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Who else is going to Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg?

Stephane BoucherFebruary 2, 20171 comment

These days I am particularly excited.  In a little bit less than a month and a half, I will be travelling to Nuremberg in Germany to attend Embedded World, by far the biggest Embedded Systems trade show with over 1000 vendors displaying their products and services.

I have downloaded the Duolingo app and I'm trying to do a minimum of 30 minutes per day to learn some German.  So far, I know that 'Frau' is a woman, 'Mann' is a man, 'Danke' is thank you and 'tschüss' is bye - still a long way to go!  

While attending the trade show, I intend to keep really busy and scout for the most impressive demos and what I believe to be the vendors and products of greater interest to the EmbeddedRelated community.  I will have my video gear with me and intend to produce and publish several clips that I hope will be fun to watch and of interest to those of you who can't attend. 

If you can't make it to the conference this year, I'd love to know (comments down below) what you would like me to look out for you.  For instance, are there some vendors that you would like me to focus on?  A product in particular that you would like me to report on?  Your ideas to help me make my reporting more interesting are appreciated.

If you plan on attending the show, do not hesitate to write a comment down below or write to me directly to let me know.  If there is interest, I fancy the idea of maybe organising a meet up with members of the site at a pub somewhere in Nuremberg, probably close to the conference centre. The more I think about it, the more I think that would be glorious!

In the meantime, danke und tschüss!



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Comment by EdNutterFebruary 16, 2017

I received an email about getting a ticket, but am unable to go.

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