Guided Tours to the Trade Fair Highlights
In 2024, the popular HANNOVER MESSE Guided Tours will be held again. You have the opportunity to be there on site.
Take advantage of the HANNOVER MESSE Guided Tours to get a sorted, compact and balanced overview and thus get specifically to the topics that really interest you.
Are you an exhibitor and would like to take part in the Guided Tours? With the HANNOVER MESSE Guided Tours package, you can present your products effectively and bring them to life for your target group.
The Tour Themes at a Glance
Data rooms, management shells, artificial intelligence and multi-agent systems enable dynamic supply chains that dissolve previous production architectures. Industry 4.0 is a reality in many places; the 4th Industrial Revolution is in full swing. The manufacturing networks of the future are highly flexible and can reconfigure themselves for each product. This offers completely new options for companies: Resilience and technology openness. Thanks to intelligent matching platforms and secure data spaces, even competitors can collaborate.
This tour gives an impression of where manufacturing is heading, what professionals need to know and how sustainability can be thought through from the start.
A scientific expert who knows the shop floor will show you the key technologies that can become tomorrow's game changers. Companies will be visited that are driving the 4th Industrial Revolution forward with their technological contributions and manufacture individual products, sustainably, efficiently and in a resource-saving way.
Today, digital twins exist in the most diverse forms for the most diverse applications. A major challenge of today's solutions is scaling across system or company boundaries.
The Asset Administration Shell (AAS for short) offers the solution here; it is the foundation for the digital twin in Industry 4.0. The AAS is a manufacturer-independent and industry-neutral, internationally standardised standard for the provision of information. It allows data of an industrial asset to be made available quickly and easily over the entire life cycle for all participants along the value chain in an interoperable manner. This tour shows, among other things, a functional value case in which an originally purely passive component is equipped with active additional functions. Access to the product, engineering and operational data is tailored to the needs of the various participants in the value creation networks. Another case shows how the carbon footprint of a control cabinet can be recorded in a standardised way across the supply chain using AAS. You can experience these and other interesting use cases on the Digital Twin Tour.
The guided tours on the topic of hydrogen and fuel cells give participants an insight into the possibility of implementing hydrogen use in the entire value chain of a company or entire infrastructure. This applies in particular to the topics of independent energy supply and the replacement of fossil drive technology and energy technology with hydrogen solutions.
You will get an impression of how you can make your company independent with the help of hydrogen. Explicitly exhibiting companies will be visited that offer holistic solutions for the conversion of current fossil carriers and provide information with regard to reconversion.
The use of hydrogen as a motive power brings various possibilities of integration for many companies. The companies visited on the tour are leaders in offering hydrogen-powered vehicles (trucks, forklifts, etc.), but also offer solutions and ideas for sustainable fleet management.
The tour is rounded off by the topic of replacing fossil energy technology which, for example, in the manufacturing industry. Particularly exciting here is the look at replacing coal or natural gas with hydrogen in steel production, glass production or ammonia production.
Renewable energies and mobility are closely linked. Solar energy, wind energy, biomass and hydropower are used as alternative energy sources to reduce the need for fossil fuels. Renewable energies play a crucial role in electro mobility in particular. If the electricity comes from renewable energy sources, electro mobility helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduces dependence on fossil fuels. In addition, renewable energies can also be used in combination with hydrogen technologies to produce green hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles. More and more logistics companies and corporations are converting to hydrogen mobility for trucks and ship transports. The German railway wants to run only on green electricity from 2038. Synthetic fuels from renewable energies can be used in conventional combustion engines and thus contribute to the decarbonisation of the transport sector. However, the switch to low-emission energy supply and mobility concepts and their operation also pose challenges for industry, commerce and utilities. Not least in the areas of storage and infrastructure.
Industrial 5G is critical for smart factories, enabling ultra-fast, low-latency communications between machines and systems. This is revolutionising manufacturing, improving automation, real-time data analytics and remote monitoring, and increasing efficiency, productivity and flexibility.
Exhibitors on this tour will present the status quo and growth opportunities of private 5G network ecosystems and display exciting 5G use cases to demonstrate the wide range of possible applications within industry. The tour also looks at 6G campus networks and shows what they can do in the future, what use cases are possible and how the migration from 5G to 6G campus networks is happening.
How are the necessary digital transformation processes in companies implemented with the help of software? This guided tour is intended to show SMEs new perspectives and potentials for ERP, CRM and DMS systems. This tour is a point of orientation for the selection process and the introduction of these systems.
On our Guided Tour, you will experience how AI is entering different areas of our lives and society and how this revolutionary technology is shaping the future. Learn how AI applications can improve our daily (working) lives and help us overcome complex challenges. You will see amazing examples of how AI is used in industry and production to optimise processes, automate production flows and increase quality. Observe how humans and machines will act in collaboration in the future, working more efficiently and safely. Discover the fascinating world of image recognition and machine vision, where AI algorithms can analyse images and recognise patterns to revolutionise quality control and inspection.
Experience how AI-driven software solutions and digital control systems can increase the efficiency and performance of companies and manage complex processes. Finally yet importantly, discover the powerful connection between AI and sustainability, where innovative technologies point the way to a more environmentally friendly and resource-saving future. Our guided visitor tour offers you an inspiring journey through the fascinating world of artificial intelligence. Join us on this exciting journey of discovery and learn first-hand how AI is changing our world and what potential it holds for the future!
Quantum technologies will become more relevant in the short to medium term in industrial application fields such as AI, logistics, cybersecurity or robotics, to name just a few examples. Therefore, this tour will be dedicated to this trendy topic. Whether quantum computers, communication, simulators or sensors, these diverse technologies focus on the development of breakthrough innovations that initiate changes in entire industries. "Faster, more precise and simpler", quantum applications can, for example, contribute to the much better coordination and optimisation of manufacturing processes, the development of more precise measuring devices and significantly more powerful computers, or enable greatly increased security in data communication.
Our Guided Tour on the topic of "Industrial Applications in Quantum Technology" will focus on practical application examples in industry. Quantum technology will be brought to life at selected exhibition stands. Here, interested visitors will learn how scientific research findings can be successfully transferred into industrial applications.
The concept of the All Electric Society (AES) is a holistic system that makes climate neutrality possible with the help of electrification and digitalization. Not only direct electrification of technologies and processes, but also sector coupling and intelligent storage technologies such as hydrogen and other power-to-X technologies play an important role. This makes the All Electric Society the energy efficiency scenario of a climate-neutral industrial society.
The All Electric Society Guided Tour starts in the ZVEI's AES Arena and then presents participating companies in the arena that are making a positive contribution to the All Electric Society with their technologies and solutions.
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