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Due to complications caused by the ongoing pandemic, Embedded 2022 has been postponed. The next face to face edition will take place between 21-26 June 2022. Embedded World 2022 will be held in a hybrid format. The event will take place as a digital and in-person event. Key players in the internet industry will be able to meet experts, acquire new clients, and learn what is new in the world of embedded systems from home. They can also attend the event at Nuremberg Messe. The venue will feature strict COVID-19 prevention measures to ensure the safety of participants. This will include a stringent 3G entry policy. Attendees must show immunisation passports, negative test results or proof of recovery before entry.
A Brief Overview of Embedded World
You can learn a lot about the progress made in the fields of hardware, software, and system development at Embedded World. Distinguished as the largest international trade fair for the embedded systems field, Embedded World boasts unrivalled attendance numbers and an in-depth representation of technological breakthroughs. Nuremberg, Germany is set to launch another successful edition with an exciting and informative support program.
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Why Your Visit Is Worth It
Embedded World certainly presents many advantages for businesses and professionals in the embedded technology world, because the industry undergoes rapid transformations all the time. To stay ahead of the curve, you need to be at the forefront of each new trend, and this trade fair is a launchpad for me. Not surprising since there are:
- 49,000 square metres of exhibition space;
- 1000+ international exhibitors from over 50 countries;
- 32,000+ international trade visitors from over 70 countries.
As a concept, Embedded World is fairly new as the first-ever edition was held back in 2003 at the Messezentrum Nuremberg, which remains the event’s home to this day. To accommodate all that’s happening in the industry, the format runs on an annual basis and the focus falls on a mix of innovation and networking. Where the product portfolio is concerned, the entire value chain is laid out for visitors to see in one place. Visitors can see, touch and test out electronic systems, bus controllers, computer modules, measuring devices, memory chips, microcontrollers, operating systems, optoelectronic components, microprocessors, software libraries, system integration and rapid prototyping systems among many others.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
Embedded World manages an even divide between visitors and exhibitors from Germany and from abroad. In terms of where outside Germany people come, the majority arrive from the European Union with a small portion from African countries and the USA. In terms of industry, the background is varied – automotive, information technology and telecommunications, industrial and consumer electronics, military and aerospace technology are some industries to send representatives. We also look at the breakdown of professional breakdowns. Organizer provided data shows the biggest group of professionals comes from research and development. After that, there’s management, marketing and distribution, design, training, procurement and maintenance to name a few.
Embedded World 2021
02.03.2021 - 04.03.2021
Edition was held digital to prevent the fast spread of COVID-19.
Key Theme Lectures
Embedded World 2020
25.02.2020 - 27.02.2020
Embedded World 2019
26.02.2019 - 28.02.2019
EMBEDDED WORLD 2018
27.02.2018 - 01.03.2018
EMBEDDED WORLD 2017
14.03.2017 - 16.03.2017
How to get to Embedded World
Nuremberg Airport – not advisable
Nuremberg Central Station – 1 hr via Allersberger Strasse
Nuremberg Airport – 30 mins via B4R
Nuremberg Central Station – 10 mins via Münchener Strasse
By Public Transport
Nuremberg Airport – 30 mins via U-Bahns U2 and U1
Nuremberg Central Station – 10 mins via U-Bahn U1