The Embedded World Conference will soon be upon us, and many are predicting this year’s event will be the most successful yet. The conference held in Nuremberg, Germany from the 14th-16th March, has built itself a reputation as the best place for meeting and networking with peers from the international embedded community.

Having reached its fifteenth year, the conference is continually growing with this year’s display area expected to be considerably larger than last years, with 1000 exhibitors already expected to take part. The theme of the conference is ‘Securely Connecting the Embedded World’, with the main topics including Internet of Things, Security and Safety, Software and Systems Engineering, Hardware Engineering, Embedded OS and management Focus.

Keynote speeches on the topical issues of ‘The Internet of Things’ and ‘Security and Safety’ will also be a hugely important element of the conference held by Rick Clemmer, CEO of NXP and Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional Safety Technologist at Intel.

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