Embedded World

27 Feb - 01 Mar 2018
Exhibition Centre, Nuremberg, Germany

Embedded World is an annual event focussed on the growing level of technology that uses software adn firmware embedded into electronic products

Embedded software enables an increasing level of sophistication to be added to products.

Each year the Embedded World Exhibition & Conference in Nuremberg provides the 'embedded' community with the opportunity to obtain information about new products and innovations, enter into an exchange and to maintain and develop valuable contacts.

The Embedded World conference and exhibition attracts 900 exhibitors that present state-of-the-art technology in all facets of embedded technologies, from construction elements, modules and complete systems through to operating systems and software, hard and software tools right up to services covering all aspects of embedded systems.

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Date 27 Feb - 01 Mar 2018
Location Exhibition Centre, Nuremberg, Germany
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