Mocana execs recently attended Hannover Messe Industrie 2019. They met with current and future partners, made numerous industry contacts, and investigated the latest in technology innovations. As always, cybersecurity was their focus.
Hannover Messe is Europe's leading tradeshow for industrial technology and emphasized:
* artificial intelligence in industry and robotics
* the potential of the new 5G mobile communications standard for industrial applications
* lightweight design innovations
* the future of work in a time of increasing digitalization
More than 215,000 visitors used HANNOVER MESSE to invest in new technologies and prepare their businesses for the future.
Roughly 6,500 exhibitors from around the world presented solutions for the future of manufacturing and energy supply, including more than 500 examples of the deployment of artificial intelligence in industrial manufacturing, 5G applications, and solutions for the energy and mobility transitions. Robotics was also a major draw for visitors. Leading robot manufacturers and robotics startups demonstrated real-world applications for all industry sectors.
Like the representatives from Mocana, nearly 40 percent of the show’s 215,000 attendees came from abroad.
Another critical factor for integrated manufacturing is the ultrafast 5G mobile telecommunications standard, and this year’s HANNOVER MESSE generated some real momentum in this area. Companies in the electrical engineering and electronics sector are eager to use this new mobile communications standard. Together with artificial intelligence, it is going to be an important competitive factor.
The 5G premiere at HANNOVER MESSE also marked the start of Deutsche Messe’s “smart venue” initiative, which over the course of the next several months will turn the Hannover Exhibition Center into the world’s first tradeshow venue with fully operational 5G technology.
In a rich array of HANNOVER MESSE forums and conferences, experts from industry, government and the R&D community stimulated fruitful dialogue on topics such as Industry 4.0, AI and the future of work.
HANNOVER MESSE sets course for bright future
In an age of digital transformation, HANNOVER MESSE is also evolving. Thanks to a strategic retooling, including a rebranding, new thematic approach and new physical layout of the showgrounds. HANNOVER MESSE is preparing to underscore its role as the world’s leading industrial technology showcase.
Featuring seven main display categories, the updated format will set the stage for further growth in the core segments of industry, energy and logistics.