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Embedded World 2011

Embedded World 2011


The embedded world Exhibition & Conference 2011 in Nuremberg is the world’s biggest event around Embedded Technologies. No marketing, but firsthand know-how as well as advice and tips from the experts covering all aspects of Embedded Systems development set the tone of this event.

The embedded world Conference 2011 is something special. New ideas that have materialized in the hands of embedded system developers in recent months are being presented and discussed for the first time. Plus innovative problem solutions devised during this same time span in the areas of hardware, software and tools. Attendees are able to profit first hand from the knowledge and expertise of the most illustrious workers in the field. 

The thirty person jury of reputed experts has composed an excellent, technically in-depth conference program from the large number of submitted contributions and invited papers. Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits (IIS) in Erlangen as well as the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Architecture and Software Technology (FIRST) in Berlin played an active role in shaping the program. For this reason too, attendees can expect papers of an impressive standard, plotting the future, but at the same time reflecting real practice and oriented on solutions. 

The variety of topics in the field of embedded system development is constantly growing. The embedded world Conference 2011 aims to offer participants a means of orientation, to set trends, present solutions, and consequently focuses on keynote themes that are of significance for the entire embedded community today or will be in the near future. 

More information about the event can be found at

Start date:  03/01/2011
End date:  03/03/2011
Venue:  Nuremberg, Germany

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