E2 Forum Frankfurt:
Innovation Forum for Elevator and Escalator Technology
The E2 Forum Frankfurt provides the industry with a technological and content platform for its dialogue with the planners and operators of modern people-conveyance systems in buildings.
This technical conference will take place every two years and will be held for the first time on 18 and 19 September 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, exhibition grounds Messe Frankfurt.
Join the E2 Forum Frankfurt and make the most of this compact package including a high-level conference, focussed exhibitor presence and professional networking.
The E2 Forum Frankfurt is organised by Messe Frankfurt with the support of the German Elevators and Escalators Division of the VDMA (Association of German Machine and Plant Manufacturers).
Why E2 Forum Frankfurt is exactly the right place for you
- The E2 Forum Frankfurt - a conference format with exhibition area: Present your company and its conceptual solutions in a cost-effective and easy to organise form.
- Make use of the design of the conference space, the stand construction and an evening event for professional networking.
- The place to be of intelligent building services: Frankfurt am Main is the trade fair venue for intelligent building services.
- Central location & quick transport links: Attractive and centrally located and easy and comfortable to reach for every business traveller arriving by train, plane or car.
‘There is a huge need for retrofitting elevators - but innovative solutions are still missing!’
‘The new building contract law in the German Civil Code will make it easier for elevator companies to enforce their supplementary claims – if the regulations in force since 01.01.2018 are correctly applied.’
‘Elevators are the safest means of transport worldwide. To ensure this status also in future, further technical development and laws which enforce the cooperation between the operators, the maintenance companies and independent bodies who are responsible for periodic inspections are important.’
‘Attending this event will show the things in reality. Products and innovations can be seen and touched – this multiple impression cannot be compared to online given information and represents a suitable complement to our curriculum.’
‘`We broke the BIM!´ – we need to learn how to use today's virtual technologies to save tomorrow's real world.’
Further statements on the E2 Forum Frankfurt can be found here.