Visit us at the Hannover Messe Germany

With the Dutch Tech industry, Urban Mobility Systems presents itself as one of the 40 top tech companies from 30 May to 2 June at the Hannover Messe in the Netherlands Innovation Square Pavilion in the Young Tech Enterprises / Future Tech section in hall 3 of the Hannover Messe. With a joint public-private presentation and collective programme entitled ‘Integrating industries for a smart sustainable future’, Dutch companies and sector organisations are showing how integral smart and sustainable solutions can be developed by working closely together internationally.

Three reasons to visit the Hannover Messe

  1. Learn how to bring energy management and automation together to increase efficiency and help you achieve your sustainability goals.
  2. See how the next generation of automation technology works in an ecosystem of open standards, so you can adapt faster to changing market conditions.
  3. Hear from executives about the impact of disruptive technologies on industries and how together we can play a leading role in the new electric world.

With solutions for today and ideas for tomorrow, Hannover Messe is the industry’s most important gathering. It is the leading knowledge and network platform for the manufacturing industry, the energy sector and logistics: everything about digitization and sustainability in the industry.

At Hannover Messe, you’ll find products and solutions from applied industrial research, design and development, compare products from all major manufacturers for digital ecosystems, automation, logistics and energy supply, and develop visions on how to shape the future of your business. Together with strategic partners within Europe, smart integrated value networks are being developed that enable us to make products energy-efficient, maintain and recycle them.

An important theme during the Hannover Messe is sustainability because the energy transition is highly dependent on the proper digitization of all necessary processes. The importance of the energy transition for tomorrow’s industry is highlighted with the presence of Frans Timmermans, the European Commissioner responsible for the roll-out of the European Green Deal.

During the opening night on Sunday 29 May, more dignitaries will show their faces, including German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and António Costa, Prime Minister of ‘partner country’ Portugal. Together they will then perform the official opening act. UMS welcomes you at our stand A20 (B38) in hall 3. Use the button below for a free admission ticket.