With electronica 2020 going purely virtual this year, Aspencore will be running the Embedded Forum and the Power Electronics Forum with a variety of online presentations from 9th-12th November 2020.

A full conference program will run on all four days across both forums, with presentations showing the latest technology and market trends, as well as new products, strategies, applications and related topics.

In the Power Electronics Forum, each day will have its own theme, kicking off with Power Management on Monday 9th November, followed by Power Supplies, Power Semiconductors & Components and finishing up with Energy Storage on Thursday 12th.

Subjects expected to be covered include wide band gap semiconductors, renewable energies, smart grids and motion control.

The Embedded Forum will also cover the hottest topics in the industry, from edge intelligence to security and the Internet of Things. The pre-recorded presentations will be up to 40 minutes long, with a Q&A session depending on length.

With these forums only marking two of the forum programs expected at virtual electronica, and as more information is revealed about what exhibitors and visitors can expect, we are looking forward to seeing how the industry responds and whether this virtual trade show format will be a success.

For further information on what to expect from electronica virtual, please click here.