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Industry 4.0, AI, AM, 5G - what technology gives us a head start in digitalisation? How can the icebergs be circumnavigated in world trade? HANNOVER MESSE 2020 answers the industry's current questions about direction.14 Oct 2019
"We are in a phase of technological change and economic policy challenges. Now is the time to invest courageously in new technologies," says Dr. Jochen Köckler, CEO of Deutsche Messe AG.
HANNOVER MESSE 2020 will cover the future of mechanical and plant engineering in six exhibition areas: Digital Ecosystems will present the software for digital transformation and discuss AI, Machine Learning, Digital Twin and IT Security. Robotics, sensors, digital platforms and 5G play central roles in automation, motion & drives. Logistics gets to the bottom of the smart supply chain. Engineered Parts & Solutions focuses on additive manufacturing, lightweight construction and new materials. In the Future Hub, start-ups and researchers open windows to the industry of tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. Energy Solutions focuses on the efficient, safe and climate-friendly supply of energy to industry, as well as the infrastructure for e-mobility and new mobility concepts.
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At the same time, Global Business & Markets , Europe’s largest foreign trade platform, shines a light on mechanical engineering’s key business markets.
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