Hannover Messe Digital Edition has kicked-off today (12th April), covering everything from artificial intelligence and robotics to climate protection and hydrogen.
A world-leading tradeshow for industrial technology digitally, this years’ digital event will see more than 1,800 exhibiting companies showcase solutions for the factories and energy systems of the future.
This is the second year running the tradeshow has been cancelled due to Covid-19, with the 2020 event also axed and held digitally due to the pandemic.
“Industrial companies have to implement in a few months what would otherwise have taken years,” says Dr. Jochen Köckler, CEO of Deutsche Messe AG.
“This requires a platform where people can discuss challenges, present solutions and expand networks, which is exactly what the HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition is.”
“With more than 1,800 exhibiting companies, the world’s leading tradeshow for industry remains the central platform for innovations and solutions for industrial transformation – even in times of Corona.”