEngineering the Future, Walsall College – Jan 2011 Siemens plc 170 years in the UK • Engineering & innovation in the UK since William Siemens arrived in 1843 aged 19 years • First ever water meter (1852) • London-Calcutta telegraph link (1869) • Laid first submarine cable to link Britain and the USA (1873) • First ever electric street lighting (1881) • First electric lighting in a British theatre – Savoy Theatre, London (1881)
    • Page 3 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Company Overview – Siemens UK
    • Page 4 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Manufacturing is changing faster than ever before
    • Page 5 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved The evolution to Industry 4.0 in production
    • Page 6 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved AutomationTechnology Automation Technology is developing rapidly A typical cell…
    • Page 7 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Integrated Automation today links the design environment to the digital factory Engineering Diagnostics Communication Safety Robustness Security INTEROPERABILITY Enterprise Level Field Level Control Level Operator Level Management Level PLMERP Plant EngineeringMES DCS SCADA PLC HMI
    • Page 8 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved UK Manufacturing as a % of GVA and the manufacturing workforce Source: House of Commons Library, 2012
    • Page 9 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Manufacturing as a percentage of GDP 1980 - 2008
    • Page 10 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Manufacturing Investment Comparison: United Kingdom & Germany Source(s): Oxford Economics, Ifo-Institut, United Nations Statistics Division Manufacturing output total in 2010: UK = £149bn, Germany = £387bn
    • Page 11 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Technology Readiness Levels
    • Page 12 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Catapult Centres 2 Cell therapies 3 Offshore renewable energy 4 Satellite applications 5 Connected digital economy 6 Future cities 7 Transport systems. - Advanced Forming Research Centre (Strathclyde) - Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (University of Sheffield) - Centre for Process Innovation (Wilton & Sedgefield) - Manufacturing Technology Centre - National Composites Centre (University of Bristol) - Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Universities of - Manchester and Sheffield) - Warwick Manufacturing Group (University of Warwick) 1 High value manufacturing
    • Page 13 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Eight Great Technologies 1 - Big Data Revolution & Energy-Efficient Computing 2 - Satellites and Commercial Applications of Space 3 - Robotics and Autonomous Systems 4 - Life Sciences, Genomics Synthetic Biology 5 - Regenerative Medicine 6 - Agri-Science 7 - Advanced Materials and Nano-Technology 8 - Energy and its Storage
    • Page 14 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved University Technical Colleges • For 14-19 year olds • Each sponsored by an FE College or University • Curriculum designed by employers • Regional specialisms • Extended teaching hours • Supported by DfE, BIS and Industry
    • Page 15 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Siemens & Black Country UTC
    • Page 16 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved www.siemens.co.uk/education
    • Page 17 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Drivers of Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Source: Deloitte and US Council on Competitiveness - 2010 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index; ©Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, 2010.
    • Page 18 June 2013 Unrestricted / © Siemens plc 2013. All rights reserved Questions