Siemens and Telefónica to Offer Combined Solutions for Smart Buildings

Siemens and Telefónica to Offer Combined Solutions for Smart Buildings

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Siemens España and Telefónica Tech will be offering the Spanish market their services and solutions for smart buildings in one package. This collaboration agreement will enable both companies to present a joint value proposition that includes solutions for increasing physical security, monitoring and operational and energy efficiency, as well as user experience and the digitalisation of services, where connectivity plays a leading role. Similarly, they will offer an infrastructure that facilitates data collection and analysis in order to turn data into useful information for making better decisions.

The experience and knowledge of both companies will also enable them to include other joint solutions related to optimisation such as smart lighting, environmental monitoring, predictive maintenance, de-escalation monitoring, smart parking, occupancy and capacity management e.g. audiovisual and space reservation solutions. Additionally, Siemens and Telefónica Tech will offer comprehensive solutions that protect buildings from fires and monitor entry points and potential intrusions with closed-circuit television (CCTV), including the possibility of analysing these videos, among other things.

The two companies are thus making a complete portfolio for buildings where technology helps companies to achieve their sustainability goals through different solutions that help to optimise resources or reduce their environmental impact. Buildings are responsible for 36% of world energy consumption and 39% of greenhouse gas emissions during their life cycle. Companies are now more conscious than ever of the importance of sustainability and the economic benefits it brings and Siemens and Telefónica Tech are confident of the competitive advantages that their collaboration will bring to their clients.

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