HANNOVER MESSE is considered one of the world’s largest industrial trade fairs. Leading decision makers of all industry 4.0 key technologies are gathering at one place – representing Research and Development, Automation and IT, Supply, Production Technologies and Services as well as Energy and Agility.
About 225.000 visitors attended HANNOVER MESSE in 2017. “Integrated Industry – Connect & Collaborate” is the main theme of this year´s edition. Partner country in 2018: Mexico.
DLR at the Hannover Messe 2018
11 April 2018 | Energy is more than electricity; in order to increase the proportion of renewable energy not only in power generation but also in the areas of heating and mobility, energy must be transferred from one sector to another. At the Hannover Messe, from 23 to 27 April 2018, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) will show how the coupling of sectors makes the energy system more flexible and more environmentally friendly (Hall 27, Stand H84). With the theme ‘Science2Business’, DLR is presenting innovations and new ideas that have been developed from research results and are now on the threshold of market introduction (Hall 2, Stand C75).
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is prominently present at HANNOVER MESSE, as it was the case in previous years. In 2018, DLR is even enhancing its visibility: with two stands, one of them located at the “Leading Trade Show for Integrated Energy Systems and Mobility” in hall 27, and at the “Leading Trade Show for R&D and Technology Transfer” in hall 2.
Up-to-date research projects from the DLR Institutes of Combustion Technology, Engineering Thermodynamics, Space Propulsion, Networked Energy Systems and Vehicle Concepts are on display on the energy stand (hall 27, stand H84) on 117 square metres.
At its research stand (hall 2, stand C57) with a size of 133 square metres, DLR is focusing on innovation from Robotics and Mechatronics, Optical Sensor Systems, Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems, Materials Research, Structures and Design and Aerospace Medicine.
Public Affairs: Daniel Strijbos