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embedded world Conference 2016

23.-25.2.2016, Nuremberg, Germany


Welcome to embedded world Conference 2016

"We are the Internet of Things" is the theme for a meeting of the world's best embedded developers and engineers at the embedded world Conference 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany. In recent years, the embedded community, through technical competence and an ongoing exchange of knowledge and expertise, has proven they are continually innovating and sharing real-world experiences.

Each year, an ever increasing number of embedded devices are combining to create a worldwide network of autonomous embedded systems – the Internet of Things. New technologies always entail risks; the actors on this stage must play their roles strategically, with due responsibility and far-sightedness, to create a secure Internet of Things.
Register now to ensure your attendance and benefit from attractive early booking terms until January 27, 2016.

26 Sessions and 15 Classes!

In the sessions of the conference program you hear developers and decision-makers present a variety of ideas for solutions and their experience in Embedded Systems development in concise half-hour talks. Plus a summary view of selected technologies and current trends.

Quite different the classes – in workshops lasting half a day or throughout the day reputed experts speak on special topics. This format is aimed primarily at participants who want to familiarize basically, thoroughly and efficiently in a subject matter. Straightforward dialog with the experts helps to clarify specific questions. And is an excellent opportunity of quickly expanding your current expertise. The classes are didactic to guarantee maximum learning goals.

With classes on topics like (Embedded) Linux, Eclipse, Android, C/C++, Development Methodology, Security, Safety, Wireless, AUTOSAR or Ultra Low Power the embedded world Conference covers in detail a broad range of substantial aspects of Embedded System development. To offer developers competent technical groundwork both compact and concentrated.

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Review embedded world Conference 2015:

Photo: NürnbergMesse

Photo: NürnbergMesse

The theme of embedded world 2015, “We are the Internet of Things,” pervaded every aspect of the event.

This tone was set right from the outset in the opening keynote of Tyson Tuttle, CEO of Silicon Labs and an experienced engineer for wireless communications. Tuttle explained how the Internet of Things (IoT) will bring not only more convenience and usability but also greater health and safety. He outlined how current and future IoT hardware and software platforms form hubs, and spoke about the challenges that tomorrow’s IoT components will have to overcome. Networked components will have to be highly energy-efficient, reliable, secure, and user-friendly.

“The extraordinary popularity of this keynote continues the tradition of successful opening keynotes at embedded world. Attendees took advantage of the extensive conference program to prepare themselves for the tough challenges associated with the IoT. This really underscores the significance of the conference for the community and exhibition,” boasts Dr. Matthias Sturm, Chairman of the embedded world Exhibition Committee.


Attendees quotes:

»Excellent!« * »Interesting topic, presenter’s enthusiasm is refreshing…« *
»The class gave me an in-depth insight into Android that will be very useful to my future developments« * »Great! I’d like to hear it again. Next year for my colleagues« * »Very interesting, near to practice« * »Very good training and a complete overview of different scenarios. Thank you!« * »Very informative and knowledgable instructor« * »A very interesting course, which actually gives a whole idea about how to implement linux… I greatly appreciate the opportunity of attending it.«