Experts agree that artificial intelligence (AI) will be one of the major technologies of the future. But AI is no longer just something from Silicon Valley. Germany is emerging as the ideal location for providers in Europe.
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One of the world’s largest industrial trade fairs, the Hannover Messe, has welcomed back physical visitors after two years of online events due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions. Some 2500 participants will spend four days putting their innovations and ideas on display.
Ports and waterways are a major part of Germany, the logistics hub at the heart of Europe. But Germany’s maritime economy is changing to meet the demands and utilize the possibilities of the digital age.
The coronavirus pandemic didn’t slow down the growth of fintechs in Germany – and may have even helped it. That’s the result of research carried out by the business magazines Finanz-Szene and Finance Forward using data from the German national government’s official registry.
Beyond recycling: Germany aims to be an ecological country, but it’s going to need a lot more of the circular economy. Business opportunities abound for innovative companies with solutions for how to reuse everything we produce and need.
When it took office late last year, the new German government promised to introduce wide-ranging legislation by Easter to accelerate the transition to clean energy. The so-called “Easter Package” delivers on that pledge.
2021 was a very good year for the gaming sector in Germany. The German Games Industry Association (game) has calculated that revenue software, online fees and hardware shot up 17 percent last year over already records levels in 2020. Total turnover was EUR 9.8 billion.
PolyBlocks have often been described as “Legos for adults” and require no specialist expertise to use in construction.
Beyond recycling: Germany aims to be an ecological country, but it’s going to need a lot more of the circular economy.
“There’s a shortage of rockets”, complained the head of German satellite maker OHB, Marco Fuchs, to business newspaper Handelsblatt.