Industry 4.0 is a project of the future of the German government's high-tech strategy, which aims to advance the penetration of information technology in conventional industrial...
Internet of Things
The Internet of things becomes part of our everyday life.
United Smart Cities and Deutsche Telekom sign extensive global partnership.
Düsseldorf Airport: Ready for takeoff with smart sensor technology
The airport has teamed with Deutsche Telekom and its partner BS2 Sicherheitssysteme to develop a digital monitoring solution for bridges, tunnels, buildings, and other infrastructure objects made of concrete.
Simplify and speed up your SAP systems – but how?
An article by Francois Fleutiaux, Director of T-Systems’ IT Division.
Wirecard and T-Systems offer innovative concept for connected shopping
Wirecard and T-Systems are working with retailers on the digital supermarket: The concept is designed to let consumers draw up their shopping list using an app, for example, at home.
A fresh wind
Deutsche Telekom is increasingly partnering with startups, to capture new business areas in the Internet of Things.
Drivers for digitalization
Startups play a key role for Deutsche Telekom. We spoke about them with Deutsche Telekom managers Anette Bronder and Thomas Kicker.
Industrial production goes digital
The booths of the individual companies reflect this impressively. Top-quality high tech everywhere you look: in industrial automation, IT, manufacturing technologies, and mobility solutions.
Communicative devices – standardized machine language of Plattform Industrie 4.0
In the digital factory, increasing numbers of machines and devices will communicate with one another.
In the end, it affects everyone
The Hannover Messe is not just an industrial trade show, it is the world's leading trade show. What is shown and discussed here moves the working world of tomorrow and today.
Internet of Things at the push of a button
Deutsche Telekom is showcasing its IoT Service Button at Hannover Messe 2018 – a smart retrofit solution for logistics, manufacturing facilities, workshops, construction sites, and hospitals using the Internet of Things.