This is our guiding theme for Hannover Messe 2019 with the ambition to be the missing link to empower Industry 4.0, accelerating intelligent automation, by making it easier to adopt, use and scale new digital and industrial solutions. Limitless connectivity brings endless possibilities. Discover how mobile communications on the road to 5G empowers intelligent automation of industries at Hannover Messe 2019.
Åsa Tamsons serves as Senior Vice President and Head of Business Area Technology and New Businesses. Asa and her team are responsible for driving growth in new areas for Ericsson by identifying, developing and scaling new businesses to support Ericsson’s customers and to capture the full potential of 5G, IoT and future technologies.
- April 2: Panel - Innovative Swedish partnerships to reach a fossil free future from 10:00-11:00 at Sweden Pavilion, Hall 27
- April 2: Industrial Pioneer Summit - Keynote - Cutting the cables: Why reliable, cellular connectivity, IoT and 5G are essential for Industry 4.0 from 15:45 – 16:15 at Convention Center (CC), Room 2
As Ericsson’s Head of Advanced Industries, Erik Josefsson leads the company’s global Industrial IoT & 5G offerings for the manufacturing and process industries. Erik’s work focuses on the edge of industrial digitalization with 5G, IoT and Artificial Intelligence for factories, warehouses and mines.
- April 1: Automation Forum Keynote - Be Limitless with 5G – accelerate intelligent automation everywhere from 12:00 – 12:30 at Hall 14, L19
- April 2: Industry 4.0 Forum Keynote - Be Limitless with 5G - how mobility is taking over the shop floor from 12:00 – 12:30 at Hall 8, D17
As Ericsson’s Head of Customer Unit Western Europe, Stefan Koetz is responsible for business in Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. In addition he is the Chairman of the Management Board of the Ericsson GmbH in Germany. Mr. Koetz has been working in the information and communications industry for more than 20 years.
- April 3: 5G Forum Keynote - ICT Perspective on Industrial 5G from 11:30-11:45 at Hall 16, 5G Forum stage
- April 3: 5G Forum Panel - Industrial 5G – New Opportunities for European Industry from 12:15-13:15 at Hall 16, 5G Forum stage
Join our live broadcast
Live at Hannover Messe! Ericsson’s Ringside Session 3 will be broadcast live from the Sweden Co-Lab area at Hannover Messe (Hall 27, booth h30). Don’t miss this session on April 2 from 13:30 to 14:15 CET, where our expert panel of industry leaders & telco operators will discuss how they're approaching the deployment of Industry 4.0 today; where they're seeing the value; and how the arrival of key technologies will drive a new phase of innovation.
Join us at the Swedish Pavilion
Sweden is the official partner country of Hannover Messe 2019. Under the theme of Sweden Co-Lab, Swedish companies such as ABB, Combient, Ericsson, SKF, Tetra Pak and others will showcase Sweden as a greenhouse for co-creation and innovation, where you will learn why Sweden is a frontrunner in smart industry and smart solutions. Visit Ericsson at the Swedish Co-Lab Pavilion in Hall 27
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At the world’s largest industrial trade fair for industrial engineering and innovation, the trend for 2019 is clear: The digitalization of entire industrial ecosystems has a much bigger impact on the economy than any industrial revolution before. With the increasing need for industry sectors and players to transform accordingly, Hannover Messe is now the world’s hotspot for Industry 4.0 and driving industrial readiness.
Still today, fixed networks dominate in factories and restrict the efficiency of manufacturing with inflexible production lines or unreliable device mobility. A wired industry connectivity foundation restricts the value of the Internet of things (IoT), smart operations and ultimately limiting the potential of Industry 4.0. With existing mobile communication technologies like LTE and the game changing capabilities of 5G, manufacturers can already access the seamless factory of the future.
- Massive monitoring systematically protects from errors or accidents.
- Wireless production lines enable faster configurations and redesign.
- Stable mobility promotes autonomous vehicles and interconnect workflows, while low latencies support collaborative robots and enable real-time control of remote activities, just to name a few examples.