Today, robots in space are mostly either passive observers or controlled by humans from Earth. Soon they will have to operate independently and over long periods of time under extreme conditions. In order to meet the high demands on the systems, the Robotics Innovation Center of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI, Hall 2, booth C59) is developing new concepts.The DFKI is developing innovative hardware and software concepts that it is testing on Earth as part of so-called analogue missions. The scientists will be presenting their research as well as robotic space systems at the DFKI booth (hall 2, booth C59) at the Hannover Messe.
7 January 2019Hannover Messe 2019 will be taking a very close and comprehensive look at what lightweight has to offer industrial manufacturing and other disciplines and why it is such a key technology for the future. The industry trade fair returns on 1-5 April, 2018. (more…)
24 October 2018Hannover Messe USA 2018, the first staging of the iconic Hannover Messe brand outside of Germany, presented game-changing Industry 4.0 solutions over six days during its co-location with IMTS 2018 at McCormick Place in Chicago from September 10-15. (more…)
19 March 2018A quick glance at the presentation program for the "Decentralized Energy Supply & Building Energy Technologies" forum in Hall 27 at the upcoming Hannover Messe reveals that the challenges along the way to achieving integrated energy are truly immense. (more…)
22 January 2018The exhibitor list for HANNOVER MESSE 2018 reads like a Who's Who of the robotics industry. Robotics companies, systems integrators and providers of gripper systems will be showcasing their Smart Factory solutions. (more…)
28 September 2017The interplay between automation and energy, IT platforms and artificial intelligence is driving the digital transformation of industry. With the lead theme "Integrated Industry - Connect & Collaborate", Hannover Messe 2018 spotlights the potential of this development. (more…)
6 September 2017The world's leading trade show for industrial technology is spreading its wings. In September of 2018, Deutsche Messe is staging its first-ever Hannover Messe in the USA, the German trade fair organizer announces. The new trade fair is expected to attract some 550 exhibitors and more than 100,000 visitors and will occupy about 130,000 square feet of display space. (more…)
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