Total Plant Solution

Total Integrated Automation (TIA)

With Totally Integrated Automation you will benefit during the entire lifecycle of machines or plants – from engineering to operation, expansion and modernisation. Totally Integrated Automation provides perfect interplay of all integrated automation components in your enterprise and thus allows continuous manufacturing optimisation.

With its open system architecture, Totally Integrated Automation is perfectly aligned to customer requirements and international market trends. With holistic solutions and completely integrated automation during the entire lifecycle, you can optimise performance in every automation segment level using products from our complete range, thus achieving sustainable productivity improvements.

Totally Integrated Power™ (TIP) – Products, Systems and Support for Integrated Power Distribution

The power supply system is integral to all electrically operated building installations. If it works reliably and efficiently, the power flows are secured and so too is the operation of all electrical equipment. Electrical power distribution therefore requires integrated solutions. Our answer: Totally Integrated Power.

This includes tools and support for planning and configuration and a complete, optimally harmonised product and system portfolio for integrated power distribution from mediumvoltage switchgear through to wall outlets.

The products and systems can be interfaced to building or industrial automation systems via communication modules, allowing full optimisation to be achieved through an integrated solution during the planning and configuration stages through to installation and operation.

Total Building Solutions

Unlike in the past, today’s buildings must satisfy a wide range of criteria. Building technology with its integrated disciplines such as building automation, fire safety, security, lighting and low-voltage power distribution is often indispensable and forms the heart of a Total Building Solution. Siemens knows how to effectively coordinate the disciplines and thus make buildings safer, more comfortable, more economical, and more efficient. This involves defining specific scenarios, then testing suitable solution packages and finally making them Siemens certified. This ensures flawless functionality and seamless interfaces.