Munich, 22.11 - Munich goes Deep-Tech: On November 21, 2022, the first Isar Valley Festival took place in Munich. Following the internationally most important IT location, Silicon Valley in California, the Bavarian capital also proves its high relevance as an IT, microelectronics and high-tech location. The perfect place to offer decision-makers and innovators from the deep- tech scene an area for innovative exchange about AI, robotics & IT, to sound out potential partnerships and to expand the network.
Invited experts included Johannes Fuchs, Co-Founder and Head of New Business at Robotise. During the inspiring panel discussion with the big question "Opportunities for developers and beyond: Are we Germans prepared for the next big leap in innovation?", Fuchs provides valuable insights into the future of work. Commercial service robotics will play a crucial role in this. With the support of smart helpers such as JEEVESfrom Robotise, people in the hospitality industry will be relieved to use their own manpower for valuable tasks - with the positive side effect of saving energy. Exciting prospects not only for the other experts on the round table, which included Dr. Volker Bilgram (Managing Director of the Munich-based innovation preparation company Hyve) and Martha Splithoff (Digital Application Architect at Innovation Cloud Solution), but also for the motivated new generation. In the subsequent start-up pitches, they were able to apply to a high-ranking jury for funding from Messe München. The supporting program was supplemented by speed dating (Synergies Matches), interesting keynotes and a master class. The conclusion of Johannes Fuchs: "We were very happy about the invitation. Not only because we were able to have many interesting conversations and experience exciting startup pitches, but also because we saw that we can be at the forefront of Deep Tech. Our goal is clearly to continue to drive service robotics forward so that we maintain our pioneer status and develop Germany into the Service Robotics Hub.