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embedded world 2016
23 - 25 February 2016
Nuremberg, Germany


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embedded world Conference 2016

23.-25.2.2016, Nuremberg, Germany


We would like to thank all attendees, speakers and committee for the successful conference 2015!

embedded world is the largest exhibition and conference for embedded systems technologies worldwide.

Now in its 13th year, embedded world has once again demonstrated convincingly that it is the international specialist event for the embedded community.

1,615 attendees and speakers from 42 countries networked with one another at the embedded world Conference and electronic displays Conference.

Conferences offered opportunity for dialog among experts

The two internationally celebrated conference highlights – embedded world Conference and electronic displays Conference – complete the excellent overall impression of the event. Some 1,615 visitors and speakers from 42 countries took part in the conferences.

Prestigious keynote speakers addressed real-world concerns, and workshops explored current developments and future challenges. Theory and practice were brought together and linked to the exhibition.

embedded world Conference: focusing on the Internet of Things

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.

We look forward to welcoming you in 2016!