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Despite the cancellation of most trade fairs around the world this year due to the global pandemic – and yes the Geneva International Motor Show is now not happening next year – Messe Frankfurt’s Hypermotion has been given the green light to go ahead. 

The organisers say the event will make personal networking possible again from 10 to 12 November 2020.

Initial areas of focus are: urban air mobility and innovative drone technologies, smart logistics solutions and 3D printing in municipal logistics, and IoT in space and space infrastructure.

Danilo Kirschner, Show Director for Hypermotion: “Even in these challenging times, it is still possible to hold a trade fair with a conference programme and host face-to-face encounters while complying with existing hygiene measures and distancing rules. It goes without saying that ensuring the health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and employees is our top priority, and that is why our event planning features concepts that ensure the greatest possible safety for everyone involved.”

Hypermotion 2019, Messe Frankfurt, Germany

The event also features the Hypermotion-Lab; a platform for the discussion of disruptive concepts at the interface of mobility and logistics. 

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