Findlay Media launches Embedded Design Show for 2014

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More than 1,000 electronics design engineers gathered at the inaugural Electronics Design Show last year to learn about the latest innovations and trends shaping this fast moving sector.

On the back of the event's phenomenal success, organiser Findlay Media has decided to expand the Show for 2014 with a new section dedicated entirely to the embedded sector.

The Embedded Design Show will run alongside the Electronics Design Show and Engineering Design Show at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 22-23 October, taking up all of the venue's 6000 square metres.

The aim is to give embedded engineers access to leading industry suppliers and the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies, techniques and strategies employed by experts at the forefront of their field.

The main electronics conference programme will address issues of direct interest to the embedded sector, as well as topics that will appeal across the whole electronics design industry.

A workshop theatre located within the Embedded Design Show will, however, host presentations that are technical, application-based and look to provide attendees a combination of solutions and latest technical options. All will be dedicated to the embedded sector.

Speaking about the launch of the new Show, Executive Director of Findlay Media Ed Tranter, said: "To get the quality right and to lay the foundations for a lasting event, we have taken it one step at a time, building on the show we have and listening to exhibitors, visitors and our magazine readers.

"The Embedded Design Show emerged as that obvious next step for us in 2014 as it complements and extends what we can offer electronics designers visiting the show. Embedded specialists will have both exhibitors and technical content specifically tailored for their interests, while sitting alongside the electronics design show to cater for the more general electronics issues that invariably invade the space of the embedded engineer."

Details of the conference and workshop programmes will be announced nearer the time. For more information, go to