14 Years Near You

We are celebrating our anniversary and we want to thank you for these 14 years,
remembering 14 ways in which we have been close to you

  1. Website: You will find our catalog of services and products, not to mention all the information we create weekly for you.
  2. Branches: We started in Chihuahua, Chih, and in 2022, we will expand by opening a new branch in Queretaro.
  3. Whatsapp: We put at your disposal one of the channels in which you can communicate with us very easily.
  4. Industrial Blog: You can find success stories, dates and repetitions of our Solid Edge Club.
  5. Tips and Tricks: We constantly publish useful tips, product presentations and tutorials.
  6. 3D Break: In less than 10 minutes, we tell you how additive manufacturing provides solutions to different companies.
  7. Webinars: Live sessions where you can learn or update your knowledge from our experts.
  8. Events and expos: We organize events and attend expos in different strategic cities.
  9. Social networks: With daily publications of reels, phrases, news and success stories, you can learn and know exclusive promotions of our solutions.
  10. Groups and clubs: We create communities where you can meet more people involved in the industry.
  11. Calls: We follow up on our activities, with the intention of knowing your doubts and offering you the best service.
  12. Visits: We schedule meetings directly in your company, taking the digital transformation to you.
  13. Surveys: It is very important for us to know your opinion of our service.
  14. And many more…
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Siemens Energy announces the implementation of 1 megawatt of power generation through solar panels in Mexico.

Following Siemens Energy’s strategy to reduce carbon emissions globally, the company has announced that its plants in Querétaro and Guanajuato will begin generating electricity from solar photovoltaic energy. This initiative marks a significant step forward in its commitment to carbon neutrality.

During an event held at Siemens Energy’s plant in El Marqués, Querétaro, Javier Pastorino, General Manager for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, emphasized that the company’s goal is to achieve carbon neutrality in all its operations by 2030. In line with this goal, the electricity consumption of both plants will be completely covered by renewable sources, complemented by the acquisition of Clean Energy Certificates (CEL’s) for any additional consumption.

“By using electricity from renewable sources, our plants become 100% carbon neutral facilities,” the executive explained during his speech. He also shared Siemens Energy’s vision of the energy transition, which focuses on three pillars: energy efficiency, transmission and deep decarbonization.

In the first phase, the company aims to leverage its resources and the technology currently available in the market. “To achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, emissions need to be reduced by 43% by 2030. The use of transition technologies, such as combined cycles, can help to far exceed this goal,” the executive pointed out.

In addition, the executive stressed that “There can be no transition without adequate transmission infrastructure”, which implies improving the development of the infrastructure available in the country to bring renewable energy to consumption centers. Finally, deep decarbonization implies the use of new technologies, such as green hydrogen. In this regard, he revealed that the company’s objective is to advance with this technology in the medium term until it becomes predominant in the market.

Regarding the development of hydrogen and energy transmission, Javier Pastorino stated that Mexico has great potential due to its renewable energy resources and infrastructure, such as ports, to export products derived from this technology. “We seek to have responsible operations, with a social commitment and respect for human rights, the environment and natural resources,” he said.

To date, Siemens Energy is involved in four combined cycle projects of the Federal Electricity Commission: Tuxpan, El Sauz, González Ortega and San Luis Río Colorado. In this sense, the company participates as a supplier of integral solutions, contributing 28% of CFE’s installed capacity in Mexico.

Siemens Energy’s presence in Mexico is also reflected in its 50% participation in the transmission network, more than 1,200 km of compressors in the gas compression networks, 3,000 MW installed in the national territory, and three factories in the Bajío region: high voltage switchgear in El Marqués and two transformer production plants in Guanajuato.

During his speech, Marco del Prete, Secretary of Sustainable Development of Querétaro, emphasized the collaboration of Siemens Energy in accordance with the public policy promoted by the state authorities. “The mission of the Secretariat is to promote economic development through projects such as this one. Today, global companies that adopt ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) policies recognize the importance of environmental protection, which complements the Secretariat’s efforts.”

In addition, the official highlighted the State Seal in Low Carbon Emissions initiative, unique at the national level, driven by a tax on carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere. “The funds generated go directly to the preservation and care of the forests of the Sierra Gorda de Querétaro. It is an economic benefit that goes hand in hand with environmental protection, and Siemens is one of the pioneers in adopting it,” he concluded.

