17 May 2021 - 21 May 2021
Germany, Virtual
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Egon Wiedekind
event.germany [at] esi-group.com

Immerse yourself in a virtual XR world, to inform yourself online about the latest developments in the fields of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality, to exchange ideas, to network and to arrange personal appointments with interesting fellow participants. Experience live lectures, demos and discussions from a wide variety of organizations! Visit exhibiting companies and labs at their headquarters during their open houses!

The program this year will feature great live keynote speakers with exciting topics, live broadcast as well as on-demand company and product presentations, and 1-2 live panel discussions each day with invited experts on XR topics in industry, architecture, medicine, commerce & trade.

ESI Presentation & Sponsoring

ESI is sponsoring this event as Gold sponsor and will have several presentations*:

XR Collaboration
  • The Future of Collaboration is Here by Michael Kerausch | 2.30 pm, May 17th

  • Pop-up XR Experiences by Jan Wurster | 4.30 pm, May 17th

Future Trends
  • COVID-19 - Making high risk zones visible by Rüdiger Magg |9 am, May 21st

  • Extending the Digital Thread by Eric Kam | 10.30 am, May 21st

*Presentation titles subject to change.

Michael Kerausch

Manufacturing Business Channel - Immersive Experience Director

Jan Wurster

Solution and Technology Expert

Rüdiger Magg

Business Development & Innovation

Eric Kam

Industry Marketing Manager
Solutions Manager

Learn More about ESIs Solution

Experience Your Product – Before You Build or Service It – Through the World of Immersive Virtual Reality

Sometimes new concepts need to be experienced to be trusted. You build something and watch as an idea or concept comes to life. But what if, once constructed, you realize that it isn’t as you imagined your product would be? That by walking around and building your project, you discover that the real product or finished assembly has inconsistencies, flaws or errors that are not evident in concepts or designs until you experienced the build. At this point, what you have built is scrap, design changes will set you back weeks, if not months, and costs will certainly rise – if redesigning this late in the game is even an option. If it’s not, going to market with a less than perfect product or flawed process might be a reality you must come to terms with.

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