“Digital Industry. Connected and Safe.”: TÜV Rheinland with a focus on OT Security and Industry 4.0 / IoT services for more security in smart and connected products and systems / Hanover Fair, Hall 5 G29, from April 1 to 5 / www.tuv.com/hannoverfair2019
Solutions for reliable and safe implementation of IoT applications in industry as well as for products, systems and components. Under the slogan of “Digital Industry. Connected and Safe,” TÜV Rheinland will present its services for industry, operators and manufacturers at the Hanover Fair 2019. In Hall 5—the Digital Factory with presentations of integrated processes and IT systems—experts from TÜV Rheinland will be available throughout the week at Stand G29 to discuss current topics such as OT security in industrial and production facilities and for testing products and components. Keywords include cyber security and data protection, functional security, wireless testing and information and advice on the market access service and official approvals.
Effectively countering cyber hazards for industrial sites
Operating plants and systems reliably and safely is a central aspect in industrial production. TÜV Rheinland teams of experts have been commissioned by companies around the world for decades to ensure the greatest possible availability of operational technology (OT). The goal is to increase efficiency and reduce downtime. A study published by TÜV Rheinland in early 2019 shows that many companies are unaware of the dangers of cyber attacks to their OT systems. TÜV Rheinland is therefore investing significantly in solutions for the secure operation of the digital factory. TÜV Rheinland is presenting these services, many of which are new, at the Hanover Fair.
Another topic is digital requirements in municipal areas. The key challenge is how cities and municipalities can tackle the digital handover. With the rapid development of networked technologies and the expansion of the 4G and 5G networks for tomorrow’s smart city, the challenges are growing. Individual consultation is necessary to ensure that digitalization projects are not doomed to failure from the outset. TÜV Rheinland is therefore focusing on the topics of “critical infrastructures,” “networked solutions” and “smart data.”
TÜV Rheinland at the Hanover Fair 2019
“Digital Industry. Connected and Safe.”
Hanover Fair, Hall 5 G29, from April 1 to 5