The embedded world Conference and the electronic displays Conference bring together applied research and industrial innovation – and an international community of speakers and participants.
Both conferences will be held together with the trade fair from June 21 to 23, 2022. The calls for papers met with a great response at both the embedded world Conference and the electronic displays Conference. This also reflected the great interest of the speakers in being able to exchange ideas live on site again, with the audience present, discussions during breaks, visits to the stands and the informal opportunities for networking. In this respect, WEKA as conference organizer immediately supported NuernbergMesse's idea of moving embedded world.
The embedded world Conference program picks up on the technical development trends in hardware and software, tools and platforms. These developments are also reflected in the motto "intelligent.connected.embedded".
"Embedded systems are a cross-sectional technology that encompasses many aspects. Accordingly, the range of topics at the embedded world Conference is broad: Internet-of-Things, connectivity, hardware, software and systems engineering, safety and security, system-on-chip design, embedded vision, human-machine interaction or autonomous systems," explains Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora, Offenburg University of Applied Sciences and Chairman of the embedded world Conference. "In addition, new and current topics will also be addressed in special sessions. These include, in particular, RISC-V, high-performance embedded architectures and open-source solutions."
From the numerous submissions, the program committee has once again put together an interesting program with nearly 200 presentations. In addition, there will be 11 half- or full-day classes as well as the keynotes.
The keynote on the first day of the conference will be held by Steve Douglass, CEO Lattice Semiconductor. His topic: "Embracing Change: The Mandate for Success in the Next Generation of Embedded Design." Steve Douglass has already confirmed the new date in June.
Another keynote will be delivered by Dr. Matthias Klauda, Robert Bosch, on "Brains and Nerves of Future Mobility – E/E Architectures of the Vehicle and Beyond." Using the example of future vehicles, Dr. Klauda will outline the enormous increase in complexity and the associated trends towards cross-domain or even domain-independent vehicle computers. They require new ways of system design, system validation and methods of collaboration between disciplines in the automotive industry.
The program of the electronic Displays Conference includes 65 presentations, promising a wide-ranging and highly informative event. Highlights are the nine keynotes covering the relevant topics of the future. International experts will be speaking on the topics of display markets, automotive interfaces from BMW and AR/VR from Osram, micro-LEDs and 3D displays from Bosch. The presentations are spread across sessions on automotive topics, touch and optical bonding, gesture control, display metrology and electronics, and GUI/HMI and system aspects. Between sessions, speakers will be available to answer questions during the tried-and-tested "Author Interviews", and coffee and lunch breaks can be used for intensive networking and exchange of views.
The programs of the conferences can be found on the respective homepages:
Due to the postponement of the dates, there may still be changes in the program if individual speakers are unable to attend the new date.