EMO Hannover 2019 provides clarity in uncertain times Trade fair builds on successful previous event

EMO Han­nover 2019 closed its doors today fol­low­ing a six-day run. From 16 to 21 Sep­tem­ber, round about 117,000 pro­duc­tion spe­cial­ists from 150 coun­tries con­vened at the world’s lead­ing tradeshow for the met­al­work­ing indus­try. “This EMO Han­nover 2019 built on the suc­cess of our boom year in 2017,” report­ed EMO Gen­er­al Com­mis­sion­er Carl Mar­tin Wel­ck­er.…


AI continuing to gain ground: Awards presented to winners of the “Founder Competition – Digital Innovation” at EMO 2019 in Hanover, Germany

Improv­ing ener­gy man­age­ment through arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence, using a smart­phone for vir­tu­al sewing pat­terns, or sav­ing human lives with a dig­i­talised process chain: these are just some of the unique ideas with which start-ups were able to con­vince the jury of the “Founder Com­pe­ti­tion – Dig­i­tal Inno­va­tions” organ­ised by the Fed­er­al Min­istry for Eco­nom­ic Affairs and…


EMO Hannover 2019 boosting investment levels with array of new technologies

Andreas Scheuer, Fed­er­al Min­is­ter of Trans­port and Dig­i­tal Infra­struc­ture, opens the world’s lead­ing trade fair for met­al­work­ing   Andreas Scheuer, Fed­er­al Min­is­ter of Trans­port and Dig­i­tal Infra­struc­tre, togeth­er with Low­er Saxony’s First Min­is­ter Stephan Weil, Mem­ber of the Board of Man­age­ment of Deutsche Telekom Adel Al-Saleh, Cec­i­mo Pres­i­dent Dr. Roland Feichtl and EMO Gen­er­al Com­mis­sion­er Carl…


Doomed to fail without AI?

EMO Han­nover 2019: Apply­ing an “engi­neer­ing approach” to the sys­tem­at­ic use of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence  The head­line is inten­tion­al­ly provoca­tive. Accord­ing to a 2018 study by Boston Con­sult­ing, Chi­na, Japan and the USA have been upgrad­ing their arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence (AI) sys­tems for some time now, mean­ing that Europe urgent­ly needs to take action. Prof. Jörg Krüger,…


Cobots – Successful collaboration between man and robot

EMO Han­nover 2019 show­cas­ing robot­ic and automa­tion solu­tions for man­u­fac­tur­ers  Robot­ics and automa­tion are among the key tech­nolo­gies for ensur­ing last­ing inter­na­tion­al suc­cess. Cobots inter­act direct­ly with humans and give man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­nies a com­pet­i­tive edge in the mar­ket. At EMO Han­nover 2019, trade vis­i­tors will find count­less automa­tion solu­tions and col­lab­o­ra­tive robots aimed at enhanc­ing…


Reducing CO2 levels with artificial intelligence

45 start-ups show­cas­ing their strength at EMO Han­nover  Frank­furt am Main, 10 Sep­tem­ber 2019. – Start-ups are in great demand at EMO Han­nover 2019. The world’s lead­ing trade fair for met­al­work­ing has fur­ther increased its com­mit­ment to young com­pa­nies by spot­light­ing the sec­tor as a light­house project. Eight com­pa­nies have already reg­is­tered for the joint…


New technologies kindling future business

EMO Han­nover 2019 to devote sep­a­rate forum to future tech­nolo­gies Frank­furt am Main, 10 Sep­tem­ber 2019. – The term “Indus­tri­al Inter­net of Things” (IIoT) cov­ers a whole range of new tech­nolo­gies that open up inno­v­a­tive pro­duc­tion pos­si­bil­i­ties. This will pro­vide the basis for new areas of busi­ness. The impor­tance of IIoT should not be under­es­ti­mat­ed…


Smart software at EMO Hannover

Frank­furt am Main, 03. sep­tem­ber 2019. – Reliev­ing engi­neers of tire­some rou­tines and unleash­ing their cre­ativ­i­ty: the goal of AMen­date GmbH from Pader­born is to take addi­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing to the next lev­el. The new com­pa­ny is plan­ning to have its lat­est piece of soft­ware ready for mar­ket in time for the EMO Han­nover trade fair where…


Countdown to EMO Hannover 2019

The EMO in a nut­shell – The EMO Han­nover 2019 Pre­view pro­vides a fore­taste of the world’s lead­ing trade fair for the met­al­work­ing indus­try Hanover, 03 september2019. More than 80 jour­nal­ists from over 30 coun­tries and from all media gen­res will be guests at the EMO Han­nover 2019 Pre­view on July 3/4. There they will…


Manufacturers making increased use of dry machining and MQL

EMO Han­nover 2019 help­ing with appli­ca­tion deci­sions (part 2) Frank­furt am Main, 03. sep­tem­ber 2019. – Should we con­tin­ue with clas­sic machin­ing and coolant lubri­cants, or do dry machin­ing and min­i­mum quan­ti­ty lubri­ca­tion (MQL) rep­re­sent viable alter­na­tives? From a tech­nol­o­gy point of view, it is impor­tant to con­sid­er mate­r­i­al prop­er­ties and machine per­for­mance, but plant…