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Siemens USA Features Cloud Offerings for City Data at 2018 Infrastructure Week; Barbara Humpton Comments

Barbara Humpton

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 22, 2018 — Siemens USA showcased at the 2018 Infrastructure Week held May 15 to 21 its cloud-based offerings designed to connect city data to support U.S. infrastructure, ExecutiveBiz reported May 15.

The company said May 14 it presented its City Performance Tool, a system developed in collaboration with the City of Los Angeles to allow the use data to evaluate the environmental and economic impact of technologies in infrastructure decision-making and planning.

“Our digital capabilities bring data to life and help cities unlock their potential when it comes to infrastructure investment,” said Barbara Humpton, incoming CEO of Siemens USA and a 2018 Wash100 awardee.

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