Following success at National Electronics Week 2014, organisers have announced that Embedded Masterclass will return to the 2015 event, scheduled from 21st to 22nd April.
National Electronics Week 2014 received a total of more than 4,300 visitors with 500 stating embedded as their primary area of interest and another 1,100 saying it was one of their other interests.
Embedded Masterclass is a dedicated engineering design conference for the embedded community, intending to create a strong marketing platform for electronics engineers to meet key buyers and service providers. Both this and National Electronics Week aim to provide a technical forum where electronics engineers can meet industry experts and key vendors, as well as to discover what is happening at the forefront of embedded software and hardware technologies.
By bringing together these two events, delegates can make best use of their time away from the office, having a fantastic opportunity to learn and engage with key industry experts in one arena. The exhibition will have a dedicated Embedded Zone with a seminar theatre giving delegates time to engage with suppliers, view demo areas and discuss industry issues.
“We are very pleased to see the return of the Embedded Masterclass at National Electronics Week; we have been working hard with the team to develop improvements on our 2014 offering and are confident that the 2015 event will give delegates and exhibitors a strong platform do to business and learn about the latest technologies and projects," commented Claire Saunders, Event Director, NEW Events.