The MSV International Engineering Fair is the most important industrial trade fair in Central Europe. Every year, companies from dozens of countries present themselves at MSV and the share of foreign exhibitors regularly exceeds fifty percent. This year's edition will be no exception. The partner of the fair, which is the French region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, has already been confirmed.
After last year's break due to the pandemic, the Brno Exhibition Centre once again hosted the largest Central European fair of industrial technologies. MSV 2021 took place at an unusual November period and to a limited extent but maintained its quality and once again demonstrated the most advanced technologies and phenomena that are changing industrial practices – intelligent robotics, Internet of Things, 3D printing, corporate data systems and management by means of artificial intelligence. In the five days of the fair, stands of 1,016 exhibiting companies from 35 countries were viewed by more than 35 thousand visitors.
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Two ministers wished this year success during the traditional MSV social evening. At the same time, the MSV Gold Medals were ceremoniously awarded to six exhibits and personalities in the industry, and a special award was handed by the CEO of BVV Trade Fairs Brno.
The International Engineering Fair is in full throttle. Technological novelties and innovations will be displayed in Brno until Friday 12 November. A total of 1016 companies from 35 countries are featured at the expo.
The Czech Technical University together with Direct Fly, s.r.o., will offer STOL Cruiser, a new type of ultralight aircraft suitable for takeoffs and landings at shorter distances. The aircraft has a new profile to minimize air resistance in cruising mode and at the same time enhanced upward lift mechanization for short landings. Its production is also innovative – it uses a so-called matchhole.
Hestego, a Czech engineering company, presented at MSV 2021 its Boxie – an innovative solution in parcel delivery. This solution uses a storage box and an app.
Ecological reduction of the carbon footprint and achieving global sustainability in the aviation industry – that is exactly what Czech Technical University and GE Aviation Czech started cooperating on five years ago. Together they are testing the use of SAF, a special synthetic fuel that could replace traditional fossil fuels in the future. Michal Valášek, Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), and Milan Šlapák, CEO of GE Aviation Czech, signed a declaration on further cooperation at the International Engineering Fair today.
Innovative industrial technologies from Czech and foreign market leaders are presented this week at the International Engineering Fair held at the Brno Exhibition Centre. Visitors can look forward to new robots or interesting solutions for transport and logistics. A real attraction is the exhibition titled Digital Factory 2.0, which is located in Hall F.
The second edition of the successful Digital Factory 2.0 exhibition will be featured at the International Engineering Fair held at the Brno Exhibition Centre from 8 to 12 November 2021. This year's topic will be the technological transformation of the Czech economy. Siemens became the golden partner of the project. Additional partners include Cerebrica and Grant Thornton.
The 63rd season of the MSV International Engineering Fair, which will take place in Brno from 4 to 7 October 2022, will offer companies the opportunity to present innovative industrial technologies and establish new business relationships. Specialized trade fairs IMT, PLASTEX, FOND-EX, WELDING and PROFINTECH will be held concurrently.