On July 8th, the third in a series of five bayern design exhibition series opened its doors at Munich Airport. This time, it’s innovative design services and products that are on display. And they’re all inspired by the theme "Well Connected".
The Bavarian projects displayed cover a variety of areas that include domestic, health, service/security, knowledge transfer and architecture/urban planning. And they all have one idea in common: the networking of analog and digital worlds in a way that sustainably enriches our lives, so that efficiency gains over the long term benefit individuals and society as a whole.
The “Home Connection” function in a Bosch refrigerator, for example, enables the device to be operated via a smartphone app. With the help of photographic imagery capturing the interior’s contents, food inventory checking and ordering is made far easier and can even be done on the move.
With CHRONOGY sunglasses, OSRAM is looking to enhance customer wellbeing by simulating natural daylight and triggering a relaxing response.
Of course, the theme "CONNECT" is one very close to the heart of LabCampus. Not only does it form an integral part of the slogan, but the concept of connecting is already playing a core role in the design and layout of the site itself. The LabCampus goal is to create a merged living and working environment and to bring together companies, research institutions, creative people and pioneering spirits. And—with the help of perfect conditions for collaboration—this will be the place where development, testing and product presentations happen.
Until September 11th 2019, visitors can view the exhibits from Bosch, OSRAM, LabCampus and six other innovative projects in the exhibition area in the southern departure area of Terminal 2.