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Hannover Messe 2019

April 1-5, 2019
Cisco Booth F30, Hall 6.0

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  • Date:01st – 05th April 2019
  • Location:Hall 6, Stand F30, 
    Hannover Messe, Germany
  • Duration: 09:00 – 18:00

Cisco at Hannover Messe

Attended by over 225,000 people, Hannover Messe is the world's leading trade show for industrial technology.

This year, our main theme is “The Digital Factory, Ready for Business: Secure and Proven Network for Industry 4.0” and we’ll be focusing on how to improve our customers’ operations, drive efficiencies and protect their factories. We’ll be showcasing end-to-end solutions that not only solve the biggest manufacturing challenges, but also allow our customers to run their operations seamlessly, integrate and operate more devices and better manage applications – all while keeping your systems secure.

Join us in Hannover, Hall 6, Stand F30 to explore our leading solutions in networking, security and data management for the manufacturing industry:

  • Engage with live demos and learn how our latest products and services will help meet your manufacturing and OT needs
  • Speak to our partners about end-to-end solutions that meet full spectrum of your needs

Products and Services

At Hannover Messe 2019, Cisco will be showcasing end-to-end solutions that will enable you to improve your operations, drive efficiencies and protect your factory, allowing you to run your operations seamlessly, integrate and operate more devices and better manage applications – all while keeping systems secure. We’ll be showcasing solutions centred around the following areas: 

  • Factory Networking: Empowering you with the flexibility and visibility you need to integrate and operate the increasing number of devices on your network
  • Industrial Security: Protect your intellectual property and secure your Factory with a Multi-Domain Architecture
  • Edge Computing: Secure Data delivery to create Business insights and improve productivity
  • Visibility and Control: Gain visibility and control of your industrial network

Be sure to come by Hall 6, Booth F30 to experience the solutions to enable success across your manufacturing business.

Cisco will be also present at our partner GID IT’s booth in Hall 6, Booth A54 with a live demo of Hyper-Converged-System.

Forum Speaking Sessions

Cisco will be present with sessions in the main agenda of the Integrated Automation, Motion and Drive Forum, 5G Forum, Bitkom Innovation Forum and Industrial Security Forum.

Monday, 1st April
11:40-12:00 Hall 14, Stand L19

Automation Forum: IT Technologies in the Production Environment - What’s needed to accelerate IoT

Paul Didier, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems


Paul Didier
Monday, 1st April
15:00-15:20 Hall 6, Stand F03

Industrial Security Forum: Lessons of Threat Boundaries

Robert Albach, Product Manager, Cisco Systems

Robert Albach
Monday, 1st April
15:30-16:00 Hall 16, Stand D38

Forum 5G: Connecting Workers in the Factory – Driving Productivity via Real-Time Access to Data and Collaboration

Neil Heller, Business Development Manager, Cisco Systems

Neil Heller
Thursday, 4th April
10.30-11:00 Hall 6, Stand B30

Bitkom Innovation Forum: Industrial Security with a Multi-Domain Architecture

Juergen Hahnrath, Head of IOT Solutions, Cisco Systems

Juergen Hahnrath
Friday, 5th April
11:30-11:50 Hall 6, F03

Industrial Security Forum: Security by Design - IT Security meets OT Security

Dave Cronberger, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems

Dave Cronberger
Friday, 5th April
12:30-13:15 Hall 14, Stand L19

Automation Forum: The IoT Challenge: The more digital the factory the more insecure it becomes?

Juergen Hahnrath, Head of IOT Solutions, Cisco Systems

Juergen Hahnrath

Cisco Theatre

Join our subject matter experts at the Cisco Booth F30, Hall 6 for the following sessions:

Monday 1st of April

14:00 – 14:30

IT Technologies in the Production Environment - What’s needed to accelerate IoT Adoption: Connectivity, Security and Scale


Speaker: Paul Didier, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems
15:30 – 16:00

Automating the Network of Industrial Automation


Speaker: Dave Cronberger, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems

Tuesday 2nd of April

11:00 – 11:30

Transforming traditional industrial networks to modern IoT architectures


Speaker: Arun Siddeswaran, Software Development Engineer, Cisco Systems
12:00 - 12:30

Automating the Network of Industrial Automation


Speaker: Dave Cronberger, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems
14:00 – 14:30

