Hannover, 25.-29.04.2016, KIT main stand: Hall 2, B16
Press Highlight Tour 2016: For the first time, KIT’s stand was one of the stations in the traditional tour for media representatives on Saturday afternoon (23 April 2016). Olaf Wollersheim explained to about 50 national and international journalists an innovative battery pack assembly solution (Photo: Thomas Windmann, KIT)
Innovative battery pack assembly solution – a newly developed concept for stationary storage systems
"Green energy" with high shares of solar and wind power makes stationary storage absolutely vital. In this field, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has been working for years on pioneering technologies - and, within this scope, develops innovative manufacturing and assembly concepts for modular and scalable battery packs.
NanoMat, located with its managing office at KIT, was founded in 1997 as one of the first nano competence centers in Germany. Its members are noted partners from industry and adademia that focus their efforts on a variety of application-oriented projects in nanotechnology and materials research.
Hall 2, A01 - BIOKON – Solutions modeled after nature
On the BIONIK platform, KIT presents innovative methods for lightweight construction and technical-component life-time extension derived from the growth principles of nature.
Hall 2, C40 - Please visit the VDI stand to learn more about TU9 – the alliance of Germany’s nine leading institutes of technology
As a member of TU9, the KIT presents itself in a film.
Hall 2, C50 - KIT’s bioliq research project is presented at the joint pavilion of BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg. bioliq is a method for producing synthetic fuel from straw and other types of biomass.
Hall 3, B35 - Spinoffs
The spinoffs ArtiMinds Robotics GmbH, cubuslab GmbH, iMapping, IneraTec, Kinemic, otego, RESTUBE GmbH, Selfbits GmbH, and Falquez, Pantle und Pritz GbR are presented at the joint pavilion of the Helmholtz Association.
Hall 6, L42 - MIMAN-T – Micromanufacturing Training Systems for SMEs
MIMAN-T is a self-contained training system offering a comparative overview of the latest micromanufacturing techniques.