Solid Edge earns the #1 spot on G2’s 2024 Best Software Awards for CAD/PLM Products

The best award, for the best product

Our Solid Edge Community has accomplished a new feat! We’re so excited to share that Solid Edge has been named the best CAD and PLM product by G2 for its 2024 Best Software Awards.

Since 2021, Solid Edge has consistently ranked as a leader in CAD/PLM products across G2. This honor is thanks to the trust and support of our customers around the world; without our Solid Edge community, none of this would be possible. We will continue to excel to be the best across our complete portfolio of product development tools which includes: mechanical and electrical design, simulation, manufacturing, technical publications, data management, and so much more.

“Nothing but the best software.” – G2

What is G2?

Operating a software marketplace used by more than 60 million software buyers annually, G2 is a leading online software marketplace.

What are the G2 Best Software Awards

G2’s Annual Best Software Awards rank the world’s best software companies and products based on authentic, timely reviews from real users.

How G2 rankings work

The top 100 software sellers are ranked based on a combination of Satisfaction and Market Presence scores for each seller, and the top 100 products are ranked based on reviews across all categories they are a part of. To be included in one of G2’s Software Sellers or Software Products “Best Of” lists, a software seller or product must receive at least 50 approved and published reviews during the 2021 calendar year. Scores reflect only data from reviews submitted during this evaluation period. 

Learn more about what real users have to say (or write a review) on G2’s Solid Edge review page!

About Siemens Solid Edge

Solid Edge® is an integrated portfolio of powerful, comprehensive, and accessible software tools that advance all aspects of the product development process. Solid Edge addresses today’s complexity challenges with automated digital solutions that cultivate creativity and collaboration.

By harnessing the latest innovative technologies in mechanical and electrical design, simulation, manufacturing, publications, data management, and cloud-based collaboration, using Solid Edge dramatically shortens time-to-market, provides greater production flexibility, and significantly reduces costs with its collaborative and scalable solutions.

Solid Edge is a part of the Siemens Xcelerator™ portfolio, the comprehensive and integrated portfolio of software and services from Siemens Digital Industries Software, and provides an innovative and comprehensive approach to product development for the mainstream market.

The collaboration between Tecnológico de Monterrey in the Mexico City region and Siemens has resulted in the certification of students

Tecnológico de Monterrey in its Mexico City and Santa Fe campuses has introduced the Mendix Rapid Developer certification for students of the School of Engineering and Sciences. This certification, carried out in collaboration with Siemens, is unique in the country and has been awarded to students in the Cyber-Physical Systems concentration in Mexico City and the Cybersecurity concentration in Santa Fe. According to Softserve, 77% of organizations currently use low-code platforms, and Mendix is one of the most popular and highest rated globally. David Navarro, professor at the School of Engineering and Science in Mexico City, emphasizes that this certification has professional recognition and seeks to boost students’ career paths.

“Technology is advancing day by day, so it is a priority to receive certifications of this type.”

“This certification helps future engineers to boost their careers, to be more visible in the labor market and develops skills for the implementation of emerging technologies such as design and web applications.

“For engineering students it is important to be constantly updated, since technology advances day by day, so it is a priority to receive certifications of this type,” he emphasizes.

So far, the certification will continue to be offered at the Santa Fe and Mexico City campuses.

However, Professor David Navarro comments that this certification is the beginning of more collaborations.

“It is expected that more companies will seek to collaborate with us, to be able to offer different certifications and in other Tec campuses outside the Mexico City region”.

The Mendix Rapid Developer certification covers the configuration of projects in Mendix and the creation of applications with pages, as well as the deployment of these applications in the cloud.

This level of certification validates that the person has the necessary knowledge to effectively use the Mendix platform and can develop prototypes autonomously. Mendix is a low-code application creation platform used in various industries, such as industrial, pharmaceutical, banking and manufacturing, to address specific problems and improve efficiency. At the same time, this certification strengthens problem-solving skills, improves understanding of software development processes and encourages systematic thinking.

Solid Edge University’s return to Mexico was a great success

On Wednesday, February 14, Solid Edge University 2024 took place at the Auditorium of the Parque Tecnológico, Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Querétaro.

