Keynote Speaker 2018 confirmed!

Mark Papermaster, CTO and SVP of Technology and Engineering, AMD, and
Andrea Martin, DACH CTO & Global Markets Technical Executive, IBM, will be the Keynote Speaker 2018.

Program online – register now!

"Embedded Goes Autonomous" is the theme of the embedded world Conference 2018.

The combination of 13 classes and 36 sessions over three days enables you as a conference attendee to take home a maximum of valuable know-how.

With a program of high-quality and solution-oriented presentations, the embedded world Conference 2018 aims to once more contribute to the success of an industry that has now become an essential part of the technological future and, as such, a basis for our continued economic success.

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.

Register now to ensure your attendance and benefit from attractive early booking rates until January 17, 2018!

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The forty 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.