August 26, 2019

The Hanover Reminder – Back to April of 2017

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Innovations are making our world go round quicker and more efficiently. From the medical branch ones to industrial automation and energy, those new visions give us hope for a new, more efficient and most importantly, eco-friendly world. Those and much more are the subject of HANOVER MESSE – an industry tradeshow and largest capital goods exhibition. This tradeshow in Germany has taken place between the 24th and 28th of April and is all about innovation, tech news, industrial automation, energy, industrial supply and more. Liki had the honor to take part in this wonderful event presenting our innovative solutions, many of you have visited us at our stand and explored our work which was very encouraging.

We were pleased to present our products but also to see what is the industrial world preparing for us. HANNOVER MESSE was filled with marvelous innovations. One of those that caught our attention was a company that has shown us that sci-fi movie stars -artificial intelligence – are not a distant creation. It is closer to employment that we think. What was amazing to see is that the creation – RCML, Robot Control Meta Language – is revolutionary. It’s a high-level programming language, allowing to co-operate different robots within a single task. It allows the developer to develop higher-level functions required for the planned technological process within hardware and software capabilities of the robot without its modification.

What’s important, that it can serve Production and Industry, Engineering Companies, Research Institutes, Robotic Communities and Laboratories and finally – Software Developers. The robotics industry will surely develop even faster and have an influence on the environment.

Next year Hannover Messe will be held from the 23rd to 27th April of 2018.

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