-Next.e.GO Mobile SE (“e.GO”), an innovative producer of urban electric vehicles and unique production technology, announced that it will attend the Hannover Messe trade fair in Germany, from April 17-21, 2023, alongside Microsoft, at the Microsoft booth in Hall 17 Booth G06.
This year’s trade fair, under the central theme of Industrial Transformation, features a range of technologies, industrial solutions and innovations as well as the difference they can make in overcoming global challenges and promoting smarter, more energy-efficient, and sustainable industry and energy systems for the future.
In addition to its vehicles, e.GO will also be showcasing its unique and disruptive MicroFactory production technology, which it believes will empower flexible, capital-efficient and decentralized growth in the automotive industry. e.GO´s robotics solution along with the tech-first IT architecture (the Internet of Production) leveraging smart data layers and connecting the cyber and physical production streams on one platform could unlock the true potential that Industry 4.0 has to offer.
The industrial metaverse helps bring existing and new technologies together with the aim to deliver immediate value and manufacturers like e.GO are at the forefront of driving this paradigm shift.
Microsoft and e.GO will demonstrate the digital loop of the industrial metaverse through several showcases at this year’s Hannover Messe. Together, the two companies will show what onboarding processes for production workers can look like and how artificial intelligence contributes to faster and more convenient service for customers. The HoloLens demo with e.GO’s innovative urban electric-vehicle e.wave X is a holistic view on the digital loop within the industrial metaverse (design, build, operate, optimize). Artificial intelligence and related 3D software are used to intelligently link the real world with the virtual world.
“This new technological wave is the foundation for the industrial metaverse. We at e.GO are truly excited to be at the forefront of this industrial transformation and to be able contribute to building a more sustainable production ecosystem and the factories of the future,” said Ali Vezvaei, Chairman of the Board of Next.e.GO Mobile SE.
Faced with supply chain issues, human capital constraints, energy restrictions and supply chain uncertainties, organizations are increasingly looking to better understand, predict, and interact with the physical world.
Microsoft and e.GO believe technology can help manufacturers bridge the two worlds to fundamentally change how we design and build products, production systems and also operate facilities and optimize processes. Technology derivatives such as digital twins, mixed reality, cloud to edge, machine learning, and AI allow manufacturers to simulate complex processes and factories, changing how work is done and sustained.