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Embedded World 2014

Embedded World 2014

25th–27th February 2013, Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, Germany

Embedded World is the meeting place of the international embedded community, and the largest event in the world for embedded system technologies.

The show is a must for everyone concerned with the development, purchasing, procurement and application of embedded technologies in the areas hardware, software, tools and services.

For 2014, the most innovative products from the M2M and electronic displays technology sectors will each be concentrated together in their own special shows.

In Hall 4, suppliers from the M2M sector will present their latest products and applications. In Hall 1, suppliers will familiarise visitors with display technologies such as lcd, oled, pdp, led and ePaper, as well as flexible displays, human-machine interfaces, graphic user interfaces, touchscreens and 3d displays.

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