KIT Presents Innovations at Two Stands: At the Leading Trade Shows “Research & Technology” in Hall 2 and “Energy” in Hall 27
Intelligent sensors for human-robot collaboration, a flexible test lab for the future power grid, innovative energy storage systems and electric motors: These are some of the research activities presented by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at Hannover Messe 2018 with this year’s lead theme “Integrated Industry – Connect & Collaborate.” From April 23 to 27, 2018, KIT will present its work at two leading trade shows again: At “Research & Technology” (hall 2, stand B16) and at “Energy” (hall 27, stand K51).
The multimodal sensor technology for industrial robots will be presented at the Highlight Tour for the media on April 22nd, starting at noon.
Joint BIOKON Stand A01 in Hall 2: The Body Language of Components
KIT presents innovative methods for lightweight construction and optimization of technical components. These methods have been derived from natural structures, based on Professor Claus Mattheck’s latest book “Pauli Explains the Form in Nature.”
FZI Stand B01 in Hall 2: New Robotics Solutions and Networked Driving
The Research Center for Information Technology (FZI) of KIT presents complex robot applications that can be programmed easily and quickly. In addition, the Baden-Württemberg Test Area for Autonomous Driving and a system for manipulated communication between vehicles will be displayed.
VDI-Gemeinschaftsstand C40, Halle 2: Automatic Exposure System
The fully automatic exposure system presented is used to study the impacts of fine dust on health. The system is suited for examining in vitro the effect of fine dust on human lung cells. Aerosols are applied to human lung cells in a reproducible and controllable manner.
Young Tech Enterprises, Hall 17, Stand B74: Startup Teams of KIT Present Themselves
The “Young Tech Enterprises” park gives the dynamic high-tech startup scene a platform to present itself. On all days, startup projects and spinoffs of KIT will introduce themselves: Carol Innovation, µyPrint (Monday, April 23); Knowtion UG, ReTest GmbH (Tuesday, April 24); Heisenberg, Usertimes (Wednesday, April 25); Smartivate, robodev (Thursday, April 26), robodev (Friday, April 27). More information is given at http://www.hannovermesse.de/de/rahmenprogramm/specials/young-tech-enterprises/