Industrial Pioneers Summit gearing up for second season at HANNOVER MESSE 2020
At the summit, Experts will discuss the technological and social challenges posed by the increasing digitisation of industrial processes in the future.
Following its successful debut this year, the Industrial Pioneers Summit will be entering its second season at HANNOVER MESSE 2020, which will be held from April 20-24. Some 500 participants from around the world are expected to attend the event on April 22, 2020 being staged under the tagline “Industrial Transformation”.
At the Industrial Pioneers Summit, various experts will be discussing the technological and social challenges posed by the increasing digitization of industrial processes in the future.
One of the first speakers has already been confirmed as Toby Walsh, professor of artificial intelligence at Australia’s University of New South Wales, and holder of a visiting professorship at the Technical University of Berlin. He believes that intelligent machines will be able to match human capabilities by the year 2062. In his talk, Walsh will be offering his vision of how the world will look a good 40 years from now, and how that will affect society as a whole.
The Industrial Pioneers Summit is a one-day, invitation-only event, staged under the aegis of HANNOVER MESSE.
HANNOVER MESSE is the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. With its 2020 lead theme of ‘Industrial Transformation’, the event will address all of the hottest issues, eg Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, 5G and smart logistics. The 2020 event will feature six display categories: ‘Future Hub’, ‘Automation, Motion & Drives’, ‘Digital Ecosystems’, ‘Energy Solutions’, ‘Logistics’, and ‘Engineered Parts & Solutions’. A supporting program with more than 80 conferences and forums completes the line-up. Indonesia will be featured as the official Partner Country for HANNOVER MESSE 2020.