Gear up for Hannover Messe
Engineering at 30 Frames: Are you prepared for one of the largest Industrial Technology fairs? Get ready and connected to the fair today.
Hannover Messe 2012 is just over a week away and the world's largest industrial fair promises to continue spreading the wealth of information of technology fields. To get a taste of what 2012 has in store, Hannover Messe has released a series of short videos highlighting the various trade fairs converging on Germany this month.
“greentelligence” will be a recurring theme focusing on boosting sustainability and changing the way we think about industrial technology fields. Many companies are looking to expand their presence at the fair, such as Cisco, so prepare yourself to see more than you have in the past.
This year, Hannover Messe will feature eight trade fairs covering: Industrial Automation, Energy, “MobiliTec”, Industrial Supply, “CoilTechnica”, “IndustrialGreenTec”, “Digital Factory” and Research & Technology. Next year, the fair will continue to expand with focuses on: Motion, Drive & Automation; Wind; Power Plant Technology; ComVac; and Surface Technology.
Be prepared for the fair: Visit the mobile site or download a smartphone app to plan your trip (and take it with you).
Watch last year’s dynamic Opening Ceremony.
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