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February 2021

In the midst of unprecedented upheaval, industry faces a crucial question: Which strategies, measures and partnerships ensure competitiveness? HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition – the central platform for innovation, networking and orientation in the age of industrial transformation – provides the answers.
At the HANNOVER MESSE Preview last week, 16 exhibitors presented a first look at some of the highlights that participants can expect at the #HM21 Digital Edition. If you missed the live stream, you can watch the event on-demand here.
This edition of our newsletter provides an overview of the HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition and presents several highlights from the Preview. Block your calendar today for April 12-16!
We look forward to seeing you!

EXPO: Room for Innovations

In the EXPO area, visitors have direct access to extensive product overviews from exhibitors. Best-case applications, video tutorials, live streams, and video chats enable them not only to learn about specific solutions for optimizing their processes, but also to enter into direct exchange with exhibiting companies.

CONFERENCE: Room for inspiration

German Chancellor Angela Merkel will open the HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition on Monday, 12 April 2021, the same day that the conference program begins. Monday focuses on economic policy issues. From Tuesday to Thursday the emphasis is on technological innovations and industry trends. Friday rounds out the program with the WomenPower Career Congress.

NETWORKING: Space for interaction

All HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition attendees can interact directly with exhibitors, speakers and other HANNOVER MESSE visitors. Use our digital networking tools to identify relevant conversation partners by searching for common interests and goals. Participants can contact you as well – as long as you give them permission to do so.
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KUKA’s Mission 2030: Automation for Everyone

Every day, automation finds applications in more and more areas. Which means that in the next decade, more and more people all over the world will work with robots. No wonder then that the automation specialists at KUKA have set an ambitious goal for themselves: provide everyone with easy access to automation.


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Solar ice-making machine for Indonesian small-scale fishermen

High-tech solution from Southern Germany for a German-Indonesian project for rural development and to avoid food waste.


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The Productivity Master, a modular demonstration system for personalised USB memory sticks from Festo, is showing how automation technology will evolve along the value chain when combined with digitalization.

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Jackie Diola – International Trade Fairs Officer
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