Microsoft at Embedded World
23rd – 25th February, Nuremberg
Embedded World 2016, which took place on the 23rd – 25th of February this year, was the place to be when it comes to embedded technology. The 2016 event was bigger than ever; 30,063 visitors and 939 exhibitors from 38 countries came together at the exhibition venue in Nuremberg, Germany.
This year’s event saw an increased focus on IoT and security, as well as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Modules, microcontrollers, separation kernels and power scavenging systems were on display round every turn, and there was a dedicated safety and security area for those wanting to learn more about cyber security.
Microsoft had a presence at the event, and delivered a number of presentations which proved popular with visitors. Many turned up to find out more about “IoT Features in Windows 10 IoT” and “Windows 10 IoT, an overview”.
The was also a lot to see and do at the Microsoft booth (Hall 4, stand 240), which was home not just to Microsoft, but some of its partners and other co-exhibitors. On display at the booth was the Windows 10 IoT Core Starter Kit from Toradex, as well as Nexcom’s NISE 50C w/3G module Plant Factory.
Source: Toradex’s NVIDIA Tegra 3 Computer on Module - Colibri T30
Other technology being showcased at the Microsoft booth included Pyramid with their polytouch® 32 passport, Conplement and their coffee machine showing the accessibility to the cloud, and a demo of a SmartMeter from Beckhoff.
Last but not least, visitors to the booth could also find out about SeeBee’s revolutionary 3D eye test equipment and software.
To see more highlights from the event, visit the Embedded World website.