EMO Hannover is the world’s leading trade fair for production technology.
At EMO Hannover the following joint stands are available: Open Space Cobot Solutions Area, Future of Connectivity Area, Additive Manufacturing Area, Future of Sustainability in Production Area. Your benefits in a nutshell:
The Future of Connectivity Area focuses on the networking of production processes. This is where the relevant decision-makers from international companies will find out about innovative data-based connectivity: new applications, automation processes, smart production, Industry 4.0, machine learning, predictive maintenance, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – and much more.
The Additive Manufacturing Area is well established at EMO Hannover. It is the place to go for all trade visitors who are interested in the latest developments in additive manufacturing processes at the world’s leading trade show for production technology. Here, companies showcase innovative concepts: direct and indirect 3D printing technologies, materials, rapid product development (RPD). In addition, they provide answers to the question of how additive manufacturing can be integrated into the production process.
The Open Space Cobot Solutions Area is the thematic section dedicated to collaborative robots, their applications and possible uses. Here, companies present automation solutions through cobots and their innovative applications to the international trade audience: grippers, image processing, measuring systems, software, industrial electronics, feeding systems – and much more.
Energy-efficient and sustainable production processes: the Future of Sustainability in Production Area is the ideal place to go to experience cutting-edge solutions for tomorrow’s green production. Here, exhibitors provide information on trends in energy efficiency, the integration of renewable energies, recycling management and life cycle concepts – a highlight of the world’s leading trade fair for production technology, not only with a view to climate protection and lowering production costs in times of persistent energy and raw material shortages.