October 12, 1847 under the name Telegraphen-Bauanstalt von Siemens & Halske.
Nearly 175 years of history, from the telegraph to the digital age, creating a valuable brand worldwide.
Werner von Siemens and Johann George Halske found the company in Berlin under the name Telegraphen-Bauanstalt von Siemens & Halske. This company later becomes known as Siemens AG.
Siemens, considered the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe with 190 branches in the world, operates in 4 main sectors: industrial, energy, health and infrastructure and cities.
Today we congratulate this giant that has survived two World Wars and has adapted to the digital era with a solid foundation to face the future with the solid implementation of IoT.
"As a focused technology company, we combine the real and the digital worlds and help customers to meet the great challenges of our time."
In 1948, he built the first long-distance telegraph line between the cities of Berlin and Frankfurt.
In 1867, he completed the monumental Indo-European telegraph line.
During World War I, he built airplanes.
In Spain, Siemens collaborates with several cooking schools as well as the Innovation Cooking Center, which are equipped with Siemens appliances.
By the end of fiscal year 2020, Siemens has 40,700 employees in Research and Development alone, 24,900 patents and a staggering 23 inventions per day.