Since its foundation in 2016, the Future Work Lab has been developing demonstrators that deal with industrial work under the influence of Industry 4.0 and digitalization. It shows how jobs will change in the future and how industrial work can be transformed by digital assistance. With its three worlds, it contributes to raising awareness in industry regarding digitalization, qualifies decision-makers and employees, and addresses current issues around work research. Immerse yourself in the Future Work Lab and join the virtual International Open Lab Day . You can expect:
- Welcome and introduction of the Future Work Lab.
- Virtual tour of the Future Work Lab
- Presentation on the topic of "Competence development and learning in digitalization and Industry 4.0 - The learning world of the Future Work Lab".
- Technical presentations by Fraunhofer IAO and Fraunhofer IPA
- Closing and Wrap Up
Industrie 4.0 and the smart factory
As technology paves the way for an increasing number of innovative solutions, digitalization and Industrie 4.0 are transforming industrial manufacturing. But what will this sector look like in the future? What best suits your company? And how do you successfully implement these changes?
April 16, 2021 – International Open Lab Day (virtual)
Would you like to experience for yourself the look and feel of the industrial workplace of the future? Then register here free of charge for a virtual tour of the Future Work Lab. On International Open Lab Day, you will be able to visit our large Demonstrator World and talk to experienced experts about the kind of innovations that will come with Industrie 4.0, artificial intelligence and the smart factory of the future.
Two events on your visit to Germany
Combine your trip to the Hannover Messe 2020 with a visit to the Future Work Lab in Stuttgart. The International Open Lab Day will take place on Friday of the week of the Hannover trade fair. So why not make your trip to Germany twice as rewarding? The journey from Hannover to Stuttgart takes about 60 minutes by plane and about four hours by train.
Preview of the Open Lab Day: