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CeBIT's partner country Japan: Big in Hanover

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2017-03-20

The big technology trends - Internet of Things, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber security, Autonomous systems or Humanoid robots – are driving the digital transformation. And they will feature prominently in Japan‘s Partner Country showcase at this year’s CeBIT.

 - With innovative power and progressive outlook: Japan is the partner country of this year‘s CeBIT. The Japan Pavilion will feature 118 companies and organizations.
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With innovative power and progressive outlook: Japan is the partner country of this year‘s CeBIT. The Japan Pavilion will feature 118 companies and organizations.

The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) will host the Japan Pavilion at the CeBIT 2017.The massive Japan Pavilion will feature 118 companies and organizations, occupying 7,200 square metres of floor space and showcasing technologies from Partner Country Japan to a global audience. The booths will cover everything from infrastructure and factories to professional life and daily living, with presenting companies active in fields ranging from medical care and welfare, agriculture and construction to music, games and sports offering their unique technologies, products services and cutting-edge solutions and ideas characterized by the diversity of the Society 5.0 concept.

In addition to the Pavilion, JETRO will also host four events during CeBIT, including a symposium and a networking event. The events will also serve to assist Japanese businesses by supporting the cultivation of overseas sales channels and the creation of IoT-related business models in a variety of fields.

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