Digitale Transformation

What can Digitalization do for you?

With 21 showcases from a wide range of exhibitors CeBIT aims to show the digital transformation as practically as possible. See what examples already exist in practice.

09 Mar. 2016
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Everybody is talking about the Internet of Things and Smart Data. How can companies re-invent their business models to remain successful in the future? CeBIT aims to show the digital transformation as practically as possible with 21 showcases from a wide range of exhibitors. Visitors can put together their own individual d!conomy tour .

Internet of Wine

Soil, sun, terroir and water have a major impact on vines – and on the quality and quantity of the wine. Climate change is an even more unpredictable factor, one that makes it increasingly difficult for vintners to rely on their experience alone. And this is where the TracoVino solution, developed by MyOmega and Intel, comes in: Sensors installed in the vineyard transmit the temperature, air and soil humidity, as well as solar irradiation and light intensity. Vintners can access this data in an app and react accordingly. Stand B30 in Hall 2 offers visitors a taste of what's to come.

Moss cultures for clean air

The environmental properties of 275 trees, combined with the advantages of out-of-home advertising and mobile commerce – that's what the CityTree by Green City Solutions offers. See it at Stand B72 in Hall 4. The startup uses special moss cultures that filter particulate matter and nitric oxides from the air, for vertical plant displays. They take 99 percent less space than a standard planted tree at just 5 percent of the cost. The fact that CityTrees can display analog and digital information – via NFC, iBeacon or digital screens – is an added bonus.

The networked stadium

Use an app to find your seat in a football stadium and order food and drink to your seat in advance – even football fans expect more today. In its Live Stadium Experience showcase in Hall 4 at Stand C04, SAP shows how Allianz Arena in Munich offers its visitors a networked experience: from booking tickets to directions and catering. Based on real-time data, the stadium operator can detect tailbacks early and arrange diversions or shuttles in response. Fans can check how long the queues at the concession stands are before, during and after the game on 3D cameras – and can have food delivered to their seat if they want.

Don't miss a thing: Download the CeBIT App to receive a message whenever you pass one of the 21 showcases. Learn about many new visions and concepts for the digital transformation in the presentations and discussions at CeBIT Global Conferences .

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