GXFS at Hannover Fair 2024

From 22 to 26 April 2024, companies from the mechanical engineering, digital and energy industries will be presenting ideas for a powerful and sustainable industry of the future at Hannover Fair. For the third time in a row, Gaia-X Federation Services (GXFS) will be among the around 4,000 exhibitors.

Visitors to Hannover Fair 2024 will once again be able to meet Gaia-X Federation Services (GXFS) at the Industry 4.0 joint stand in hall 8, booth F25. Under the motto “Energizing a Sustainable Industry”, this year’s fair is dedicated to climate neutrality. In addition to Co2-neutral production, the focus is also on Industry 4.0. Part of this is the digital transformation in companies, which can be accelerated through data-based collaboration and new digital business models. This enables companies to exchange data and create added value.

“Cooperative data ecosystems enable companies to share data and develop new business models in a trustworthy environment,” says eco Managing Director Andreas Weiss. “With the Eclipse XFSC toolbox, we are presenting essential open source software components for the operation of such ecosystems at Hannover Fair.”

Progress through cooperation – federated data ecosystems

In this context, the GXFS project team will present the Eclipse XFSC toolbox developed in the project with its open source-based software components to visitors. The aim is to inform visitors about how they can support the Eclipse XFSC community project and thus help shape the technical basis for building decentralized, federated ecosystems.

“We are looking forward to being represented at Hannover Fair again this year and to exchanging ideas with the XFSC community and new interested parties,” says Emma Wehrwein, Project Manager GXFS/XFSC.

About Hannover Fair

Hannover Fair is the world’s leading trade fair for all technologies revolving around industrial transformation. Over 14,000 innovations and unusual products for a competitive and climate-neutral industry of the future will be presented. In addition to around 4,000 exhibitors, over 300 start-ups and more than 1,870 speakers complement the programme. The most prominent subjects include Industry 4.0, CO2-neutral production, artificial intelligence and machine learning, energy management, hydrogen and fuel cells.

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