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Siemens Veteran Joins MateoViva

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30.10.2020, 01:19

Siemens Veteran Joins MateoViva

Uwe Großmann, former Head of Sales and Operations for Siemens Smart Infrastructure in Germany, has been appointed to the advisory board of smart building platform provider MateoViva GmbH.

Großmann who led the expansion of digital solutions and services at Siemens has over 30 years of management experience in the construction, energy and service sectors.

In his new role as an advisor to MeteoViva, Großmann will promote the use of its data driven approaches to CO2 emissions reductions, and spearhead political discussion on efficient buildings in Germany, and the contribution smart technologies can make towards effecting change.

“The data-driven solution provides an answer to several major challenges in the building sector: a cost-effective low-carbon technology that reduces operating costs and, thanks to its open platform technology, allows maximum flexibility and further integration.”

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Announcing the appointment, Dr. Stefan Hardt, managing director, said: “In Uwe we have a renowned expert who is also exceptionally well-connected. Together, we want to expand the company’s pioneering role within the market and establish MeteoViva Climate as the global standard for intelligent building control.”

Großmann added: “Although MeteoViva is still a relatively young company, its approach, which utilises software to optimize building operations in a predictive manner, is already considered a benchmark within the industry.

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