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  • Technology

    A consistent data model across all process steps generates a leap in productivity

    Intelligent data analysis leads to more efficient production control

    Predictive maintenance increases machine availability by up to

    Improve competitiveness The Digital Enterprise represents the entire value chain of a company. Siemens solutions optimize and protect the processes of this value chain.

    Software

    Digital Services

    99%

    50%

    The Siemens Digital Enterprise Software Suite reduces time to market by up to

    while simultaneously increasing quality

    Efficient communications between people and machines enables maximum flexibility

    Projected annual growth rate (CAGR) of M2M communications by 2019:

    Communication

    45%

    Secure facilities and networks ensure system integrity and know-how protection

    large companies were exposed to external attacks in 2014

    Security

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    How industry is evolving and shaping the world

    The Future of Manufacturing

    Manufacturing

    70%

    77%

    17%

    Exports

    Innovation

    GDP

    by contributing to:

    Over time, industry has transformed from local-basedto communication-based automation technology

    All other sectors

    Manufacturing has a 77% share of global research and development

    Manufacturing is responsible for 70% of entire global trade

    Manufacturing provides 17% of global GDP

    Increasingefficiency

    Shorteningtime to market

    Enhancingflexibility

    Manufacturing is at the heart of a strong economy

    These are the challenges manufacturing is facing today:

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    Its constant evolution increasescomplexity yet produces benefits

    Infographic Siemens 2015

    Sources

    IHS 2014. http://bit.ly/1zlppCtMy Life and Work, 1922Motor Trend Magazine, March 2008. http://bit.ly/1qphQXrAccenture CEO Briefing 2014. http://bit.ly/1bxWwMeIndustry as a growth engine in the global economy IW Kln/ IW Consult GmbH, Cologne. http://bit.ly/1tlr0EV IHS Global Insight, Mc Kinsey Global Institute analysis 2010. http://bit.ly/1tQ3LIl IHS Global Insight, Mc Kinsey Global Institute analysis 2008. http://bit.ly/1tQ3LIl Howard Wial, The Center for Urban Economic Development at the University of Illicois in Chicago. http://bit.ly/13RBJSWFurther information: ARC Client Report: Scenarios for Investment in Manufacturing through 2050. http://sie.ag/1EbaLAQCisco Visual Networking Index. http://bit.ly/Msevdw2015 Internet Security Threat Report, Band 20. http://bit.ly/1eqc3vA

    Market

    1908 2015You have trillionsof variations

    You can have it in any color as long as it is blackHenry Ford

    Growing desire for individual products Becoming a growth engine in the global economy

    Digitalization is one of the game changers The job-multiplication effect has a positive impact on society

    FordF-150

    FordT-Model

    1/4of all energy is requiredby industry alone

    > 200%over the past 15 years, variety of products has more than doubled

    15 yea

    rs

    shorter lifecycleof products nowadays

    25%

    employed by a digitalized company, like Siemens, with industry-specific knowledge

    worldwide expect digital technology to cause a significant change in their industry

    52% of CEOs

    17,500 Software Developers

    in manufacturing creates

    1 jobin other sectors

    2.2 jobs

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    siemens.com/future-of-manufacturing

    The future of manufacturing depends on those who take control of challenges and deliver consistent, cost-effective results.

    Society