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Hannover Messe: Automation and digitization of large and complex IT applications in the manufacturing industry
Best practices examples at stand D34 in hall 8
At this year's Hannover Messe, Thinkwise and ICT service provider Starcode will jointly present their technology solution for efficiently automating and digitizing large and complex IT applications in the manufacturing industry. This premiere will take place in Hall 8 at Stand D34.
Through the use of compelling best-practice examples, visitors can discover how manufacturing companies have developed IT solutions at least ten times faster than traditional software programming by utilizing Thinkwise's powerful Low-Code platform. This approach to creating software solutions is technology-independent, which means that there is no longer a need for expensive and time-consuming changes to be made to the underlying technology.
For additional information about the trade fair stand of Thinkwise and Starcode, please click here.
Sustainable, modern IT solutions with lower energy consumption
At this year's Hannover Messe, digitalization and sustainability are two of the main topics being discussed. Sustainability is increasingly critical for IT systems since their energy consumption contributes significantly to our global CO2 footprint. Outdated, unnecessarily complex programming or poor system design can result in higher energy consumption, while more efficient algorithms and components can help to reduce it.
A visit to the joint stand D34 in Hall 8 is highly recommended in this regard, as software developed with Thinkwise's mature low-code technology meets the highest standards for energy efficiency and sustainability. More information about this can be found in the comprehensive background report titled 'More IT Sustainability and Climate Protection through Low-Code Software Development', published on February 9th, 2023. The report (in German) can be accessed via the specialist portal 'umweltdialog.de' using the following link.