Awakening in a networked industry – Embedded companies are in the midst of it all

In late April, it was that time again: Hannover Messe, the world's largest industrial fair opened its gates and welcomed over 190,000 visitors. 5,200 companies, research institutions and universities presented products and services focussing on an increasingly digitalised and networked industry. RT Soft GmbH, a software developer from Moscow which Invest in Bavaria supported in its founding of a branch in Bavaria in 2015, also participated.

RTSoft GmbH

It was this site in Bavaria that gave the company the opportunity to exhibit together with other Bavaria companies under the umbrella of the Bavaria booth organised by Bayern Innovativ.

 

“Even after establishing our branch in Ismaning near Munich, Invest in Bavaria provided us with valuable assistance and, among other things, introduced us to Bayern Innovativ's trade fair participation programme. The fact that everything ran so smoothly allowed us to concentrate fully on the trade fair. We are also most thankful for the excellent support provided by the partners S&T Embedded and Technagon,” explains Regional Manager Hubert Hafner.

 

RTSoft presented numerous innovative products and solutions for industrial automation and the energy sector at the fair. AMIGO, for example, is a software solution for smart grids which are becoming increasingly important for renewable energies. The company's expertise lies in “making things intelligent”: from hardware-related software to middleware to GUIs.

To find out more on RTSoft and its solutions, click here.

If you also have a company based in Bavaria and would like to participate in next year's Bavaria booth in Hannover, you can find more information here.