Deutsche Telekom at CeBIT 2015

CeBIT in Hanover, Germany, is the world’s largest exhibition and conference for IT and digital business. In this post we would like to share some pictures of the Deutsche Telekom booth at CeBIT 2015 and some M2M use cases displayed there.




This year’s booth was dedicated to the motto Wirtschaftswunder 4.0 – Digitization made in Germany.


The industrial displays on the booth were a special eye-catcher.




There were several M2M use cases that displayed the wide array of possibilities how Machine-to-Machine is a value to areas like engineering and production.



One of the highlights was the “Industrie 4.0 Paket,” a starter kit for connected industry. The package contains hardware for machines to go online, a SIM card, as well as access to the “Cloud der Dinge” platform, which is hosted in data centers in Germany.




The showcases on the booth were varied and versatile. Seen below is the Connected Canyon Bike.


On a large screen visitors could monitor sewing machines by Dürkopp-Adler, which showed a connected sewing machine solution.

An electro scooter by Kumpan shows the battery status of the vehicle in real time.

Just like at the Mobile World Congress, the app myKIDIO was another highlight on the booth, as displayed here in a BMW with BMW ConnectedDrive.

Tags: M2M , mykidio , cebit , digitalization , cloud of things , Industrie 4.0 Paket , Canyon Bike

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