Hannover. Exhibitors at HANNOVER MESSE 2022, which runs 30 May–2 June, present solutions to the global challenges of climate change. How do they develop such products? By combining digitalization, artificial intelligence, automation, and sustainable energy concepts.
Numerous exhibiting companies participate in the Call for Papers to present their concepts, technologies and best practices to a global audience.
The 2022 conference program features three platforms at the exhibition center: the Industry 4.0 Stage in Hall 8, the Energy 4.0 Stage in Hall 12 and the Tech Transfer Stage in Hall 2. All stages livestream their daily program. The deadline for submissions is 23 March 2022.
The Industry 4.0 stage in Hall 8 covers topics such as automation and sensor technology, cloud and infrastructure, data analysis and management, digital platforms, robotics, IT security, artificial intelligence, and machine learning as well as the role the circular economy plays in reducing CO2 emissions. The Industry 4.0 Forum was a highlight at HANNOVER MESSE in the past, attracting roughly 7,000 visitors every year.
At the Energy 4.0 Stage in Hall 12, experts from the energy industry discuss the latest trends and solutions for an energy-intelligent future. Topics range from the expansion of renewable energies and storage capacities, energy-efficient and CO2-neutral production, digital energy management and energy monitoring, and sustainable mobility to electrification, sector coupling, circular economy, resource efficiency, green hydrogen, building automation, smart metering, and smart grids.
The Tech Transfer stage in Hall 2 is where scientists and researchers present their latest projects in applied industrial research. The program brings together science, business and politics to focus on knowledge exchange, technology transfer and finding solutions to pending challenges in industry.