On 24 to 26 April, more than 70 selected European Innovation Council (EIC) SME Instrument companies will pitch their ideas to investors and network with corporate representatives in the Technology & Business Cooperation Days at Hannover Messe. This year, the event will focus on Industry 4.0 and Smart Factory solutions including resource and energy efficient manufacturing technologies.
Promoted by the Enterprise Europe Network in cooperation with SME Instrument Business Acceleration Services and NBank, this exclusive brokerage event is the place to be for innovative SMEs looking for funding and business partnerships during the renowned trade-show.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. The rise of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies is causing digital disruption like never before.
5 Industry 4.0 companies not to miss at Hannover Messe
Adaptive Simulations – improve aerodynamics with the power of supercomputers
Adaptive Simulations develops High-Fidelity Flow Simulation for designers, aerodynamicists and CFD engineers. Their software, Ingrid Cloud, is a cloud-based computational tool that automates the entire process of flow simulation and design optimisation by building the computational model without human intervention.
Drone Hopper – heavy duty drones for the most demanding scenarios
Drone Hopper is a company devoted to designing and manufacturing heavy-duty drones for emergency (firefighting & rescue) and agricultural uses. It uses patented technology to create and deliver water mist jet using airflow from the engines directly to the ground.
Cargo Beacon - taking industry 4.0 into logistics
Cargo Beacon wants to bring the power of Industry 4.0 right into the logistic chain. Their unique solutions allow access to multiple and rich cargo data with minimal effort, using automated IoT-sensors and quality management tools.
SAT4M2M – a reliable global network for IoT
The mission of SAT4M2M is to enable this global data communications by design, development and operation of the next generation, globally available TELDASAT service, completing existing terrestrial infrastructure which suffers from lack of coverage or high CAPEX.
Factobotics – building the factory robots of the future
Factobotics specialises in the development of cutting-edge industrial robotic solutions, turning them into standard products and commercialising worldwide.
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