27 February - 1 March 2018 // Nuremberg, Germany

Press releases about embedded world

March 2013
Biggest embedded event a success
  • Safety, security and ultra-low power concern the embedded world
  • Excellent mood among the more than 22,500 trade visitors and some 900 exhibitors
  • Student Day attracts more than 1,000 university students again
embedded world closed after another three very successful days of intensive exhibition activity and top-class knowledge transfer. With some 900 exhibitors in five halls and more than 22,500 trade visitors and conference participants from 58 countries, it is the world’s biggest and most important embedded event for the whole value chain of embedded system technology.
“The dynamic and spirit of development in the halls could be literally felt. The mood was excellent. This year’s embedded world once again confirms its significance as the most important and biggest event for the international embedded community,” says Richard Krowoza, Member of the Management Board at NürnbergMesse.
The event kicked off with a dazzling array of information that continued during the exhibition and at the conferences: Stuart McClure fascinated the audience with his keynote containing highly topical and new information on embedded security. He made the invisible visible for the participants.

The world-renowned conferences with first-class international speakers, the embedded world Conference and the electronic displays Conference, were also very successful. “The development of the conferences is extraordinary. Here trends are set and the way paved for future developments. The smartest minds on the embedded scene from all over the world meet in Nürnberg. They exchange ideas at the highest level and advance the sector with their ideas, developments and innovative products. Safety, security and ultra-low power were the key pioneering themes this year and were discussed intensively in the halls and at the conferences,” says Professor Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sturm, HTWK Leipzig, Chairman of the embedded world Conference Committee and the embedded world Exhibition Committee.

The embedded world STUDENT DAY took place this year for the fourth time in succession and was also geared to embedded security. More than
1,000 university students from all over Germany and Austria were delighted with the guest lecture by Marc Witteman, who spoke on effective protective measures for embedded systems to prevent hacking attacks.

The next embedded world Exhibition&Conference takes place in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 25–27 February 2014.

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