Robots – elegant movement, amazing speed, great power and high precision have been the delight of visitors to Hannover industrial exposition for many years. Industrial production has always been the product of the interaction between man and machine, but the relationship between things has never been as close as it is today. Cooperative robots continue to develop at an unstoppable pace, and even artificial intelligence has made substantial progress in the field of robots. From April 1 to 5, Hannover industrial exposition will show the latest products on the market.

In addition to many other topics covered, Hannover Industrial Fair is also a robotics show. While visiting many exhibition halls, professional visitors will have the opportunity to see robots from almost all market leaders. Whether it is industrial robot, cooperative robot or driverless traffic system, it is the symbol of automatic production. “We look forward to demonstrating strong robotics in Hanover,” said Hubertus von monschaw, global director of integrated automation and power transmission (iamd), “several of our companies have re established their market positions and expanded their booths. The most important topics will include cooperative robots and artificial intelligence in robotics. When advanced robotics is combined with learning systems, the results are very exciting. “

In recent years, hall 17 of Hannover industrial exposition has developed into a hot spot of robot research and an important network center of the industry. Among the enterprises participating in the exhibition in April were fanco, Yaskawa electric, stouber, youao robot, Franka emika, Japan electric equipment, Yamaha, Mitsubishi, Kawasaki and abb. Hall 17 will set up an application Park again, with 17 companies demonstrating their innovations in robotics, automation, image processing, services and software solutions, as well as driverless transportation systems in the “mobile field.”.

Robots, mobile robots and human-computer cooperation are also the core topics of the forum, and the venue is still hall 14. In a series of 20 minute keynote speeches, industry experts will introduce the latest developments in robotics, modularization and electrical automation, frequency converters and motors, drive technology, industrial it, industrial image processing and recognition systems.

Hannover Industrial Expo will cooperate with the Institute of technology to hold the 9th robot Grand Prix. This award is awarded to German and foreign companies and institutions that are qualified to compete with any product, project or technological innovation that makes innovative contributions to robot supported solutions in the field of industrial automation, mobile robots or autonomous systems. Winners will receive a communication package worth 10000 euros. The robot award ceremony will be held on April 2 at the automation forum of hall 14.

Hannover industrial exposition is the world’s leading industrial technology trade fair. With the theme of “industrial integration industrial intelligence”, the exhibition will fully demonstrate the digital transformation of production system and energy system. Hannover Industrial Expo will display six parallel exhibitions: integrated automation and power transmission, digital factory, energy, industrial components, air pressure and vacuum technology, and research and technology, as well as a special exhibition area for start-up companies and career development. More than 90 meetings and forums were held at the same time. The next Hannover industrial exposition will be held in Hanover, Germany from April 1 to 5, 2019, with the partner country of Sweden.

Hannover industrial exposition has become a hot spot of robot research and an important network center of the industry

Hannover Industrial Expo puts industrial safety first

There are many things companies can do to avoid the risks of internal and external hackers. Industrial security was an integral part of the fourth industrial revolution from the beginning, including secure external interfaces, effective encryption, reasonable access management, and continuous monitoring / recording of hacker attacks. Hannover Industrial Expo 2019 will again hold a special exhibition focusing on industrial safety (Hall 6).

There is still a big gap between digitization and data security. With the advent of industry 4.0, it’s time to reassess priorities. “Digital cannot do without security,” says Hubertus von monschaw, global director of digital factories at Hannover industrial fair. “The development of digitization goes beyond data security. The interconnected production systems and underlying it infrastructure must be protected. ” The guidelines recently issued by the German Federation of Engineering (VDMA) also reflect this view: in order to make the equipment and machinery operate safely throughout the life cycle, it is not enough to add some safety functions only after the equipment is put into use. Instead, equipment and machinery manufacturers must pay close attention to safety issues during the product development phase.

