Following its 15th round, embedded world has once again impressively reinforced its status as the No. 1 international gathering for the embedded system technology sector.
The professional community was impressed by the concurrent embedded world and electronic displays conferences: 1,796 embedded and display experts from all over the world (+8%) travelled to Nuremberg to enjoy professional dialogue and knowledge-sharing.
The theme of the embedded world conference was "Securely Connecting the Embedded World". As well as the two main thematic focus areas “Internet of Things” and “Security & Safety”, the programme included another four conference clusters: “Software & Systems Engineering”, “Hardware Engineering”, “Embedded OS” and “Management Focus”.
The individual clusters were made up sessions and classes and so allowed participants to choose between highly topical, practice-based content or technically sophisticated tutorials devoted to exploring an issue in greater depth. The keynotes addresses were given by Dr. Mathias Wagner, Chief Security Officer, NXP and Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional Safety Technologist, Intel.
"In numerous conversations with conference delegates and company representatives the great importance attached to the embedded world exhibition and conference was confirmed again and again. Visitors and conference delegates take home ideas, practical solutions and inspiration that put them in a favourable position to tackle the tasks ahead of them,'' says Professor Matthias Sturm, Chair of both the Advisory Committee of embedded world and the Steering Board of the embedded world conference.
»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.«