Die alten Soemensgebäude werden in die neue Lebens- und Arbeitswelt integriert

Innovation campuses, smart city solutions and a healthy work-life balance are the themes that will determine sustainable urban development in the future. Berlin is now in the focus of attention in this respect. The Siemens technology group signed a ‘pact for the future’ there at the end of 2018. The visible result is the construction of Siemensstadt 2.0 which is to be built on the historic Spandau site by 2030. And where does Siemens get its inspiration from? High Tech Campus Eindhoven, among others.

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Author profile picture Almut Otto is a writer and has over 30 years of know-how in the communications industry. She learned the trade of journalism from scratch in a daily newspaper and in a special interest magazine. After studying communication sciences in Munich, she worked as an international PR manager in the textile, shoe, outdoor and IT industries for a long time. For some years now, she has been concentrating more on her journalistic background. As a passionate outdoor and water sports enthusiast - her hobbies include windsurfing, kitesurfing, SUP boarding, sailing and snowboarding - she is particularly interested in keeping the oceans clean and shaping a sustainable future. In addition, she is always fascinated by the latest developments from the world's hardware and software laboratories.