The industry's interest in Texcare International is strong. Nine months before the event, 247 companies from 30 countries have already registered and the exhibition space is almost fully booked. The companies, including all the market leaders, are taking advantage of the leading trade fair to present their innovations live to a global trade audience. A high level of international participation is expected.

Mitsubishi Electric, a leading provider of contact image sensors (CIS), and Koenig & Bauer, a pioneer in industrial print applications and inline machine vision systems for various applications, signed a letter of intent for their future cooperation. The aim of the strategic partnership is to combine the strengths of both companies in order to offer standardized, high quality machine vision components to the field of electrode foil production for battery cells.

With just a few weeks to go before the doors open, Light + Building can boast yet another increase in exhibitor numbers. So far, over 2,130 companies have registered to present their innovative solutions and trends at the world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building-services technology in Frankfurt am Main from 3 to 8 March 2024.

Fast internet connectivity and stable networking are vital for a successful digital transformation. Eurofiber, the leading B2B technology specialist, runs a fiber network that is currently more than 70,500 kilometers long and growing by 50 kilometers every week. The company with over 600 employees is headquartered in the Netherlands and offers its customers ultra-modern infrastructure to drive forward digitalization in business and society.

Wisdome Stockholm is a new scientific experiential arena situated in the courtyard of Sweden’s National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm. The Wisdome Stockholm building encompasses a wooden architectural design creating an arched-shaped room of 1,325 square meters. Stora Enso has been the main partner and delivered sustainable wooden construction materials for the project.

The interplay of digital systems, intelligent building-control systems and connected mobility is leading to dynamic changes in the use of rooms. If necessary, the living room can become an office. For its part, the office should have both quiet working areas and communication zones for social interaction while hotel lobbies are morphing into co-working spaces.

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