HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
Campus to World strengthens the existing transfer instruments of the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (H-BRS) and expands its regional and supra-regional network. The central element of the concept is the Innovation Mall: it will be the future marketplace for ideas, comprising of a physical and a virtual place of exchange outside and inside the university. Six subprojects will realise these goals:- Information Desk: This central distributor links the research foci Safety and Security Research, Digitalisation as well as Sustainability and Energy with external partners.- Centre for Ethics and Responsibility: Together with the scientists a selected advisory board leads the discourse on societal responsibility of research and science.- Transfer into Safety and Security Research: With the BiometryLab for the protection against identity theft and cybercrime as well as a showroom for detection technology the university establishes itself as a partner for the security authorities (e.g. the BSI) and the relevant industrial partners.- Showroom Visualisation: New Visual Computing solutions support the regional small and medium-sized businesses via systematic information brokerage and presentation - for example through adaptations towards industry 4.0.- Municipal Innovation Partnerships: In a combined effort with a regional municipality a toolkit will be developed, which will extend the positive effects of the university into rural areas. These strategies will be transferable to other municipalities and regions.- CitizenLab: Accompanying the idea of Citizen Science the contact towards society will be facilitated through participative research and open innovation. In cooperation with the Wissenschaftsladen Bonn (Bonn Science Shop) and the Forschungszentrum Jülich the interaction will be conducted on campus (FabLab), outside the campus (WorldLab) and via digital media (CommunicationLab).
German Pavilion - Bonn R&D
The bombings of Madrid (2004) and London (2005) have shown: railway stations and trains are potential targets of attacks with explosives or radioactive substances. ...