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Engineering the IoT: An RF Expert’s View on Technology Challenges


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embedded world Conference 2015

24.-26.2.2015, Nuremberg, Germany


Welcome to the embedded world Conference 2015: Registration now open!

We are the Internet of Things – that's the leitmotif of the embedded world Conference 2015 in Nuremberg. You will experience the 13th edition of the embedded world Conference self-confident and optimistic, as it is like no other event world-wide THE meeting point of the embedded systems community. It is where embedded hardware developers, software engineers, system architects and technical project managers rub their shoulders to anticipate the next milestones of IoT.

Register now and take advantage of the early bird discounts!

Being there means joining the avant-garde, the pioneers of a new technology that is determined to bring another revolution to our planet. Networked and energy-efficient, secure and reliable embedded systems are the backbone of IoT. But it's a long and onerous path before we get that far, with much still to do.

Within this scenario the embedded world Conference 2015 consequently invites innovative embedded systems developers to the Nuremberg event to cover the complete range of topics around Embedded Systems. This year, an Engineering Focus will additionally concentrate on the Internet of Things, and a second one on Security & Safety. Both topic areas are focal points of this year’s conference and will be discussed in full detail – from components to solutions. 

Review 2014:


The fourty person jury of renowned experts has composed an excellent, technically in-depth conference program from the large number of submitted contributions and invited papers. Members of leading European institutions like Fraunhofer Institutes and other research facilities and universities played an active role in shaping the conference agenda. For this reason too, attendees can expect papers of an impressive standard, plotting the future, but at the same time reflecting real practice and oriented on solutions.