Embedded World has long been regarded as the ‘go-to’ place to gain insight on embedded system technologies, and is a great opportunity to discover innovations and meet many field experts.

Exhibitors and Trade Visitors

In its 17th year, the event received more visitors and exhibitors than ever – with over 31,000 trade visitors and over 1000 worldwide companies attending.

This year’s event has received nothing but positive feedback, with more than 96% of visitors stating that they would take part again in 2020 even before this year’s event was over. Feedback from exhibiting companies was also positive with 90% expressing interest in booking a stand for next year.

Expertise on Electronic Displays

This year, alongside the trade show, the Electronic Displays Conference once again ran, covering the latest display technologies such as LCD, touch screens, optical bonding, display systems and cutting-edge HDR technology.

As one of the most important European B2B platforms for display technologies, the conference received excellent feedback, with Professor Karl Heinz Blankenbach, chair of the congress advisory council for the electronic displays conference stating “The conference, which has grown yet again, was an outstanding event. The feedback from participants shows that this year’s topics once again hit the spot”.

Highlights include keynotes on display trends and micro LEDs, and four sessions on automotive displays.

Embedded Intelligence

This year, the Embedded World conference chose ‘embedded intelligence’ as its key theme, focusing on high-performance computers and the capability of processes/integrated circuits in the embedded sector.

The conference focused on how the availability of suitable algorithms have improved or have become so inexpensive, that new technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence are being used in more and more applications. Professor Axel Sikora, chairman of the embedded world conference and advisory board said “The comprehensive content we offered on “embedded intelligence” provided very good insights into a topical issue. The conference once again demonstrated the importance of knowledge-sharing among experts, particularly in the case of highly topical issues.”

Napier at Embedded World 2019

Napier had several clients exhibiting or speaking at this year’s event and arranged several editor meetings. These clients and their products have generated a huge amount of coverage across the European technology press and I am sure that many of them won’t hesitate in returning to Embedded World in 2020.