Hannover Messe 2022
We look forward to seeing you – come visit us for a chat at the Hannover Messe between May 30 and June 2, 2022
The key to a climate-neutral future is the consistent use of energy from renewable sources and the creation of intelligent and networked systems.
We want to work together with you to develop technical solutions for a livable world.
The All Electric Society vision of the future is the guiding principle for Phoenix Contact’s innovations and technologies. This vision is leading us to concrete answers and solutions for all industries, paving the way to a sustainable world of tomorrow in which renewable electricity is the central source of energy.
We can only succeed in this transformation if we work together. Visit us at the Hannover Messe and share your experiences and ideas for the “All Electric Society” vision of the future with us.
Experience, among other subjects: Topics from the fields of electrification, networking, and automation:
- Industry – Digitalization and efficiency increases in production
- Energy – Storing, integrating, and safeguarding renewable energies
- Infrastructure – Building management systems and energy-efficient building operation
- Mobility – Establishing sustainable, networked, and practical charging technology for e-mobility
After such a long time, we are delighted to finally be able to talk to you in person again at the Hannover Messe – ask questions and share your challenges with us. We will find a solution together.
Highlights and technology trends 2022 Solutions for a sustainable world
Working together with you, Phoenix Contact develops solutions for electrification, networking, and automation that pave the way to a sustainable world. At the Hannover Messe 2022, we want to present our highlights for this year and help drive forward the All Electric Society vision of the future.
Our highlights for 2022 are, of course, already available to you online:
Booth map, site map, and travel
Plan your journey now. Find out about our exhibition at the Hannover Messe 2022 in Hall 9, Booth F40. The booth map provides you with a preview of the topics that will be presented, so you will be able to quickly orient yourself once there.
What is the Hannover Messe?
The Hannover Messe is the leading trade fair for international industry. It is based on several leading trade fairs on the key topics of modern industry:
- Integrated Automation, Motion & Drives: International leading trade fair for integrated automation, industrial IT, drive and fluid technology
- Digital Factory: International leading trade fair for integrated processes and IT solutions
- Energy: International leading trade fair for integrated energy systems and mobility
- Industrial Supply: International leading trade fair for supplier solutions and light construction
- Research and Technology: International leading trade fair for research, development and the transfer of technology
The leading trade fairs are oriented toward various technologies and areas of application. In 2018, the leading trade fairs Industrial Automation and MDA were merged to create a new, annual event – Integrated Automation, Motion & Drives (IAMD). The IAMD covers the entire spectrum of industrial automation, IT, drive and fluid technology. This provides companies with a platform to showcase solutions for intelligent production processes. This turns the smart factory into a reality. Phoenix Contact is represented at the new leading trade fair in Hall 9.
Phoenix Contact at the Hannover Messe
Phoenix Contact has a special connection with the industrial trade fair, and not just due to its close physical proximity. The Blomberg-based company has been at each Hannover Messe with its technological innovations for almost 70 years.
Along with Siemens and Rittal, Phoenix Contact is now one of the largest exhibitors at the Hannover Messe. Our experts will be providing you with the latest information on the topics of automation and electrical engineering. They will be presenting you with future-ready solutions for the Industrie 4.0 era. With almost 100 years of experience, Phoenix Contact is already working on tomorrow’s intelligent production today.
Our highlights from 70 years of the Hannover Messe
Phoenix Contact and the Hannover Messe: A long friendship
Phoenix Contact has been represented at the Hannover Messe with technological innovations since 1953.
The world’s largest exhibition represents the highlight of the business year: New products are presented to the public here for the first time.
The company has experienced very special highlights throughout the 70 years of the trade fair.
Obama visit: Into the future with the Chancellor and the President
The USA was the partner country of the Hannover Messe in 2016. The US President at the time, Barack Obama, took this opportunity to visit Hanover. During the traditional tour of the trade fair with Chancellor Angela Merkel, he was shown outstanding technical innovations.
On this occasion, Frank Stührenberg and Jack Nehlig demonstrated the new e-mobility fast charging connector to them at the Phoenix Contact booth. A special highlight: The DeLorean DMC-12 sports car from the film series “Back to the Future” was rebuilt to illustrate the topic of fast charging technology. President Obama was not only enthusiastic about the innovative charging technology. He also impressed the Chancellor and the Phoenix Contact CEO, Frank Stührenberg, with his film knowledge.
The history of the Hannover Messe
The self-proclaimed motto of the largest industrial trade fair in the world is “Tradition and Innovation”. It was established in 1947 as the “Hannover Export Fair 1947” under the banner of the German company Deutsche Messe- und Ausstellungs-AG, Hannover-Laatzen. After the Second World War, the new industrial trade fair was to provide a counterpoint to the Leipziger Messe in the former GDR and to emphasize the innovative power of West Germany.
As a venue for international contacts, the Hannover Messe quickly attracted attention from international guests. As early as 1950, there were exhibitors from ten different countries, one of these being the USA. Over the years, the trade fair has become increasingly international. The first partner country was Brazil in 1980. Since then, companies of a different country have presented their products each year.
The Hannover Messe today
Today, the leading trade fair is the barometer for technological developments. The exhibition is currently dominated by topics such as the Internet of Things, industrial digitalization, robotics and renewable energies. Numerous innovations for Industry 4.0 – the digital industrial revolution – will continue to be introduced over the next few years.