The industrial safety exhibition area of hall 6 is the central venue for suppliers and users in the field of equipment / mechanical engineering and industrial automation. “Innovative industrial security solutions will make their debut at the Hannover industrial exposition,” von monschaw stressed. “It’s a must see show for those who want to expand their knowledge of industrial safety and protect their own production infrastructure.”

Closer integration of machines, products and processes can generate large amounts of data and lay the foundation for new digital business models. However, all these are based on the premise of secure data exchange and processing. “In order to further integrate the industry and take advantage of the opportunities brought about by digitization, we need to provide complete solutions for every connected sensor, actuator, equipment and machine,” Oliver, managing director, WIBU Systems AG Winzenried stressed: “industrial security demands higher availability and real-time functionality than it applications in the office. Open international standards (such as OPC UA via TSN) are essential to ensure the global deployment and interoperability of products. This is particularly important for small and medium-sized manufacturers. Staff training and equipment with a ‘default safety’ function play an important role in industrial safety. “

The speed of safety system fault detection is an important factor. “Real time connectivity of devices, systems and machines to the industrial cloud platform requires two-way reliable data from and sent to the OT (operating technology) environment,” said Andrey Suvorov, head of business development for future technology critical infrastructure protection at Kaspersky laboratories. Kaspersky Lab and aprotech joint team will demonstrate the first mindapp equipped with security design architecture and vulnerability monitoring on a large Internet of things infrastructure. With the above equipment, the large-scale Internet of things infrastructure can show the existing network vulnerabilities in real time. “

Blockchain technology is another important issue affecting industrial security – the most important is data integrity and equipment ownership. “At the beginning and throughout the life cycle of a product, blockchain provides periodic reference data records that can be monitored periodically or when suspicious activity occurs.” BJ ó RN obermeier, head of blockchain in Germany, Austria and Switzerland at Accenture, explains, “blockchain technology is decentralized, less vulnerable, and ensures that devices and their owners remain digital identities. Therefore, it is more secure and does not involve ‘ownership / authorship’ disputes and events. Blockchain is and will be very suitable for workplace applications. “

Hannover Industrial Expo industrial safety exhibition will hold industrial safety forum at the same time. At that time, industry experts will introduce visitors to a wide range of topics – for example, design security, legal issues related to it security, authentication and approval, digitization, virtualization and cloud computing, 5g technology, blockchain / distributed ledger technology, and cyber attacks. The focus will be on new solutions and best practice examples from users.

Hannover industrial exposition is the world’s leading industrial technology trade fair. With the theme of “industrial integration industrial intelligence”, the exhibition will fully demonstrate the digital transformation of production system and energy system. Hannover Industrial Expo will display six parallel exhibitions: integrated automation and power transmission, digital factory, energy, industrial components, air pressure and vacuum technology, and research and technology, as well as a special exhibition area for start-up companies and career development. More than 90 meetings and forums were held at the same time. The next Hannover industrial exposition will be held in Hanover, Germany from April 1 to 5, 2019, with the partner country of Sweden.

Hannover industrial exposition has become a hot spot of robot research and an important network center of the industry

Focus on industrial intelligence — from component to system solution

With the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, the Internet industry is in the process of rapid and thorough transformation. The Hannover Industrial Expo 2019, with the theme of “industrial intelligence”, will focus on this trend, while focusing on the role of human beings, the decisive creative creators of future factories.

Hannover industrial exposition is booming: from April 1 to 5, 6500 companies from 75 countries are expected to participate in the world’s leading industrial technology trade fair. Global enterprises, SMEs and start-ups will demonstrate their components and system solutions for future industrial production and energy systems. All leading suppliers of automation, robotics, industrial software, drive systems and fluid power technology, energy technology, subcontracting and R & D will participate in the exhibition.

“Hannover Industrial Fair is the only platform in the world to highlight how mechanical and electrical engineering components and systems can be integrated with software and IT companies’ digital technologies,” said Dr. Jochen K ü ckler, chairman of the board of directors of Hannover exhibitions in Germany. “It is only here that visitors from the production and energy industries can fully understand the future of industry.”

