HANNOVER MESSE 2013 will have a strong emphasis on industrial automation and IT, energy and environmental technologies, power transmission and control, industrial subcontracting, manufacturing technologies, services and R&D.  All of these themes and all areas of HANNOVER MESSE 2013 will be underpinned by the HANNOVER MESSE 2013 lead theme of “Integrated Industry.”

The Industrial Automation tradeshow will put the spotlight on integrated automation processes with themes like Embedded Systems and Smart Production.  The message here is that intelligent production systems and processes and the realization and coordination of networked, geographically distributed production sites are vital to making “Integrated Industry” a living reality.

The lead theme will also be manifested in many aspects of the Motion Drive & Automation tradeshow, including the Condition Monitoring Systems displays.  Industrial automation and power transmission and control technologies are steadily converging as the industrial world goes digital.  This trend is reflected in the fact that that more and more suppliers of power transmission, linear motion and industrial gear systems are offering turnkey automation solutions.  “Integrated Industry” is at the forefront of this trend.  

Germany’s commitment to a more renewables-based energy supply necessitates a fundamental transformation of its energy supply infrastructure.  Smart grids, in particular, are coming to the fore as the country makes increasing use of distributed forms of generation.  This trend is reflected at the Energy tradeshow, which provides an integrated perspective on current energy-sector issues and challenges. HANNOVER MESSE’s energy focus is complemented by the Wind show with its array of displays and exhibits showing how integrated wind turbine maintenance and control systems can help master the challenges of Germany’s energy system transformation.

Similarly, the innovative ideas on display at the MobiliTec tradeshow are all about industrial integration. Translating the highly promising electric mobility technologies on show at MobiliTec into mainstream reality requires several disparate sectors of industry to work together and forge new alliances.

The enormous potential of “Integrated Industry” is also abundantly clear at the Digital Factory show, where the spotlight is on process integration and interdisciplinary product development.  The show likewise has a strong focus on systems engineering for more effective coordination of different disciplines within the engineering sector.

The ComVac show outlines ways of making production processes more energy efficient.  Compressed air technology is one of the few technologies that is used by almost every industrial sector.  Failure to integrate it properly into industrial production at the process design stage can therefore have far-reaching consequences in terms of lost efficiencies.

Many of the exhibitors at the Industrial Supply show are subcontractors who are directly integrated into their customers’ production and planning processes.  Production chains that span multiple providers rely for their success and effectiveness on integrated subcontracting solutions and services.  The subcontracting sector is “Integrated Industry” at its best.

The SurfaceTechnology show is where exhibitors present integrated surface systems and the latest innovations in a range of fields, including nanotechnology.  In keeping with the “Integrated Industry” theme, the show explores ways in which industrial companies can use surface technology to enhance the energy and resource-efficiency of their plants and processes.

The exhibitors at IndustrialGreenTec will highlight ways of integrating environmental management systems into existing business models, identifying opportunities for developing new, eco-friendly products and streamlining complex systems and processes.  At IndustrialGreenTec, “Integrated Industry” is all about being greener and smarter than the competition.

Of course, “Integrated Industry” begins with R&D – with early-stage interaction between science and business.  The Research & Technology show is the epitome of R&D: a force for integration that brings people and innovative ideas together. It is where scientists, developers, engineers and managers learn about the latest innovations, make new contacts and form interdisciplinary and cross-sector networks.

The world’s leading showcase for industrial technology is staged annually in Hannover, Germany. The next HANNOVER MESSE will be held from 8 to 12 April 2013 and feature Russia as its official Partner Country. HANNOVER MESSE 2013 will comprise 11 flagship fairs: Industrial Automation • Motion, Drive & Automation (MDA) • Energy • Wind • MobiliTec • Digital Factory • ComVac • Industrial Supply • IndustrialGreenTec • Surface Technology • Research & Technology. The upcoming event will place a strong emphasis on industrial automation and IT, energy and environmental technologies, power transmission and control, industrial subcontracting, manufacturing technologies, services and R&D.

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