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CEBIT Germany 2018 to focus on AI, robotics and augmented reality technologies being developed by leading global research institutes

What sorts of things are the best and brightest at Germany’s universities currently working on? What exciting tech innovations from Germany and beyond can we expect to hit the market in the near future? This summer, the new CEBIT (11–15 June) will preview a range of innovations that are technologically within reach and will soon be a reality, focusing on megatrends like humanoid robotics, artificial intelligence and augmented reality. At nearly three percent of GDP, Germany leads Eu...

Hannover Messe 2018 focuses on Industry 4.0 solutions

HANNOVER MESSE and Industry 4.0 (originally coined in Germany as Industrie 4.0): two names that are inextricably intertwined. True to form as the world's leading trade fair for industrial technology, HANNOVER MESSE got on board very early with the opportunities of Industry 4.0, and in the process became the global hotspot for the digital transformation of industry. This year, with ‘Integrated Industry – Connect & Collaborate’ as its lead theme, HANNOVER MESSE, is taking its...

CeBIT 2017 announces expansion of drones showcase with Unmanned Systems & Solutions event

In the Unmanned Systems & Solutions section of CeBIT, BUVUS will be discussing the latest legislative issues Drones can be used to locate earthquake victims, fight fire, save lives, assess the extent of agricultural damage, and take forest inventories. Almost every day new applications arise for them. But it is not just a matter of drones; in the future, unmanned systems will be changing the nature of transport on land and sea. Huge business potential CeBIT is greatly ex...