Expertise for Embedded Specialists
embedded world is progressing exceptionally well. Already, the exhibition space booked in 2019 has been exceeded. And the prospects for the embedded world and electronic displays conferences are equally good; the conference programmes are already online. The theme of this year's embedded world conference - "Connecting Embedded Intelligence" - means that the conference is putting the spotlight on one of the key issues for the sector. The electronic displays conference will explore the latest issues relating to OLEDs, touch screens and a whole lot more.
As the global gathering place for the embedded sector, the embedded world conference will reflect the latest forward-looking trends. These will no doubt include machine learning and artificial intelligence. Thanks to comprehensive networking we now have access to huge volumes of data that can be evaluated and analysed to determine future strategies for action. The balancing act between processing data on site and sending it to the cloud is one of the key topics up for discussion at the conference. Accordingly, the conference theme is: "Connecting Embedded Intelligence".
But the conference will also devote plenty of attention to those hot topics that almost never lose relevance. They include hardware and software engineering that tries to strike a balance between cost pressure, innovation, quality and reliability. Another burning issue is the "Internet of Things". No other topic attracted so many abstracts.
Overall, the 2020 programme is subdivided into ten conference clusters:
1. Internet of Things
2. Connected Systems
3. Embedded OS
4. Functional Safety & Security
6. Software Engineering
7. Embedded Vision
8. Intelligent Systems
9. Embedded HMI & GUI
The individual clusters are made up of sessions and classes. Sessions take a morning or afternoon and consist mostly of half-hour presentations. The classes are limited to smaller groups and are similar to training courses, where participants can address a topic in detail and often complete practical exercises on the computer or on microprocessor circuit boards.
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