Open Source Detection für industrielle Systeme


Speaker: Robert Albach, Product Manager, Cisco Systems
15:30 – 16:00

Open Standards for Industrie 4.0 and Industrial Internet - Time Sensitive Networks – Update from the IIC Testbed for Flexible Manufacturing


Speaker: Paul Didier, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems

Wednesday 3rd of April

11:00 – 11:30

Lessons of Threat Boundaries


Speaker: Robert Albach, Product Manager, Cisco Systems
12:00 – 12:30

Security by Design - IT Security meets OT Security


Speaker: Paul Didier, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems
13:00 – 13:30

“Innovation in Motion” - Creating real solutions to real problems using the latest technology in EMEAR, Cisco Innovation Strategy and Projects explained


Speaker: Nick Chrissos, EMEAR Innovation Lead, Cisco Systems
14:00 – 14:30

Using the industrial edge to accelerate Industry 4.0


Speaker: Stuart Traynor, Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems
15:30 – 16:00

Holistic Cybersecurity for Industrial IoT Applications


Speaker: Arun Siddeswaran, Software Development Engineer, Cisco Systems

Thursday 4th of April

11:00 – 11:30

Automating the Network of Industrial Automation


Speaker: Dave Cronberger, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems
12:00 – 12:30

Connecting Workers in the Factory - Driving Productivity via Real-Time Access to Data and Collaboration


Speaker: Neil Heller, Business Development Manager, Cisco Systems
14:00 – 14:30

“Innovation in Motion” - Creating real solutions to real problems using the latest technology in EMEAR, Cisco Innovation Strategy and Projects explained


Speaker: Nick Chrissos, EMEAR Innovation Lead, Cisco Systems
15:30 – 16:00

Using the industrial edge to accelerate Industry 4.0


Speaker: Stuart Traynor, Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems

Our Partners

Rockwell Automation

Rockwell Automation

Industrie 4.0 is the gateway to digital transformation. Connect smart devices securely to enable better, faster decision making. The Connected Enterprise from Rockwell Automation makes this possible. It converges plant-level and enterprise networks while securely connecting people, processes, and technologies. Rockwell Automation is the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information, making you more productive and the world more sustainable.

 

Euromicron

Euromicron

Euromicron is a medium-sized technology group that unites 16 companies from the fields of Digital Buildings, Smart Industry, Critical Infrastructures and Smart Services. Rooted in Germany, euromicron operates internationally with its around 1,800 employees at 40 locations. Backed by its expertise in sensor systems, terminal devices, infrastructures, platforms, software and services, euromicron is able to offer its customers end-to-end solutions from a single source. As a result, euromicron helps small and medium-sized enterprises, large companies and public-sector organizations enhance their agility and efficiency, prevent security risks and develop new business models. As a German specialist for the Internet of Things, euromicron enables its customers to network business and production processes and successfully achieve digitization.

 

Logicalis

Logicalis

With more than 5,700 employees in 24 countries, Logicalis is a leading global IT solutions and managed services provider. Logicalis GmbH is represented in all regions of Germany, with over 300 employees in Frankfurt, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Munich and Stuttgart.
Logicalis is a service provider and trusted advisor for modernisation and digitalisation in the areas of Networking, Collaboration & Security, Application & Information Management as well as Data Center Technologies & Cloud Integration. More information is available at www.logicalis.de

 

ACP & SWS

ACP & SWS

ACP is a manufacturer independent IT provider which realises End-to-End solutions for companies, authorities and organisations of all sizes. We supply the whole IT range: services, from PC maintenance to managed services, hardware, software, solutions and IT financing, as well as concepts for virtualisation, storage and back up. Founded in 1993 in Vienna, ACP is one of the leading IT providers with more than 50 branches in Austria and Germany. In the business year 2017/2018 ACP achieved a turnover of € 465 million and employed over 1,500 employees.

SWS Computersysteme was founded in 1987 and generates a yearly revenue of over 30 million euros. The company now has more than 150 employees in 4 locations, 2x in Hauzenberg near Passau, 1x in Regensburg and 1x in Nuremberg. Over 80 trained and certified IT specialists, consultants and software developers are at your disposal to improve your IT platform. We are developing, implementing and maintaining a wide range of secure and highly available solutions and services for our customers on a daily basis. With years of hands-on experience and know-how, our consultants are helping customers optimize their business processes through innovative IT solutions.