More than 100 user instances of machine learning

“Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize industry,” says K ü ckler. “In the future, as manufacturing processes become more flexible and cost-effective, AI technology will be used to control interconnected production equipment, continuously improve systems, and continuously improve quality standards.”

Industrial enterprises are increasingly using innovative digital technologies to identify areas with potential for optimization through data analysis, upgrade existing products by adding new digital services, or launch new business models in the market.

Machine learning and artificial intelligence play a key role by linking data from different sources, predicting errors, and solving problems. As K ü ckler put it, “there will be more than 100 concrete examples of machine learning applications at Hannover Industrial Fair – you won’t find anywhere else in the world.”

5g industrial application

From 2020, the new 5g mobile communication standard will lay the foundation for the comprehensive digitalization of German economy and society. Machine learning and other cutting-edge technologies can be used in production and autonomous driving at any time. As kockler said, “5g will enable industry to realize the full potential of industry 4.0.”

Here, Hannover industrial exposition will also show you the future development trend. The first 5g test site will be set up in hall 16. “5g booth” will show the industry development potential of the fifth generation mobile communication with network equipment provider Nokia.

The future of work

The theme of “industrial intelligence” means not only intelligent technology, but also the digital network formed by human and machine interwoven in the era of artificial intelligence.

“When we talk about the advantages of AI, it doesn’t mean we can’t have human intelligence – on the contrary,” says K ü ckler, “responsibility, creativity and leadership – with these qualities, humans will continue to play the most important role in the industry of the future.”

Therefore, cooperation between human and machine will be one of the themes of Hannover industrial exposition 2019. The new “future of industrial work” conference will make a significant contribution to this. On April 3, about 300 experts, thought leaders and industry leaders will gather to discuss the impact of digitization on labor skills and organizations. Participants included philosopher and writer Richard David Precht, Siemens chief human resources officer Janina Kugel, and Ralf neuh è user, the “human robot.”.

Energy infrastructure and lightweight design for future mobility

Mobility is the cornerstone of our industrial society. It shapes our lives and is the mainstream of our times. The car remains at the heart of personal mobility. In this regard, Hannover industrial exposition has also played a decisive role: the energy infrastructure of electric vehicles plays a key role in this world’s leading trade show. The solutions provided by exhibitors create the necessary conditions for the success of mobility development.

Lightweight design will continue to be another focus of Hannover Expo 2019, and it will also play an important role in the trend of electric drive. Other industries have also found the potential for lightweight design, which is not just about saving in weight, material consumption and cost. On the contrary, it can effectively optimize products or components in terms of elasticity, efficiency, design and resource consumption. One highlight in this context is the first lightweight design summit hosted by the federal government’s Federal Department of economy and energy on April 2 during the Hannover industrial fair.

Industrial pioneer Summit

Looking into the future, there will also be a question of what will happen after industry 4.0. Experts in the fields of digitization, artificial intelligence, human-computer collaboration and platform economics will discuss these issues at the first industrial pioneer summit. The summit will also attract more than 500 participants at the show on Tuesday. The goal of the summit is to develop a vision for 2025.

Sweden is the official partner of Hannover Industrial Fair 2019, which also represents progress and innovation. Sweden will show its image as a driver of the digital transformation of industry without artificial intelligence, which is unthinkable at the moment.

Hannover industrial exposition is the world’s leading industrial technology trade fair. With the theme of “industrial integration industrial intelligence”, the exhibition will fully demonstrate the digital transformation of production system and energy system. Hannover Industrial Expo will display six parallel exhibitions: integrated automation and power transmission, digital factory, energy, industrial components, air pressure and vacuum technology, and research and technology, as well as a special exhibition area for start-up companies and career development. More than 90 meetings and forums were held at the same time. The next Hannover industrial exposition will be held in Hanover, Germany from April 1 to 5, 2019, with the partner country of Sweden.

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