Tunisia: Digital4jobs - Dozens of Technology Providers and 11 SMEs Partake in Hannover Messe Digital Edition

Tunis/Tunisia — A dozen of technology providers and 11 Tunisian industrial small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are taking part in HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition (HM21), organised on April 12-16.

This participation is organised by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mines, the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), enterprise creator specialised in startups "Betacube" and the Tunisian Startups organisation.

This participation is part of the Digital4Jobs (2019/2023): Digitisation for employment-effective growth in Tunisia project, the organisers specified.

Actually, a roadmap aimed at executing an initiative of the Tunisian industry's transition towards an industry 4.0 called "Towards an industry 4.0 in Tunisia " was drawn up.

This roadmap is drawn up by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mines and GIZ Tunisia, mandated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

HANNOVER MESSE Digital Edition is the leading knowledge and networking platform for the manufacturing, energy and logistics industries. From AI and robotics to logistics IT and materials handling technology to batteries and fuel cells: Under the central theme of "Industrial Transformation," industry thought leaders will present their technologies and ideas for the factories, energy systems and supply chains of the future.

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