On 1 and 2 December 2020, CMM (Connected portable Machines and Mobility) will discuss machine communications and their efficiency as well as augmented reality among other
things at the Convention Center on the Hannover Exhibition Grounds.The global gathering/presentation will convey data on the sort of parts and communication frameworks expected to create mobile machines and vehicles.
CMM 2020 is the successor event to the 5G CMM Expo, which happened in October 2019. In the range of 100 introductions, panels, meetings and pitches, and exhibition segment, CMM will talk about and present the advances that make mobile machines and vehicles smart as well as self-sufficient. The focal point will be on wirelessly connecting them, and incorporating them into stationary infrastructures. Subject matters comprise of automation, production control, security, artificial intelligence, 5G, video surveillance and embedded systems.
For Deutsche Messe, the coordinator of CMM, the subject of connected mobility assumes a distinguished job. The Hannover-based company is as of now building one of the world’s greatest private 5G frameworks, in this way building up its 100-hectare presentation site (1 million square meters) into an exceptionally innovative multifunctional area that will be accessible 365 days every year as a test site for 5G continuous use cases.
CMM is focused on specialized and corporate chiefs, designers, and scientists from different areas of industry – car, aviation, automotive, aerospace, shipping and logistics, through mechanical engineering and the construction of mobile systems to agriculture, health care, retailing and utilities.
To know more about Connected mobile Machines & Mobility, visit www.cmm-expo.com or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at email@example.com.
Many places around the globe depend on decarbonisation, alternative drives and an intelligent and efficient allocation of urban space. On August 27 and 28, more than 40 global specialists will reveal insight into all encompassing ways to deal with arrangements on needed traffic turnaround in urban areas.
For the first day of the digital event, there will be various programs and panels on topics such as mobility of the future, micro-mobility and climate protection, commuter traffic, and opportunities and challenges for an urban Europe.
On the second day, speakers will summarize the topics discussed on the first day with the focal point being the mobility of the future. Other panelists will also discuss opportunities and challenges in the fields of urban-rural, green logistics and robotics, developments in mobility planning & transport infrastructure and urban mobility concepts & neighbourhood development, as well as traffic and driving safety and insurance.
The online discussion offers specialists and interested individual the chance to get answers concerning advancements, new mobility ideas and potential arrangements in spite of the pandemic. You can sign in site page or through the website or the application on your cell phone and simply join the live conversations with no payments.
To know more, visit www.micromobilityexpo.de or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because of the uncertain circumstances around the Covid-19 pandemic, the 20th edition of REAS powered by INTERSCHUTZ is rescheduled to the following year. The trade fair for rescue, fire fighting, disaster relief, and security in Montichiari, Italy, won’t be held in October 2020 as initially arranged, but will push through on October 8-10, 2021.
According to Interschutz News, the postponement was due to the impacts of the coronavirus that made it difficult to arrange the event, and that the participants of the said event are amongst those who are needed in numerous places due to the pandemic.
The coordinators of the trade fair – Centro Fiera Montichiari and INTERSCHUTZ and host Deutsche Messe AG – are preparing to offer interactive meetings and training courses utilizing online platforms as a substitute on October 2, 3 and 4, 2020.
To know more, visit www. interschutz.de or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at email@example.com
Katharina Siebert has been assigned as the new spokeswoman of LIGNA. She will be in charge of international communications for the world’s most influential trade fair for tools, machinery and equipment for carpentry and wood processing industries and will take over Gabriele Dörries. In the time to come, Dörries will manage the press work for IT events such as TWENTY2X, TECHTIDE and CMM.
Siebert has been working for Deutsche Messe as a press official since 2005. She was in charge of the press relations for different driving exchange fairs including CEBIT, BIOTECHNICA (LABVOLUTION) and DOMOTEX. As of late, she dealt with the worldwide correspondence of the new trade fairs micromobility exhibition and HALAL HANNOVER.
To know more, visit www.ligna.de or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at firstname.lastname@example.org
DOMOTEX, the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings, which will be held in Hannover from January 15 to 18, 2021, is designed to give a further boost to business and offer the industry the best chances for a successful restart.
In a brief interview, Sonia Wedell-Castellano, Global Director of DOMOTEX, provides answers about the current registration status and explains what exhibitors and visitors have to be prepared for, based on the comprehensive protection concept.
To know more, visit www.domotex.de or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at email@example.com.
DOMOTEX, the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings, will run from 15 to 18 January 2021 in Hannover, Germany.
The new keynote theme for DOMOTEX 2021, COVER NEW GROUND, zeroes in on three dimensions that permeate the latest trends: Balanced Living. Sustainable Living. More than Floor. It is intended to motivate people to go beyond previous strategies, visions and experiences in flooring design and application.
To know more, visit www. domotex.de or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEFE powered by INTERSCHUTZ will not be able to take place in Shanghai in December 2020 as planned. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the trade fair for fire brigades, rescue services, civil protection and safety/security has to be postponed by one year.
To know more, visit www.interschutz.com or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at email@example.com.
SurfaceTechnology GERMANY and p2c announces cancellation of Stuttgart fairs on October 2020. The next date is 21st-23rd June 2022 for SurfaceTechnology GERMANY and 5th-7th October 2021 for p2c.
The media, as well as all exhibitors, visitors and companies interested in both fairs will be informed shortly. An FAQ section on the most pressing queries will be released on their website.
In numerous discussions over the last few weeks the situation had become increasingly transparent: Due to the economic crisis, in which some companies are simply struggling to survive, other topics are prioritized at present over a trade fair participation. The question of health and infection protection also continues to be of central importance. Whether for business or private reasons – a large part of the population reduces travel activities and contacts to the bare essentials. Travelling, particularly on an international level, is difficult. Add to this hygiene concepts and political guidelines for trade fairs, which would have considerably clouded the traditional appearance of the event.
A visitor survey conducted last week was the final reason for the cancellation. According to this survey, 65% percent of the usual visitors to SurfaceTechnology GERMANY have already ruled out a visit or at least expressed doubts about a visit.
To know more, visit www.messe.de or contact Ms. Jillian Sitchon of ECCP at firstname.lastname@example.org