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Hamburg to host third Digital Kindergarten

Latest innovations and technology on show in FC St. Pauli

The Millerntor-Stadion in St. Pauli will host the third “Digital Kindergarten” in Hamburg on June 6, 2019 to accommodate large numbers of expected delegates. New digital trends and technologies in AI, VR, AR, 3D printing, smart home or robotics can be discovered and tested in the playground for gadgets.

Playground versus exhibition stand

“We didn’t want boring exhibition stands, but there should always be something to experiment with, play and try out,” said Mirko Kaminski, initiator and Managing Director of the achtung! creative agency. And that’s exactly the purpose of the gadget playground and for testing the latest developments. Experts will also give background information and highlight possible application areas and opportunities of the technologies. More than 50 exhibitors and about 50 speakers are expected at the event.

Top speakers and issues

The focus this year will be on gaming and e-sports, influencer marketing, big data, diversity, female power, blockchain, automation and smart and connected devices. Nico Rosberg, former Formula 1 World Champion, Tijen Onaran from startup Affairs, Lars Klingbeil, Secretary General of Germany’s SPD political party, will also be at the digital fair. The Digital Kindergarten’s podcast, hosted by Jan and Diggi, will highlight the latest digital trends, gadgets and technologies. The episodes can be streamed free of charge online on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon. 

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Melissa KnausMay 31, 2019
innovation künstliche intelligenz zukunftstechnologie