On Wednesday, February 14, industry professionals, experts and enthusiasts gathered at the annual Solid Edge University 2024 event, held at the Auditorio del Parque Tecnológico, Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Querétaro. Organized by Siemens Digital Industries Software, the event highlighted the latest advances in design, manufacturing and collaboration powered by the Solid Edge platform. All with the intention of demonstrating how useful and accessible the latest version of Solid Edge is.

The event started at 9:00 AM and had an itinerary full of interesting sections for attendees, from stories of customers who have changed their work process with the software, to learning a little more about how Solid Edge works in practice.

The event was a success and met the expectations of the attendees, so we can expect a return of Solid Edge University to Mexico in the not so distant future, something that would not be possible without the support they have shown to the events held recently, with this we thank all attendees and invite those who could not attend in person, to register for the replay through Zoom, scheduled for February 22, starting at 4:30 PM, register here.

Siemens’ expansion of its production capacity in Ciudad Juarez will significantly boost its foreign sales.

Siemens Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean have inaugurated ITESA 4, a new manufacturing facility spanning 16,000 m², focused on producing devices for energy measurement and distribution.

With a presence of 130 years in Mexico and nearly four decades in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, the company highlights that the investment of over 300 million pesos is aimed at meeting the demand of the North American market, particularly in the residential sector. Alejandro Preinfalk, President and CEO of Siemens in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, stated, “Through initiatives like the one we are presenting today, we will continue to collaborate as a strategic partner of Mexico to strengthen its position as a leader in digital, secure, and sustainable electrification.”

Over four implementation phases, scheduled to conclude by the end of next year, four product assembly lines will be installed and six will be relocated, specializing in manufacturing processes (CNC stamping, metal bending, welding, and painting) for metallic components and aluminum bars. As a result, a double-digit increase in export operations is anticipated. “We have estimated that this productive expansion will boost our exports by 16%, allowing us to meet the demand of our primary market,” emphasized Rolando Calderón, Manufacturing Director in the region.

María Angélica Granados, Secretary of Innovation and Economic Development of the State, emphasized the economic impact of the project and the over 260 associated direct job opportunities: “Siemens’ expansion will create employment, benefiting hundreds of families […] The development of labor skills in the manufacturing industry adds value; it’s about skilled labor […]”.

During the opening ceremony, Mayor Cruz Pérez highlighted the pivotal role played by the human factor in the area’s economic and industrial processes: “Juárez is an industrial powerhouse thanks to its people; it’s the talent and capacity of its population that place the city in a prominent position nationally and internationally”.

Marco Cosío, Vice President of Siemens’ Smart Infrastructure business, stated: “We are committed to redefining our boundaries and transforming our processes to lead the electrification of homes, industries, and communities”.

According to the company, this investment supplements other recent announcements, bringing the total investment to approximately 2.2 billion pesos and creating more than 1,000 direct jobs.

GOALTECH AND EMUGE FRANKEN REACH A COLLABORATION AGREEMENT

A few weeks ago, an important collaboration agreement was signed with Siemens with the company Emuge Franken, a world leader in the manufacture of tools used for mass production.

Through this collaboration, the promotion and development of opportunities in Siemens NX CAD CAM, Solid Edge, and CamPro products are sought in EMUGE clients, in turn strengthening the capacities in the use and understanding of CNC machining strategies using EMUGE cutting tools and programming and design software NX or Campro, in order to consolidate the best use of this type of tools for clients and future clients.

Among the most important points of the agreement, EMUGE promised to assign a duly qualified programming resource from NX CAM and CamPro, accompanied by the development of a promotion plan focused on holding events and workshops in conjunction with Goaltech and Siemens where show the use and benefits of the tools.

On behalf of Goaltech, being aware that the use of high-performance software tools such as NX CAD, CAM and CamPro entails a high level of experience and knowledge, it will provide technical information to the extent of Goaltech’s capabilities to support learning and improvement. of skills in the use of the tools by the EMUGE team to carry out commercial talks, demonstrations, etc.

Among the highlights Wolfgang Hellnick Managing Director of Emuge Franken commented Siemens NX CAM is something we see everywhere all the time, and it makes a big difference for us to be available to have the software, so we can use what customers already have. used to or what they like to wear”.

Thanks to the Emuge Franken company for becoming our new allies, we are sure that this alliance is a great opportunity for all those new companies that want to continue transforming with the best technology.

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