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Hermes Award 2021 entries open

March 3, 2021
Deutsche Messe are now accepting submissions for the award, which will be announced April 12 at Hannover Messe Digital Edition

The Hermes Award, one of the world’s most important prizes for industrial innovation, is open for entries. The winner will be announced on April 12 as part of the Hannover Messe Digital Edition.

(Source: Deutsche Messe)

Companies and institutions that participate in the Hannover Messe Digital Edition can submit their entries for the Hermes Award until March 12 .

The criteria for evaluating Hermes Award entries include level of innovation; benefits for industry, environment and society; profitability; and market readiness. An independent jury chaired by Dr. Reimund Neugebauer, president of the German research organization Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, will nominate three products for the award and determine the winner from this group. Germany’s minister for education and research, Anja Karliczek, will present the award.

In 2020, the product omlox – open location standard won the award. More than 60 industrial companies were involved in the development of the global solution that is independent of location technology.

Hannover Messe Digital Edition will run from April 12 to 16.

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