Live trend themes and top supporting programme
- M2M and Display Areas larger than ever
- Show of products from young innovative companies
- STUDENT DAY: more than 1,000 students expected again
The embedded world Exhibition&Conference has constantly convinced the experts for a decade. It is bigger than ever in 2013. The trend themes ‘M2M’ and ‘Displays’ make a major contribution and these areas have grown again. The embedded world Exhibition&Conference from 26–28 February provides top-calibre knowledge, the latest products, highly specialized services, interesting special areas and an informative supporting programme. It is THE gathering of the international embedded community.
Record size of M2M AreaMachine-to-Machine Communication (M2M) is attracting a big response in 2013. This year there was such a big demand from the exhibiting companies that the organizers decided to add a second M2M Area. Around 25 exhibitors present their new products for wireless communication between machines in halls 4 and 5. Suppliers of components for wireless machine-to-machine communication and communication modules for terminal equipment, system integrators who implement remote maintenance solutions, and telecommunication companies wanting to develop the remote maintenance market reach their target groups by exhibiting in the M2M Area.
As in the past years, M2M communication will also be discussed at the embedded world Conference. The ‘M2M Communication I & II’ session is organized by the magazine Computer&AUTOMATION in cooperation with the M2M Alliance.
Pavilions from France, Serbia and the USAA variety of exhibiting companies from France present their products in a pavilion organized by the export promotion company Ubifrance in hall 4. They include the embedded specialists TECHWAY, Spectracom, AdaCore and Allfourtec.
Serbian companies in the embedded technologies segment can be found under the roof of SIEPA: Geneko, IMPT, Mikroelektronika, bitgear wireless designer and Seakus have registered to exhibit.
Six companies from the USA also exhibit in a pavilion of direct exhibitor PC/104, including Kontron, Sundance, Versalogic Cooperation, Adlink Technology and RTD Embedded Technologies.
Support for young innovative companiesThe area of the pavilion for young innovative companies is also growing. 11 firms have registered so far and occupy a display space of some 240 m². This is the largest number of exhibitors to date. The embedded newcomers presenting their top products and innovations here include companies such as ProximusDA, gestigon, Helion, Timing Architects, and many more.
STUDENT DAY 2013: focus on embedded securityAfter the great success of the last three events, more than 1,000 students are expected in Nürnberg again this year. A real highlight awaits the students: The organizers have gained Marc Witteman as speaker. Witteman is the founder and technical director of the ‘Riscure’ security laboratory and a highly esteemed expert throughout the world. He has many years of experience in the security industry. In his work as a security analyst he has developed tools for testing software and hardware security, which he will present at the embedded world STUDENT DAY.
Marc Witteman has been involved in a variety of security projects over two decades, including mobile communication and pay TV applications. In his most recent work he is occupied with programming and security problems in electronic passports.
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