Wednesday, March 18, 2020


Siemens is a global powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. One of the world’s largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of systems for power generation and transmission as well as medical diagnosis. In infrastructure and industry solutions the company plays a pioneering role.

Siemens has played an impressive role in shaping the technological evolution of Germany, Europe and the rest of the world. Come join us on a trip through Siemens history! Here you can find information on how our company has developed over the years and how Siemens’ innovative technologies have revolutionized a broad range of industries. Inform yourself about the people who made our history. Discover our country profiles and History News and get an overview of our work at the Siemens Historical Institute.

170 years ago, a hitherto unknown young man left Germany for England to market his elder brother’s patents. This was Wilhelm Siemens, a freshly minted engineer not quite 20 years old, setting off to seek his fortune in the capital of the British Empire. And thus it was under his leadership that in 1850, the Telegraphen-Bauanstalt von Siemens & Halske, founded in Berlin only three years before, got its first international sales agency. Wilhelm now became “William” in England; his involvement in science and technology, along with his entrepreneurial efforts, would ultimately get him established in British high society. And the London branch he founded would become a pillar of the company’s success.

Before Wilhelm’s elder brother Werner founded his company, he worked as an inventor. Werner understood how important English patents were if his innovations were to evolve into business success. So he appointed Wilhelm to get an English patent for a galvanization process he had invented, and then to market the process. In March 1843 the younger man, not even 20 years old, made his first trip to London to explore the options for patenting and selling Werner’s invention. And it worked out – he was able to sell the patent at a profit. 

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