22. Juli 2021, 09:46 Uhr | Joachim Kroll
Let's meet in Nuremberg: embedded world 2022 will again take place as a »physical« exhibition and conference event. The call for papers for the embedded world Conference is now open until 22 September 2021.
NürnbergMesse and WEKA as conference organizers are again planning a physical event for embedded world from 15 to 17 March 2022. In Germany, fairs are permitted from 1 September 2021. With the IAA Mobility (International Automobile Exhibition) from 7 to 12 September, a major event is going to happen in Munich. Nuremberg will also resume its trade fair operations.
According to NürnbergMesse, the exhibitors' pre-registrations for embedded world 2022 already exceed the organizer's expectations. NürnbergMesse has prepared for the restart with a sophisticated ventilation and hygiene concept.
Thanks to advances in vaccination, visitors will most likely have no problems travelling to Nuremberg. For conference speakers who are not yet allowed to travel internationally by company policy, there will be a limited number of virtual speaking slots.
The embedded world Conference is the world's leading embedded conference. The event's slogan 2022 is »intelligent.connected.embedded«. This motto picks up on the key trends in the embedded industry: Advances in AI, both on the hardware and software side; connectivity as a prerequisite for technical innovation as well as a challenge in terms of safety and security; embedded as a comprehensive cross-sectional technology that is moving into more and more applications. A special feature of the embedded world Exhibition&Conference is the systems concept: the scope of the exhibition ranges from components to complete systems. The conference program offers presentations from an overview perspective to the technical »deep dive«. Specialists and generalists from all disciplines will meet and match at the exhibition and conference.
Interested speakers can submit their papers until 22 September 2021. The Call for Papers lists eleven topics:
The Conference Website provides detailed information on this. In addition, creative concepts and »crazy ideas« with technical depth and/or discussion potential are welcome.