CEDIM & Risklayer at the Hannover Messe 2022

Understanding Hazards – Assessing Risks – Strengthening Resilience

Time and again, storms, floods, earthquakes, and other extreme events cause many deaths and severe damage. Due to the global change, in particular climate change, population growth, urbanization, and our dependence on critical infrastructures, the frequency and effects of such events will increase significantly in future. Research by KIT’s Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology, CEDIM for short, is aimed at causes and at managing and preventing natural and technical risks.

From May 30 to June 2, 2022, CEDIM together with the KIT spin-off Risklayer present their work on disaster research at the Hannover Messe. KIT’s startup Risklayer models and analyzes these risks and identifies the solutions to reduce them.

Material for the Hannover Messe:


Bild Susanna Mohr
Future Hub: KIT stand in hall 2
Bild Susanna Mohr
Takeaway material from CEDIM & Risklayer


CEDIM & Risklayer in dialogue with fair visitors

CEDIM Spokesman Michael Kunz in dialogue with State Secretary Dirk Schrödter

Future Hub: KIT stand in hall 2 with CEDIM & Risklayer

CEDIM Managing Director Susanna Mohr at the Press Highlight Tour

CEDIM, Risklayer, and Climate Office in dialogue with KIT President Holger Hanselka

CEDIM and the South German Climate Office in dialogue with KIT Vice President Thomas Hirth

Takeaway material from CEDIM & Risklayer