The exhibition series goes into the next round with Work & Production and shows innovations, technology and research on 1.000m².From highly automated production to manual work, from visionary high-altitude flights to frightening scenarios, from historical objects to the space of the future – exciting topics that not only occupy the exhibition, but the entire world.
The Topics Of The Exhibition Will Not Only Be Presented In A Historical Context
The topics of the exhibition include also researchers and experts of the present that will take up the central topics of the future. We deal with it every day, indirectly or directly. Work is done by everyone, not just money, and consumption means being in direct contact with the results of production. The exhibition takes the present a step further: into the future. It takes a step back to the places of manufacture. It moves aside and opens the eyes to essential new questions.
The exhibition part in a separate area in the middle of the exhibition invites the visitors to embark on a journey through the production. A product is ordered, a digital twin experiences all the challenges that have to be overcome. What does the product feel with sensors on the way across the smart / smart production line? What role do robots play as employees? Are they recognizable, fenced and moving among humans? Who has what needs, and in general: who can shape the future of work?
The exhibition Work & Production shows the historical contribution to the future of work and production. How have the job profiles changed and what is happening today? Who are the actors, active, passive and regulative? What changes have been made by the industrial revolutions and what is their connection to the present and everyday life? Which technologies influence the production?
The techLAB will accompany the exhibition as an interactive third component. It invites visitors to become active themselves. In doing so, they learn the meaning of essential questions: What must we be able to do to succeed in the work and production of the future? Enjoyment in dealing with technologies, digital understanding and creative problem-solving skills certainly belong to it. To print something, cut it with a laser or to program something with the 3D printer, visitors can learn in workshops or simply try it themselves – always accompanied by experts. Creativity and curiosity are activated.