traduzioni e interpretariato per tutte le lingue mondiali, ovunque

The Professional Trade Show Resource
trade fairs| suppliers | Weekly | GMF | PRISMA | news | store

media kit | contact us | about us | useful links | privacy

total number of registered users: 153295

type of access: guest | log in | register

monthly credits:
dayly credits:


propose us your news

HANNOVER MESSE 2020 (April 20-24): Keen interest in artificial intelligence. Industry 4.0 Forum 2020 – call for papers now open

Attending HANNOVER MESSE means being face-to-face with the future of industry. The world’s leading trade show for industrial technology gives attendees a reliable roadmap to tomorrow’s connected, automated and globally oriented industrial landscape, and the show’s forums play a major role in this, as does the Industry 4.0 Forum. The attendance figures say it all: Artificial intelligence is definitely a hot topic for today’s industrial decision-makers and business leaders

GMF news - World Trade Fair Guide. Turin, November29, 2019 – Every seat was quickly taken – with standing room only – but that didn’t keep more and more people from following the discourse from the aisles. Whenever AI is the topic, the Industry 4.0 Forum draws in the crowds, and next year will surely be no exception. "At HANNOVER MESSE, Industry 4.0 is stepping up and taking its rightful place on center stage," commented Arno Reich, the Senior Vice President at Deutsche Messe in charge of the forum. "Once a sideline topic, digital transformation has quickly risen to become a megatrend, and the Industry 4.0 Forum has been instrumental in the process. The global industrial sector turns to HANNOVER MESSE and its supporting forums and conferences as a prime source of orientation and inspiration in times of technological transformation. The lead theme chosen for HANNOVER MESSE 2020 – ‘Industrial Transformation’ – is therefore the perfect choice."

The call for papers for the next edition of the Industry 4.0 Forum is now open, and industrial experts and R&D specialists are welcome to submit their proposals. The 2019 edition attracted more than 7,500 attendees, well up on the already well-attended 2018 forum. The hot topics in 2019 were artificial intelligence and machine learning. Dr. Martin Ruskowski, head of the Innovative Factory Systems research unit at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), drew the largest audience at the forum with his paper entitled "From Industry 4.0 to Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing".

The post-show analysis also points to keen interest in specific, implementation-ready solutions among HANNOVER MESSE visitors, with applied examples of the RAMI 4.0 Reference Architecture Model and Industry 4.0 components coming a strong second in the visitor popularity rankings. Other hot topics in the Industry 4.0 arena include the Industrial Internet of things and the question of how businesses, particularly small and medium businesses, can leverage Industry 4.0. The big societal questions, such the place of people and work in the Industry 4.0 landscape, also tend to attract a great deal of interest, as do displays and discussions relating to predictive maintenance and predictive analysis and, in the B2B space, platform business models.

HANNOVER MESSE 2020 will build on these key topics and the interest they have garnered. At the Industry 4.0 Forum, international experts will again be using use cases, test beds and technologies to highlight the exciting opportunities made possible by the digitalization of production chains and products. The forum will also feature daily panel discussions, where attendees can dialogue with stakeholders in the fields of business, R&D, politics and the public sector. Other core program points include interoperability, safety, security and standards. The Industry 4.0 Forum is an integral part of the Automation, Motion & Drives display at HANNOVER MESSE.

For details on the Industry 4.0 Forum and how to submit a proposal, visit:

HANNOVER MESSE is the world's leading trade show for industrial technology. Under the lead theme of "Industrial Transformation", the 2020 show will spotlight all the latest trends and topics, such as Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, 5G and smart logistics. The display categories to be featured are "Future Hub", "Automation, Motion & Drives", "Digital Ecosystems", "Energy Solutions", "Logistics", and "Engineered Parts & Solutions". The program will be rounded off by more than 80 conferences and forums. The next HANNOVER MESSE will be staged from 20 to 24 April 2020 in Hannover, Germany, with Indonesia as its official Partner Country.

Your contact for further information:
Onuora Ogbukagu
Tel: +49 511 89-31059

For related press releases and images, visit:

29/11/2019 - 10:13:11

source: Andrea Biagini

news search:


temporal range:

sort by:

date, hour, descendent

date, hour, ascending



I vostri hotel per le fiere di Rimini

© 2020 copyright Pianeta Srl - Turin. Any non authorized recording, reproduction, copying, distribution or public communication constitute a breach of copyright. Trespassers will be prosecuted and liable to pay damages.