embedded world postponed to 21 – 23 June 2022

embedded world postponed to 21 – 23 June 2022
21 Jun 2022
23 Jun 2022
To meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to plan with the maximum possible confidence, the embedded world Exhibition&Conference 2022 has been rescheduled:

The Embedded World 2022 exhibition has been postponed from March to June

In close consultation with exhibitors the decision has  been taken to postpone the exhibition and accompanying conferences until 21-23 June 2022 say the organisers.

“By deciding at an early stage to defer embedded world 2022 until summer, we are meeting the wishes of many exhibitors and enabling them to plan with confidence. We are very grateful for the many constructive conversations with industry representatives, which provided significant encouragement for this decision. Together with the exhibitors, we are looking forward to seeing the international embedded community again in Nuremberg from 21 to 23 June next year,” said Benedikt Weyerer, Executive Director embedded world.

The embedded world Conference will be held in parallel with the exhibition. As usual, this highly regarded conference will focus on the latest topics of interest, and participants can look forward to seeing mega-trends on the agenda. Professor Axel Sikora, Chairman of the embedded world Conference, is looking forward to the 20th event in the series: “The embedded world Conference 2022 will once again highlight the current state of research and development. This will be another opportunity for us to combine wide-ranging themes relating to the development of complex, comprehensive systems with special themes of current interest such as RISC‑V and solutions to problems in times when supplies of chips are tight, and also long-term mega-trends such as artificial intelligence (AI), open source solutions and secure connectivity. The embedded world Conference brings together the leading thinkers in this area, who are already developing innovations for the future.”

In the area of display technology, the electronic displays Conference brings together researchers, developers and decision-makers. “Micro-LEDs and OLEDs are a hot topic for 2022, for example,” said the Chair of the Conference Committee, Professor Karlheinz Blankenbach from the University of Pforzheim.


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