The exhibition will link todays' research and innovation with visions for the future. More than 200 exhibits will cover a diverse set of research results and products, ranging from cars and advanced robots to very small components, software, new business or new services.
The exhibition is grouped according to 5 themes - you can browse all exhibitors by clicking on each theme.
- digitally empowered citizens - Putting the individual in the centre.
- smart and sustainable cities for 2020+ - Putting the city in the centre.
- industry and business for tomorrow - Putting the competitiveness of European industry in the centre.
- intelligent connecting intelligence - Putting networking, interfacing, integration in the centre.
- culture, science and creativity - Putting content in the centre.
The exhibition is also a way to link each of the 5 themes to the Digital Futures - Futurium visions by using the advanced research work within a theme and/or exhibition cluster as an inspirational source to improve the Futurium visions.
Come and visit also the 3 special villages
- A European Commission village provides information on the Digital Agenda for Europe, Horizon 2020 and other EU-ICT related topics;
- A Lithuanian village showcases Lithuania's major successes. Special emphasis is given to the Eastern Partnership.
- An International village.
The exhibition was accompanied by an 'art exhibit' and "performances" on podium
39 booths took part and there were 52 "art artifacts".
Visit, vote and valorise the creativity of your colleagues. Take the opportunity to visit booths you would never have visited before.
You can now vote for:
Note that voting is only possible for participants having registered online. If you registered on site, you can vote via: