‘Green Productivity’ is the guiding theme of Systems & Components, the trade fair scheduled to take place in parallel with Agritechnica from 12-18 November 2023 at the exhibition grounds in Hanover, Germany
Both trade fairs will be focussing on increased farm productivity, while still protecting the soil and the environment. Components and systems that enable a higher level of automation and networking is the focus of Systems & Components, the leading B2B platform for the entire off-highway sector's supplier industry. Acknowledging the outstanding innovation of the supplier industry and its crucial importance to agricultural machinery, the ‘Systems & Components Trophy – Engineers’ Choice’ will be awarded at the trade fair.
Companies can now book their exhibition stand for Systems & Components, with the registration deadline for exhibitors being 1 February 2023. The trade fairs, Systems & Components as well as Agritechnica, the world’s leading trade fair for agricultural machinery, are organised by the German Agricultural Society (DLG).
“Technical spotlight, industry get-together and B2B platform – Systems & Components has become established as the leading venue for the international off-highway sector supplier industry. It showcases the latest developments and innovations in the field of components for agricultural machinery as well as related sectors, and is therefore an ideal complement to Agritechnica,” explained Philippa von Loe, Systems & Components sales manager at DLG.
Under the guiding theme of ‘Green Productivity’, Agritechnica and Systems & Components will be extending an invitation to discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by new technologies that are triggering a sustainable transformation in agriculture. Above all, increasing productivity and efficiency in agriculture can be accomplished through the sustainable use of machines and arable land. Confronted with a range of challenges in implementing these two ambitious goals, farmers will be looking for solutions from exhibitors in Hanover.
Professional debate among manufacturers, engineers and other international experts on the ‘Expert Stage’ at Systems & Components will also be underpinned by the guiding theme. The technical programme will be offering multi-facetted insights into the supplier industry’s current issues. The talks, product presentations and live discussions will be clustered into four segments: environment and security, innovative powertrain technologies, networking and automation as well as digital services such as predictive maintenance, 3D printing, cyber security, augmented reality, AI and data management.
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