embedded world 2020 Conference Program is Online

Keynote-Vortrag von Jean-Marc Chery, STMicroelectronics, auf der embedded world Conference 2019.
The embedded world has a conference program consisting of more than 250 presentations.

The embedded world Conference and the electronic displays Conference will once again take place as part of the embedded world trade fair in Nuremberg. The programs of both conferences are now available online.

This year's embedded world Conference takes place from February 25-27 in Nurnberg, Germany. It will have the motto »Connecting Embedded Intelligence«. It takes up last year's topic once again and extends it to include connectivity. Today, the ubiquitous networking allows huge amounts of data to be collected, evaluated and analyzed in order to derive action strategies for the future. The extent to which data is processed on site and what is sent to the cloud - this is to be discussed at the conference.

But there will also be plenty of hot topics at the embedded world Conference: hardware and software engineering are caught between cost pressure, innovation, quality and reliability. And the Internet of Things is not yet finished.

The 2020 programme is divided into ten conference clusters: Internet of Things, Connected Systems, Embedded OS, Functional Safety & Security, Hardware Engineering, Software Engineering, Embedded Vision, Intelligent Systems, Embedded HMI & GUI and System-on-Chip. Here you will find detailed information: www.embedded-world.eu

In 2020, the electronic displays Conference will offer the most comprehense program of all time, which for the first time will take place in three parallel conference tracks. Over two days (February 26 and 27), developers, scientists and users of electronic displays will be able to find out about current display technologies such as LCD, touch, display systems and the promising HDR technology. Eight top-class keynote speakers will come to Nuremberg to present the latest display trends and technologies. Here you will find detailed information: www.electronic-displays.de