Hamburg to host Solutions 2023 congress for digital transformation

18 August 2023
Focus on knowledge transfer, digital empowerment and health from September 6-8, 2023

Organisers of the Solutions Congress for digital transformation are gearing up to host the event in Kampnagel from September 6-8, 2023. Then, several digital experts will give talks on their experiences, challenges and solutions. Emphasis is on knowledge transfer, empowerment and health. The congress features several panel discussions as well as workshops and opportunities for networking and to come up with solutions.

First event for technology and health

The Solutions Congress will focus on digitalisation, technology, artificial intelligence, innovation, sustainability and security this year. The separate Solutions Health congress on September 8, 2023 will focus entirely on digitalisation of care, healthcare as well as telemedicine, biohacking or wearables. "By working together with other experts in the health technology sector, we can jointly shape the future of the healthcare industry and exploit the potential of digital technologies," said Dr Timo Rodi, Chief Medical Officer of Eterno Health. Hanne Butting, CSO of Beyond Emotion, is also expected at the congress and will present approaches for AI-supported emotion recognition in the care sector.

Digital transformation experts 

Dr Frederik G. Pferdt will kick off the Solutions Congress 2023 with a keynote entitled "Future Mindstate" and will explore what kind of mindset is needed for challenges in future. Pferdt, a former Chief Innovation Evangelist at Google and Adjunct Professor at Stanford University, has prepared an interactive presentation. In another keynote, Christian Schwedler, a strategist at BMW, will highlight ways of  strengthening innovation and change despite core and daily business. Various workshops, master classes and deep dives will give delegates an opportunity to engage more intensely with the multifaceted topics of the congress. More information about the agenda and tickets can be found on the website.



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