Call for Papers embedded world Conference 2021

After the conference is before the conference: The Call for Papers for the embedded world Conference 2021 is open. Submit a paper until September 30th.

It was the last major event at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre before the Corona lock-down and before trade fairs are permitted again from September 1st. Even if social and business life is still far from returning to normal, it is time to look ahead to embedded world Conference 2021.

After long weeks of lock-down, we appreciate more than ever the real life come together of the community, where experienced professionals team up to share their valuable knowledge and help each other in order to turn ideas and innovations into leading edge solutions and products.

We see more and more Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in real applications using embedded and Internet of Things (IoT) architectures: from autonomous vehicles to image recognition and embedded vision systems to preventive and demand-driven maintenance in Industrial IoT systems, from small edge computers to high-performance cloud servers. And in-creasingly, these applications are interconnected, balancing edge, cloud, and fog computing – with all its challenges for software, hardware and system design, device and application management, security, safety, connectivity, verification and testing, and more. These developments do not only continue to promise immense possibilities and extensive business opportunities, but are also closely associated with many technical, economic, social and ethical issues. 

The embedded world Conference 2021 will cover all aspects of the development and application of embedded systems. You are invited to present future-oriented technologies and solutions, new ideas and smart concepts for efficient development and life cycle processes. Use your presentation to initiate discussions and to help other engineers and managers to benefit from your experience.

Present a technical paper, describe practical insights in a hands-on workshop, outline your experience from imple-mentation projects or present prototypes and application examples. Talks should be substantive, insightful and educational. Submissions promoting commercial technologies and products will not be accepted. Application-related contributions from research and pre-development are welcome to enrich the program.

If ongoing Covid-19 pandemic conditions prevent physical meetings, we plan to host a hybrid conference, making the best out of the given situation and allowing for maximum interaction possible using flexible and powerful online conference-tools. However, we will strive to be as real and as physically present as possible.

Please submit your proposal using the following link: Here you will also find detailed information. The Program Committee looks for-ward to receiving your submission by 30th September 2020.