Embedded world exhibition and conference, Germany

January 4, 2006

Brussels, 03 Jan 2006

The embedded world exhibition and conference will take place in Nuremberg, Germany, from 14 to 16 February.

The exhibition will gather over 500 exhibitors, from all around the world, presenting their products and services, offering visitors the opportunity to source comprehensive information on new embedded technologies.

Embedded world will also provide a meeting-place for the international community of developers, buyers and decision-makers. A permanent feature of the exhibition is the presentation of the Embedded Award to especially innovative companies.

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