The big challenges facing the world today — such as climate change, energy shortages and disrupted supply chains — all have one thing in common: they demand innovative, high-tech solutions. At Hanover Fair, the world’s leading trade show for industrial technology, leading companies from the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, energy, and software and IT sectors demonstrate an industrial ecosystem that enables changes in the way we manufacture, collaborate and do business.
“With the lead theme ‘Industrial Transformation — Making the Difference,’ Hanover Fair 2023 shows the difference that exhibiting companies can make, which changes they can carry out and which innovations they develop on the road to a climate-neutral industry,” said Dr. Jochen Köckler, Chairman of the Managing Board, Deutsche Messe AG. “This is a call to action for corporations, SMEs and startups as well as science, politics and society. They must work together to secure our industrial production, prosperity and future as well as to protect our environment — Hanover Fair shows the way to a climate-neutral industry.”
Hanover Fair 2023 will host more than 4,000 exhibiting companies from all over the world, including global enterprises such as Autodesk, Bosch, Capgemini, Dassault Systemes, Microsoft, NOKIA, Salzgitter, ServiceNow, Schneider Electric, and Siemens — as well as leading SMEs like Aerzener Maschinenfabrik, Beckhoff, Block Transformatoren, Boge, GP Joule, Festo, Formlabs, gbo Datacomp, GFOS, Harting, ifm, Kaeser, LAPP, Pepperl+Fuchs, Phoenix Contact, Rittal, SEW, Wago, WIBU, and Ziehl-Abegg. Well-known research institutes such as Fraunhofer and Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) sketch industrial solutions for the future and more than 300 startups from various technology fields show innovations with disruptive potential.
Hanover Fair 2023 will feature seven display sectors: Automation, Motion & Drives, Digital Ecosystems, Energy Solutions, Engineered Parts & Solutions, Future Hub, Compressed Air & Vacuum, and Global Business & Markets. Exhibitor show solutions in areas such as CO2-neutral production, Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, IT security, Logistics 4.0, circular economy, and hydrogen and fuel cells.
Whether digitalizing complex production processes, using hydrogen to operate entire production facilities or employing software to analyze and reduce the C02 footprint, exhibitors at Hanover Fair provide a complete picture of the technological possibilities for the industry of today and tomorrow.
Indonesia, the largest economic power in the ASEAN region, will be the official Partner Country at the show. With the motto “Making Indonesia 4.0,” Indonesia aims to be one of the 10 largest economies in the world by 2030. Renewable energies are expected to account for roughly 52% of total electricity generation by then, whereby hydropower will make up just under one half and photovoltaics about one quarter. At Hanover Fair, Indonesia presents itself as a reliable partner for companies around the globe.
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