embedded world names Embedded Computing Design North American Content Partner

February 03, 2021

Press Release

embedded world names Embedded Computing Design North American Content Partner

Scottsdale, AZ – February 2nd, 2021 – embedded world, the largest global gathering of embedded designers, developers and technology companies, today announced a new partnership with Embedded Computing.

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This year’s digital-only event takes place virtually March 1-5, 2021. Under the terms of the agreement, Embedded Computing Design will be the content partner for embedded world for a special session for North America. 

Richard Nass, Executive Vice President of Embedded Computing Design, will coordinate interactive sessions, panels, and roundtables covering the hottest trends and technologies around embedded systems. Topics will include, but are not be limited to, Industrial IoT, AI/ML, Security, Analog/Power, and 5G.

“We’re very excited about partnering with embedded world,” Nass stated. “embedded world is the leading global event and Embedded Computing Design is the leading content provider in North America; it’s a great fit for both parties.”

“The partnership allows embedded world 2021 to expand its footprint on a global scale and share more lectures, new products and innovations, and product presentations,” said Executive Director of embedded world Benedikt Weyerer.

Prof. Dr. Axel Sikora, chairman of embedded world, adds, “embedded world deals with embedded systems with all its complex facets. It is important to include different viewpoints and discuss them against the manifold requirements around the globe”.

For more information follow #ew21 or #ew21digital on Twitter or visit https://www.embedded-world.com/ or  https://www.embeddedcomputing.com/topics/embeddedworld.

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