Embedded World cancels physical show in March, goes digital

October 16, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Embedded World cancels physical show in March, goes digital
The Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg has moved to a digital-only show, cancelling its physical presence.

"Unfortunately, the current and evolving landscape of the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted us to make a difficult decision: embedded world 2021 will not take place as an in-person event in the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre," said the organisers.

The digital version, embedded world 2021 DIGITAL, will run for five days from March 1-5 2021.

The virtual format includes digital exhibitor forums and other interactive formats such as company-specific networking tables or space for open discussions. There will also be a 'matchmaking' function to ensure that interested parties find the right exhibitors and vice versa. 

"Feedback from the embedded community has shown us that the desire to interact, network and communicate with other professionals and embedded experts remains strong, even throughout this challenging time. With the timely decision to host embedded world 2021 digitally, we are now creating the necessary planning security - for exhibitors and participants. The embedded world Exhibition&Conference DIGITAL at the beginning of March 2021 offers experts from all over the world the ideal opportunity for professional dialogue," said Benedikt Weyerer, Director Exhibition embedded world, NürnbergMesse.

"We remain optimistic about what the future brings and are setting the course for a successful embedded world 2022 in the familiar environment in Nuremberg on March 15-17, 2022," say the organisers.

www.embedded-world.de

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