 

Cancom

Cancom

As a Business Solution Integrator and Service Provider CANCOM offers a complete IT and digitization portfolio for manufacturing and automotive companies, including the delivery of  standardized digital solutions and services to integrate

  • IT & OT:
  • Industrial Security
  • Industrial Network
  • Industrial Collaboration
  • Industrial Mobile Apps
  • Industrial Digital Workplace
  • Industrial Analytics
  • Industrial Applications

The CANCOM group has! approx. 3000 employees and an annual revenue of more than 1 billion Euro´s in 2017

 

h&z

h&z

Transformation with head, heart and hand. This is how the Munich-based management consultancy h&z understands its mission. Initially, our focus was on purchasing & supply chain, but today our offerings also include technology & innovation, sales & service as well as strategy & business optimization. 450 consulting employees work within the h&z Group; in the worldwide Transformation Alliance, as many as 700 consultants are available to our clients. They combine digital competence with process expertise and a proper dose of transformation. At h&z, consulting is focused on medium-sized companies, but our clients also include 25 of the 30 DAX companies.

 

Hopf

Hopf Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH

HOPF is the first German Cisco Industry Expert- pioneer in the field of industrial network solutions. With over 20 years of experience in the area of Industrial Ethernet we are the bridge between IT and OT- our expertise ranges from switching, routing and cyber security to Real Time Location Systems.

 

Innovation Alliance

Innovation Alliance

The Innovation Alliance is a competence network of ten IT companies. As a contact for digitization, it advises SMEs on digitization issues and supports them with the implementation and operation of the respective solutions. The Innovation Alliance is aimed at companies primarily in the industrial, production, trade, and services sectors as well as at municipalities in Germany. The Innovation Alliance was initiated in 2016 by Cisco, the leading manufacturer of network, security and communications solutions. In addition, nine selected digitalization experts – including System Integrators, Software Developers, Managed Service Providers, Resellers and Consultants – are among the partners of this competence network.

 

TechData

TechData

Our Tech Data Advanced Solutions portfolio enables channel partners to deliver complex IT solutions around the world. Our innovative approach and proven experience in the data center, software, cloud computing, converged, hyper-converged, mobility solutions, analytics, security and IoT empower channel partners to deliver the end-to-end solutions their customers need to transform and remain competitive.

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Travel and Directions

Tips and information to make your trip to HANNOVER MESSE quick and easy, whether you're travelling by rail, air or car.

Train

Travel by Train:

Main Railway Station Hannover

From Hannover Main Railway Station you reach the Exhibition Grounds by tram, lines 8 and 18 (entrance NORD 1 and 2). Travel time: approx. 18 minutes. Or via suburban railway or regional trains to station Hannover Messe/Laaten (WEST 1). Travel time: approx. 8 minutes. For your visit please take advantage of the regular services of German Railway
 

Hannover Messe/Laatzen Station

The Hannover Messe/Laatzen station is approximately 400 m from the WEST 1 entrance to the grounds. You can reach the grounds on foot by walking over the covered Skywalk transport system, which connects the station with the Exhibition Grounds. During the fairs German Railway extends its schedule by special train services at station Hannover Messe/Laatzen.

 

Taxis

Travel by Car or Taxi: Directions

From the North

Motorway A7 direction Kassel/Hannover until interchange 56 Hannover-Kirchhorst, then take the motorway A37 (B3 Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe
 

From the East

Motorway A2 direction Magdeburg/Hannover/Dortmund, take the exit 47 Kreuz Hannover-Buchholz to motorway A37 (B3 Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe
 

From the South

Motorway A7 direction Hannover/Hamburg, take the exit 60 Dreieck Hannover-Süd to motorway A37 (B3 Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe
 

From the West

Motorway A2 direction Hannover/Magdeburg/Berlin until interchange 48 Hannover-Ost, turn on motorway A7 direction Kassel, exit Hannover-Anderten to B65 direction Hannover, exit interchange Seelhorst to B6 (Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe.
 

Using a navigation system?

If you are using a navigation system to travel to the show, please enter the following destination:
City: Hannover
Street: Hermesallee
Postcode: 30521
In the region of Hannover, please follow exclusively the signpost "Messe" to the fairground.
 

Parking fee

The parking fee is EUR 11,00.

 

By Air

Travel by Plane:

Bus Shuttle

During trade fairs, shuttle busses operated by B.F.M. Incoming & Traveller Services GmbH provide regular service between the airport and the Exhibition Center. Departure:
Airport: Terminal C
Exhibition Grounds: Entrance West 1