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embedded world is progressing well, already, the exhibition space booked in 2019 has been exceeded. And the prospects for the embedded world and electronic displays conferences are equally good; the conference programmes are already online. The theme of this year’s embedded world conference – ‘Connecting Embedded Intelligence’ – means that the conference is putting the spotlight on one of the key issues for the secto...
Promoting new talent at embedded world 2020
The startup area and the pavilion for innovative young companies is opening the door to newcomers to the international embedded community and creating two opportunities for firms to gain a foothold in this environment at embedded world 2020.
Records broken at embedded world 2019
In its 17th year, embedded world impressed the global embedded community and reportedly excelled across the board. The results for visitor and exhibitor numbers and display area were outstanding: around 31,000 trade visitors, the second best visitor total since the trade fair began, and 1,117 companies from all over the world flocked to the eight percent larger display area at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg.
Awards for innovative products at embedded world
The embedded awards were presented once again at the traditional awards ceremony on 26th February 2019. For the 15th time, the coveted industry accolades recognised the most innovative development achievements in the traditional categories hardware, software and tools. For the first time this year, prizes were also awarded in the new categories embedded vision and startups.
Experts talk about embedded intelligence
More than two decades ago, the event that was the precursor to the embedded world conference had put the spotlight on embedded intelligence. Back then, it was more of a vision of the future; in the meantime, embedded intelligence is becoming more and more relevant and is shaping an increasing number of systems.
‘Safe for the Future’ at embedded world 2019
Following the success of the event in the last three years, the panel discussion on 27th February, the second day of the embedded world Exhibition & Conference 2019, will enter its fourth round. Under the theme ‘Safe for the Future’, Exhibition Centre Nuremberg will once cover all aspects of the safety and security of embedded systems and the protection of computers and communication channels.
Premiere: start-up area at embedded world 2019
For the first time ever there will be a start-up area at the embedded world, which will take place at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 26th to 28th February 2019. The special presentation area at the heart of the trade fair offers young companies from the embedded technology sector an opportunity to present themselves to the international embedded community.
High-calibre knowledge for the embedded world
The embedded world is developing brilliantly, the prospects are good for the embedded world Conference and the electronic displays Conference, the programs of which are already available. The motto for this year’s embedded world Conference is ‘Embedded Intelligence’, focusing on a central issue in the industry. The electronic displays Conference deals with the latest topics relating to OLEDs and touchscreens.
Annual networking highlight for students
The Student Day has long been established as one of the highlights of the embedded world Exhibition&Conference, which is taking place for the 10th time in 2019. The crowning touch on the third day of the fair will be the presentation ‘Maps as Collective Brains for Vehicle Automation’ by Dr Ralf G. Herrtwich, Senior Vice President Automotive, HERE Technologies.
And the winner is... embedded world awards announced
On 27th February 2018, the first day of the embedded world exhibition and conference, the eyes of the embedded community were once again drawn to Nuremberg for the traditional presentation of the embedded awards. For the 14th time, the coveted industry accolade recognises the most innovative development achievements in the categories hardware, software and tools.
Graduating from embedded world with honours
The first day of last week’s embedded world exhibition in Nuremberg saw the embedded AWARDS ceremony recognise the most innovative development related accomplishments in the hardware, software and tools categories. Dr Roland Fleck, the Managing Director of NürnbergMesse, and Professor Matthias Sturm, the Chair of the jury, handed over the prizes.
Is embedded vision the next big thing?
Experts believe that autonomous driving will be one of the major trends in the years and decades to come. Camera-based safety systems will pave the way for self-driving cars and many other innovations. Many opportunities created by these embedded vision systems can only be imagined – but they are on their way.
Be secure, be safe
Steve Rogerson explores the issues that will be raised in the automotive security session at Embedded World.
Everything and anything you need to know about embedded world
Again supporting the efficiency and innovative strength of the global embedded industry with first-class specialist knowledge, is this year’s embedded world Conference and electronic displays conference. The central objectives of the conferences are to provide specifically targeted knowledge, to highlight trends and current themes, to offer a glimpse into the future and to facilitate a dialogue between experts.
The biggest embedded world ever closes with new records
Once again, the embedded world Exhibition and Conference has confirmed its outstanding role for the international embedded community. This year’s event broke new records after three action-packed and exciting days of trade fair and congress: 30,063 trade visitors (+17%), around a third of whom were from outside Germany, and 939 exhibiting companies (+4%) from 38 countries.
embedded AWARDS 2016 presented in a festive ceremony
The embedded AWARDS 2016 were presented at a festive ceremony held during an international press tour on the first day of the embedded world 2016 on 23rd February 2016. The coveted award is a prize that the embedded community awards to its most active and innovative members.
embedded world announces 12th annual award nominees
The embedded AWARD has already become established as a great tradition. For the 12th time in succession, the embedded AWARDS will recognise especially innovative products and developments in the categories hardware, software and tools. The coveted industry awards will be presented during the international press tour on the first day of the fair on 23rd February 2016, when an independent, high-calibre jury will announce the winners.
Aiming to set new records – embedded world 2016 preview
embedded world, taking place in the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre from 23rd-25th February 2016, will once again be supporting the efficiency and innovative strength of the global embedded industry. The central objectives of the conferences are to provide specifically targeted knowledge, to highlight trends and current themes, to offer a glimpse into the future and to facilitate a dialogue between experts. Electronic Specifier Editor Joe Bush takes ...
Embedded experts gather for summit meeting
With the publication of the Call for Papers, the organisers of the 2016 embedded world and electronic displays conferences have initiated the submission phase and given the green light for the 2016 event. Once again, the two conferences will explore the hot topics in embedded systems and displays and provide a high-calibre thematic accompaniment to the exhibition.
A record-breaking 902 companies exhibit at embedded world
Now in its 13th year, embedded world has once again demonstrated that it is the international specialist event for the embedded community. Over 25,500 trade visitors came to Nuremberg to learn about the latest innovations in embedded systems technology. 902 exhibitors (+5%) from 37 countries reflected the entire spectrum of the industry. 1,615 attendees and speakers from 42 countries networked with one another at the embedded world Conference and...