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March 3rd, 2008

Over 150 exhibitors from Japan to showcase new products at HANNOVER MESSE

Abstract:
Partner Country Japan to present new developments in robotics, environmental technology, energy technology, nanotechnology and microtechnology and focuses on intensifying bilateral R&D cooperation agreements. Expansion of German-Japanese trade relations and global contact forum. LED Valley: Investors wanted for world's largest LED production facility Hannover. Its inhabitable land mass is relatively small. Of its 377,835 square kilometers, 73 percent is covered with mountain ranges and only one sixth of the land can be farmed. But when it comes to cutting-edge industrial technologies such as humanoid, micro and large-scale industrial robots and the latest medical technology, navigation systems, energy and environmental technologies, Japan - the official Partner Country at HANNOVER MESSE 2008 (the Hannover Fair) - is a true giant. And as one of the leading industrial nations, it is one step ahead of the rest of the world in many sectors - including robot technology. Indeed, Japan is the world's largest robot exporter. The country had an impressive 356,500 industrial robots in action at the end of 2004, while the figure for the U.S. was a lowly 122,000. Japan's gross domestic product (GDP) of 4,463.6 billion U.S. dollars (around EUR 3,049 billion) puts it in second place, immediately after the U.S., and it is the world leader in R&D investment.

Top exhibitors will be presenting robots that make life easier, as well as fiber optic plates, steel belts and solar batteries.

Source:
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