Daimler invites you to the 13th Daimler EDM CAE Forum (link) and this year it’s all about communication, cooperation and inspiration. An exciting programme with top speakers, best practice examples as well as the latest technologies and innovations within the automotive industry awaits around 6,000 visitors. The fair will take place on 17 July at the ICS of the Landesmesse Stuttgart and will be open to Daimler AG employees and suppliers. T-Systems International GmbH will also be at the Forum again, presenting a wide range of exhibits and exciting presentations on the subject of digital engineering.
If you are part of the EDM (Engineering Data Management) and CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) community, the Daimler EDM CAE Forum is a compulsory event (link). Because there are countless possibilities to interact with the community and inform yourself. You would also like to get in touch with T-Systems? Simply come to stands A132 – A140 and connect with one of our experts there.
In addition to lectures and workshops, the latest technologies will be demonstrated and strategic goals in the areas of engineering IT and CAE will be presented. At the Get Together, experts from different companies and locations will be able to meet and exchange ideas, while the exhibition area will feature exciting topics on CAE and EDM.
And if you don’t have enough, you can take part in Guided Tours (link)on both days of the event, during which you will be led through the location for approx. 20 – 30 minutes, accompanied by 5-minute lectures on selected topics. Anyone who registers at the info desk can participate – but watch out: first come, first serve!
The Telekom subsidiary T-Systems International GmbH (link) will also be there again this year, presenting 8 exhibits and 2 lectures that invite you to discover the world of digital engineering. The focus will be on the areas of “Engineering of the Future” and “Build and Operate Ecosystems for connected vehicle services”.
The themes of the various exhibition areas include for example Big Data, the PLM Cloud as well as Security. The topic of Smart City will also be covered in an exhibit. T-Systems will be showing what such a “city of the future” could look like. The use of artificial intelligence for autonomous driving will also be on the agenda.
But what do you need to create smart applications? That’s right, data. T-Systems also provides this with the Data Intelligence Hub (link), with which you can not only exchange data but also process and analyze it with the help of integrated tools.