SIEMENS AG (SAG), Germany is a very well known major electrical-engineering company with operations in the energy, healthcare, industry and in the infrastructures and cities. Two groups within SAG will participate: Siemens AG and I IA SC PA .
Siemens Process Analytics is belonging to the Industry Automation Sector of Siemens’s Industry sector, and is a leading supplier of a broad product portfolio of gas analyzers for process analytics. The portfolio covers process GCs, extractive and in-situ (TDLS) continuous gas analyzers (CGAs), software solutions, analytical application sets, system integration, service and support. Analyzer applications are developed in close collaboration with customers, taking special requirements into account. The special application lab in Karlsruhe offers a complete setup to simulate large scale process conditions. Different gas preparation systems are available for dry and wet test gases, furnaces for different temperature ranges, gas measurement cells for in-situ measurements at reduced or elevated pressure. Siemens Industry Sectors employs some 105.000 employees in over 130 countries across the globe. In fiscal year 2013 (to September 30), the Industry Sector posted revenues of 18,6 billion euros and a profit of 1.5 billion euros.
The R&D work will be performed within the Research and Technology Center (RTC) of Siemens Corporate Technology. The RTC works on applied R&D to qualify upcoming technologies for the use in innovative Siemens products. The technological work will be done in the group for Chemical and Physical Sensors located in the Munich-Neuperlach research centre; consisting of about 20 persons. They have many years experience in the work in the field of gas detection technologies, relating to gas sensors base technologies as well as their system use and fulfilment of requirements in practical use. They are making available an extensive amount of know-how in the field of complex gas testing, application of IR-spectroscopy, conventional and TDLS for gas detection, development and validation of innovative sensors systems.