Siemens AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:SIEGY) enjoyed a short term breakout as it finished the day with a gain of 2.57%. More than the magnitude of the gain, the structure created by this gain would be more important for the bulls. The breakout took place from a short term base, created after a sharp rally from the 52 week low. The only real concern for the bulls is the volume pattern which is not very supportive of the price action seen. The volume of the day at 74,000 was lower than the daily average of 102,000 and that makes the breakout suspicious.
Siemens AG (ADR)(OTCMKTS:SIEGY) stated that it extended its alliance with Georgia Institute of Technology, extending a two-decade association pursuing manufacturing advancement via software, conducting frontier-pushing research. This boosts digital product advancement and prepares students to excel in the STEM workforce.
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Eric Spiegel, the President and CEO of Siemens, stated that Georgia Tech is a pioneer research institution in nation, directing the pathway for innovative technologies and concepts to help reestablish the way a firm produces items, travel through space, electrify homes and so on. Building upon years alliance, this comprehensive agreement will support cutting-edge R&D and industrial digitalization and automation process, while preparing students to become a part of the international manufacturing workforce.
Siemens stated that the full spectrum deal will continue to extend the boundaries of manufacturing design, modernization and mechanization. One occasion where this idea is being executed is the “Georgia Tech Aerospace Systems Design Lab.” The participants are deploying Siemens’ PLM software to establish a virtual prototype of gas turbine, which will help engineers to plan the next-gen of advanced gas turbines while lowering carbon emissions. Georgia Tech becomes a member of an international group of renowned research organizations with Siemens conducting onsite R&D.
“Bud” Peterson of Georgia Tech stated that the two groups have enjoyed a productive relationship, functioning together on various assignments from engineering software to manufacturing. As a Siemens CKI partner, the university looks forward to expanding initiatives to boost innovation, manufacturing research, and software. Over the last few years, Georgia Tech worked on some twenty assignments from healthcare to energy to manufacturing, including government-supported assignments.
The first assignment under the expanded association is an important assignment to reduce gaps in mechanized design-to-print workflow. The assignment falls under the “America Make” plan, a federally-backed program from the NAMII.