Publishers launch major electronics event in UK

Electronics Weekly has partnered with EE Times Group to create the definitive technology conference and event for the UK-based design community.

Called the Embedded Live Exhibition and Conference, it will brings together the EE Times Groups’ Embedded Systems Conference and Reed Business Information’s Electronics Weekly Live.

Embedded Live, which will take place on October 20-21, 2010 at the Earls Court in London, is targeted at engineering executives, design engineers, system architects and suppliers.

According to Paul Briggs, group publisher of the technology group at Reed Business Information: “Combining the experience and resources of two major publishers in order to create a compelling exhibition and conference for the UK market has been universally welcomed by both our readers and advertisers.”

“We are very pleased to be partnering with the Reed Business Information’s technology group to bring the Embedded Systems Conference and Electronics Weekly Live together to create one powerful event platform in the UK,” said David Blaza, v-p embedded and events at EE Times Group.

The exhibition is expected to host more than 100 companies showing embedded technologies such as microcontrollers, design and development tools and embedded computers, from components to sub-systems, displays and communication devices.

A special feature will focus on key UK industry sectors and their technology applications, including mobile communications, security, renewable energy, healthcare and space navigation.

The technical conference will see global specialists presenting technical papers on a wide agenda of electronic and embedded engineering from hardware design, development and test to embedded software, firmware to application development, open-source and real-time.

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