For the third time, Poland is taking part at the world's biggest industrial trade fairs, HANNOVER MESSE. Organized since 1947, the event dedicated to the industrial trends and a showroom of new production technologies attracts 6,500 exhibitors and over 220,000 visitors.
This year, at HANNOVER MESSE the Industry 4.0 meets AI solutions. The interplay between automation and energy technology, IT platforms and artificial intelligence is driving the digital transformation of industry. With the lead theme "Integrated Industry - Industrial Intelligence", HANNOVER MESSE 2019 spotlights the potential of this development. All key technologies and core areas of industry - from research and development, industrial automation, IT, industrial supply, production technologies and services to energy and mobility technologies - can be found in the Messe in Hannover.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize the production. People teach machines to act logically and purposefully to meet customer needs.
So do the 20 Polish companies that have been carefully selected by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) to join the Polish National Stand at the Hannover Messe 2019. Among them one will find start-ups established by young engineers and inventors as well as experience entrepreneurs. Basing on AI and quantum computing, they invent, develop and implement solutions that may revolutionize the production, communication, medicine, optimize operations in industry, improve knowledge transfer or raise quality of work and as result strengthen profitability of their clients.
Meet Polish AI prodigies at the Polish National Stand
HALL 27, STAND H12 and discover WHY SMART MEANS POLAND.
Polish smart companies at HANNOVER MESSE 2019
Poznań - based startup Apzumi Spatial has introduced a cognitive modular platform. The platform’s modules improve creating documents and knowledge transfer, raise quality of work and strengthen profitability.
Since over 40 years, Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements (PIAP) has been developing projects regarding robotization of industrial stations and lines, automation of assembly, transport systems in multi-station manufacturing plants, weighing and dosing systems, visual inspection systems and mobile robots.
Hyper Poland is a Polish startup working on the development of vacuum magnetic railway technology (Hyperloop). The company has developed and patented innovative, proprietary Hyperloop engine, drive and suspension solutions.
Husarion has created autonomous mobile robots’ platforms for research & development purposes. The company designed ROSbot 2.0 - an autonomous, open source mobile robot platform for research and rapid prototyping.
The Tele and Radio Research Institute (ITR) conducts comprehensive, interdisciplinary research and development work on ‘Smart’ devices, systems and infrastructure for Industry 4.0, especially in energetic sector.
Alnea Robotics specializes in automation of production processes. The company designs and constructs production lines, automatic stations, electrical, pneumatic and mechanical testers such as EOL testers. Alnea Robotics is a member of one of the largest key clusters - the Metal Processing Cluster.
PREVAC designs and produces scientific research equipment which operates in the ultra-high vacuum environment. Prevac devices enables to develop new materials and innovative technologies under very well controlled conditions.
RELPOL is a Polish manufacturer of relays, CZIP®-PRO protection systems for medium voltage switchgear and radiation monitors. It also offers Radiation Portal Monitors devices detecting radioactive and nuclear materials.