Direct contact with users at the world’s leading industrial show. Visitors see how subsystems connect and communicate. High concentration of market leaders. Five trade fair days with countless business opportunities: all the key players are at HANNOVER MESSE at the same time and with the same interest. In addition a number of special formats and forums ensure that your company and its products occupy centre stage.
Predictive maintenance (PdM) is an industrial Internet of Things technology that is steadily growing in importance as a driver of value in modern manufacturing. The Internet of Things is about interconnectedness – the digital integration of machines, products, components and up- and downstream systems.
With predictive maintenance, sensors tap into this interconnectedness to continuously capture in-service machinery condition data and combine it with data from other systems, such as ERP and CRM software. In this way, predictive maintenance detects the early warning signs of outages and triggers the necessary preventive measures.
The benefits of predictive maintenance are twofold. First, it enables factory operators to detect and fix problems before they lead to costly production outages. And second, it does this on a just-in-time basis. By intelligently monitoring and analyzing machine condition data, it predicts the optimal time for intervention so that maintenance is performed only when necessary. It is therefore a cost-saving improvement on conventional maintenance strategies, not to mention a pivotal part of the Industry 4.0 landscape.
The key to achieving an effective PdM solution lies in selecting the right hardware and software, generating, collecting and analyzing the correct data, and, of course, getting the right expert advice and support.
Has your company already implemented a predictive maintenance system? If so, then perhaps you would like to exhibit at the Predictive Maintenance Area?
The reliable operation of digitally connected production systems/services is one of the central challenges facing industry. The 4th Industrial Revolution ("Industrie 4.0") will be impossible without the effective protection of data and know-how within the framework of cross-enterprise production and communication processes.
As a participant at the Industrial Security Joint Pavilion, you will present your services and solutions for integrating security into industrial products and systems. This is the central information hub for users and product development experts in mechanical and plant engineering, as well as industrial automation, who are keen to improve industrial security and integrated security protection for their industrial products.
Hall 17 | Joint Stand
Industrial transformation is significantly shaped by logistics and, of course, by IT solutions for logistics. With the turn-key offer in the IT Pavilion, you can present your expertise in the right environment at HANNOVER MESSE. The joint stand is located in the Digital Ecosystems exhibition area in Hall 17 and is thus the focus of the world's largest industrial trade show.
Joint Stand | Hall 16, Stand G18
The new joint stand "Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality" offers you as an exhibitor excellent opportunities to present your latest products and solutions to visitors of HANNOVER MESSE. Visitors to HANNOVER MESSE can gain an insight into the latest VR/AR products, solutions, trends and developments.
Forums & Events
Hall 8 | Expert Forum + Special Display
In Hall 8 you will benefit from the strong visitor flows and interdisciplinary communication generated by this leading automation show.
International experts will present Industrie 4.0 technologies and service offerings. Daily panel discussions give business, industry, science and politics the opportunity to exchange ideas. With new software solutions for design and manufacturing processes, the special exhibition area ideally complements the classic topics of Automation, Motion & Drives.
An exhibition stand in the display category Industrie 4.0 – IIoT – Industrial IT offers an ideal opportunity to establish contact with potential business partners, customers and suppliers in all segments of the industrial value chain.
Thursday, 16 July 2020, Convention Center (CC)
MES and IIoT - Together on the Road to the Digital Enterprise
Manufacturing Execution Systems bring the necessary transparency and flexibility to production, enabling companies to compete globally. At the 12th International MES Conference at HANNOVER MESSE 2020, innovators and their digital projects will highlighted under the motto of “MES and IIoT – Together on the Road to the Digital Enterprise”. Producers will also report on how they are achieving the maximum benefits from the interplay of MES and IIoT. In a panel discussion, representatives from industry, academia and the IT community will discuss how algorithms and artificial intelligence are poised to revolutionize state-of-the-art MES. Will AI and related advances soon take over the production control process? And if so, will people need to be in the factory at all? Attendees at the 12th International MES Conference will find out the answers to these and other questions.
As a partner of the International MES Conference, you’ll increase awareness of your company with a participation package, allowing you to precisely position yourself within an attractive target group of decision-makers from Germany and around the world.
Call for Papers – Deadline: 13th December
As part of the "Call for Papers" of the 12th MES Conference, you have the opportunity to submit a presentation. We ask for your understanding that only presentations by user companies from process industries or discrete manufacturing can be considered. Please note that commercially-oriented presentations will not be considered.
Wednesday, 15 July2020
Industry 4.0 – The Challenge for SMEs
What is Artificial Intelligence and how can I use it sensibly in my company? What added value does it contribute to my operations? These questions are a major preoccupation for Japanese and German small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The potential increase in efficiency and the potential cost savings due to automation and process digitization must be contrasted with the initially high investment costs. Data security issues are also a factor.
At the 14th German-Japanese Business Forum, Japanese and German experts will show how SMEs can take advantage of AI-based solutions profitably, for example in logistics, quality testing, production, customer service and product innovation.
The forum is organized by Deutsche Messe in cooperation with ECOS Consult and the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Japan.
As a partner of the German-Japanese Business Forum, you’ll increase awareness of your company with a participation package, allowing you to precisely position yourself within an attractive target group of decision-makers from Germany and Japan.
Secure the attention of the international audience with your own presentation.
We will be happy to advise you in all questions concerning your participation
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