More successful than ever on tenth anniversary

(PresseBox) ( Nürnberg, )
- Well over 20,000 trade visitors for the first time
- Conferences show the way to the embedded future
- Over 1,000 students at the STUDENT DAY

The successful embedded world 2012 ended with two new records: 22,262 trade visitors from all over the world (+ 17 %) and 872 international exhibitors - up nine per cent over the previous year - make the tenth embedded world the biggest in the history of this event. "The embedded world Exhibition&Conference has shown once again that it is the top get-together for the embedded community. The rapid development in this sector is tangible at embedded world. The extension to five exhibition halls provided room for even more engineering know-how and pioneering innovations across all areas of the sector," explains Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sturm, HTWK Leipzig, Chairman of the embedded world Exhibition Committee. The two renowned conferences - the embedded world Conference and the electronic displays Conference - were just as powerful. With 19 per cent more participants and speakers, they confirm their position as outstanding working platforms for embedded experts.

The excellent result was rounded off by the embedded world STUDENT DAY: Over 1,000 university students from all over Germany and Austria used the embedded world to make valuable contacts with the sector. As the highlight of this event, they experienced an exciting exclusive lecture by MP3 co-inventor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Herre, International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, who impressively demonstrated the possibilities of modern audio signal processing.

The next embedded world Exhibition&Conference takes place from 26-28 February 2013.

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