Things to Look Forward to at Embedded World 2019

Coming up on February 26th – 28th is one of our favorite conferences of the season… Embedded World! If you are not familiar with this conference, check out the official description below.

Be it security for electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the Internet of Things, or e-mobility and energy efficiency – the embedded world trade fair in Nuremberg enables you to experience the whole world of embedded systems.

From the Embedded World website.

To get ready for this amazing event, we will be counting down some of the top things we are excited to see in Nuremberg, Germany this year!

1.Peeking into the future of electronics– Embedded World has a focus on creativity for developers and decision-makers alike. Through presentations of future-orientated innovations, this conference aims to inspire leading minds in the field.

2. Mass gathering and networking of developers– Come face to face with the top trends and trendsetters in the world of embedded technology in a fast-paced environment. The efficient nature of this conference makes it easy to meet like-minded individuals in the field quickly and jump right into great conversations.

3. Cutting edge demonstrations involving embedded technologies– Since the first conference in 2003 Embedded World has had an emphasis on workshops and demonstrations from those in the field. Digilent will also be participating (at Booth Number: Hall 3 / 3-610) with a presentation on our Embedded Vision kit along with a live demo. We will also be having a give-away for the Analog Discovery 2 once a day to booth attendees!

Please feel free to come say hi to us this year and let us know in the comments below what you are looking forward to in your schedule at Embedded World 2019!

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About Miranda Hansen

I enjoy creative writing, engineering, thinking, building, exploring and sharing with people. Huge aficionado of spending time thinking about things that “don’t matter.” I am very interested in unconstrained creativity. I love cross-discipline ideas and all of their integration into complete original systems. And I like things that do things.

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