embedded world had a successful return this month, after previously being postponed due to COVID-19.
As an event that has long been regarded as the ‘go-to’ place to gain insight into embedded system technologies, it was great to see the show back in full force, with more than 720 exhibitors from 39 countries present, showcasing their latest developments.
With over 18,000 international embedded experts from 76 countries attending the show across the three-day event, it’s clear to see that the industry has embraced the return of face-to-face networking.
Benedikt Weyerer, Director of Exhibition at embedded world, NürnbergMesse commented “I am overwhelmed by the dynamism, energy and innovative spirit of the embedded industry that was clearly evident during the three days of the show. The security of electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the Internet of Things and solutions for future subjects such as e-mobility and energy efficiency – there are so many trends and exhibitors are addressing pressing issues and already presenting marketable products.”
The embedded world and electronic displays conference also drew a crowd of around 1,000 attendees and speakers from 42 countries; which offered the opportunity to interact with top-class experts and colleagues in 196 presentations, 10 classes, 3 keynotes, and six expert panels to exchange technical information and knowledge. embedded world’s digital content was also well received with over 3,900 visitors accessing the platform.
Although visitors were down around 1/3 compared to pre-COVID levels (in 2019 around 30,895 visitors attended), it certainly didn’t feel that way. In fact, stands seemed very busy, with footfall consistent and several companies commenting how successful it had been for them.
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