HANNOVER MESSE – is the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. All key technologies: industrial automation, IT, industrial supply, production technologies and services, energy and mobility technologies – all this can be found at the exhibition.
The main slogan of the exhibition: “This is the place where the industry of tomorrow is born!”
This year, SmartEAM had the opportunity not only to attend the event, but also to present its solutions at the stand.
For the SmartEAM team this is a new challenge, an exceptionally rewarding experience, an opportunity to mark the latest trends in the field of automation of equipment maintenance and to start developing technologies that will be in demand in the coming years.
The exhibition was visited by more than 210 thousand specialists. HANNOVER MESSE has once again confirmed that the basis for a global transition to Industry 4.0 has already been created. The expansion of computer networks, new forms of cooperation between man and machine, as well as the growing integration of artificial intelligence into production processes are key areas of technology development presented in Hanover.
Here are the trends we have followed:
We have clearly developed for ourselves the following slogan “To introduce innovations today – to be competitive tomorrow.”
See photos from the exhibition:
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