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Thriving communities are supported by intelligent infrastructure.  Siemens invests in communities like no other, by applying global engineering leadership; the latest in digitalization and data-driven strategies; and deep, local relationships to achieve economic development goals and energy resiliency. And with our unmatched financial resources, we provide several options for funding projects while ensuring fiscal responsibility. 
Siemens is the world market leader for safe, reliable, and energy-efficient buildings and infrastructures.  As a service provider, system integrator, and product manufacturer, our solutions, services, and expertise include a totally-integrated portfolio that allows us to help optimize building automation, fire safety and security systems, HVAC, air quality, power distribution and management, and energy efficiency for all buildings.
As a true full-service ESCO, Siemens provides the industry’s most comprehensive end-to-end energy solutions – from energy reduction to production and procurement – enabling cities to best achieve all energy goals while positively impacting the economy and environment.

ICMA SMART COMMUNITIES: Rethinking Infrastructure - A Report Co-Sponsored by ICMA and Siemens

Cities and counties are deploying smart cities applications to support energy, water, and wastewater operations. According to a 2016 survey conducted by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), in partnership with the Smart Cities Council, 38.7 percent of communities have smart cities applications in active deployment in the energy sector, while 37.5 percent have smart cities applications in active deployment in the water and wastewater sectors. Additionally, nearly a third of communities - 29.7 percent - cited the water and wastewater sector as their top smart cities priority.

This report looks at smart cities technologies that communities are deploying across the energy and water sectors and examines challenges - some unique to these sectors and some that apply more broadly across smart cities applications.

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