HANNOVER MESSE comprises clearly defined display areas embracing industry, energy and logistics.
We have reconfigured existing "hot spots" and relocated displays to create new growth opportunities for exhibitors.
Benefit: Shorter distances to walk and a more even distribution of visitor footfall. Key trends and market-leading enterprises are positioned thematically, thus creating synergies between related technological sectors.
The map of the site will help you find your way quickly and easily.
Halls 24, 25 | Future Hub
Visionary concepts transformed into practical applications: experts from science and industry gather at the Future Hub to outline their ideas on industry of the future – from cognitive quality assurance systems to innovative manufacturing methods. Here you can identify those key solutions that are relevant to tomorrow’s industrial requirements. Special attention is given to startups, new technologies, Work 4.0, as well as topics related to the innovation culture.
Halls 19 - 23 | Engineered Parts & Solutions
Components and development services are driving forces behind industrial digitization. At Engineered Parts & Solutions the focus is on materials, processes and forward-looking issues such as lightweight design and additive manufacturing. Exhibitors from all over the world showcase the diversity of their specialist skills and underline their status as valuable development partners.
Halls 2 - 5 | Logistics
Digitalization is crucial to the increasing integration of production and logistics. And we are also playing our part. As from 2020 all the logistics topics and themed displays previously featured at CeMAT will be an integral part of the exhibition areas and visitor routes at HANNOVER MESSE.
Halls 3 - 13 | Automation, Motion & Drives
The display category “Automation, Motion & Drives” embraces the technologies of the previous trade show "IAMD" and includes automation, power transmission and control, fluid power, as well as relevant technologies in the energy and logistics sectors. From mechanical and electrical engineering to robotics and process automation. This generates wide-ranging synergy effects between the various sectors as well as between production and intralogistics.
Halls 11-13, 27 | Energy Solutions
The climate-neutral factory is on everyone's lips. For regulatory and economic reasons, industry and the energy sector are looking for solutions to save energy and CO2 emissions. The Energy Solutions exhibition area will present suitable energy technology solutions. The focus is on the efficient, climate-neutral energy supply of industrial buildings and plants as well as connected mobility infrastructures.
Halls 14 - 17 | Digital Ecosystems
Every single area of HANNOVER MESSE is characterized by digitalization and the commitment to shaping industrial transformation in the 21st century. “Digital Ecosystems” is dedicated exclusively to creating the technological basis for this upcoming revolution.
Hall 21 | Global Business & Markets
Global Business & Markets is Europe’s leading forum for international trade. This year, over 6,000 decision makers will attend the event to discuss new global market opportunities. The line-up includes high-level conferences, quality advice from expert advisors and a multidisciplinary Investment Lounge – all clustered in a central networking area that will attract business delegations from around the world.
Hall 24 | Young Tech Enterprises
Shaping the future together: Young Tech Enterprises is the global hub for pioneering industrial startups. The event not only offers an excellent platform for presentations, but also serves as a forum for a dialogue that yields new,effective alliances. Then this is the place to find the support needed for new ventures, products and projects. It’s where people with exciting new ideas meet people excited by new ideas.
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