In an era where federal budget allocations are fixed and modernization requirements are rising, how can government agencies increase responsiveness, connectivity, and safety, all while reducing operating costs at their installations?
The answer lies in smart infrastructure – next generation technology that leverages data and digitalization to optimize operations.
What if a military base could respond to security threats instantly, if not preemptively?
What if safety alarms could communicate with first responders before they arrived on site?
What if real-time data could eliminate traffic congestion on a base?
All of these “what ifs” are made possible with smart infrastructure solutions from Siemens Government Technologies.
A critical mission of the federal government is to ensure that our nation’s buildings, infrastructure, and operations are secure, workable, and resilient. As the integrator of Siemens’ comprehensive portfolio of smart infrastructure solutions for federal customers, Siemens Government Technologies provides federal agencies with a streamlined procurement and implementation path for improving operational efficiency, reliability, and cost-savings at installations and depots throughout the country and world.
From building automation and control systems, to green technologies and efficiency-enhancing HVAC and utility upgrades, we leverage Siemens’ global and commercial experience to help federal customers ensure their facilities are smarter and more responsive by intelligently connecting energy systems, buildings, and the people who occupy them.
When the European headquarters of the U.S. Army needed to cut energy use and costs while replacing aging infrastructure, lengthy delays and disruption was not an option. In the first Euro-financed Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) by SGT, the U.S. Army’s Installation Management Command (IMCOM) in Weisbaden, Germany, was able to reduce their energy intensity by accelerating investment in cost-effective energy conservation measures while incurring minimal capital costs.
Through the contract, SGT is installing a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, improving plant heating distribution, implementing numerous solar photovoltaic power arrays, and upgrading facility lighting to enable new, light-emitting diode (LED) technology.
SGT has been selected for a seat on the $1.2 billion utility monitoring and control systems (UMCS V) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Engineering and Support Center. SGT will provide UMCS procurement and installation services, as well as upgrade and modernize heating, ventilation, and utility systems at several federal facilities.
If you’d like to find out more about Siemens Government Technologies’ smart infrastructure solutions and how we can help you achieve your mission, contact us to speak with a federal solutions expert.
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