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Embedded World 2016 – Day 2 Recap and New EBVChips Introduced

We collected so many impressions during the second day at embedded world 2016 in Nuremberg, which makes it not easy to pack everything in this article. But some things happened that make it absolute worth giving it a try.

At the beginning of the day, when the exhibition center was not so crowded yet, we took the chance to walk through the halls and visited some booths of our manufacturing partner. It was honestly very impressive to see how they created their booths. In order to give you some idea, here are some examples:

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Atmel Booth
STMicroelektronics
STMicroeletronics Booth
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ADI Booth

Later on we were on our booth, where again all the experts explained their panel stations to visitors and customers. Some of them we video-shooted for you. Take a look!

The tension then peaked in the early afternoon when the EBV press conference took place. Representatives from the media were invited and listened to what was announced by our management team: The introduction of three new solutions for our EBVChips program. The existing products were complemented by MERCURY, JANUS and VULCANUS. New solutions developed with and for our partners. If you are eager to get to know more about it read our blog entry.

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Introduction of new EBVChips during Press Conference

The day ended with something really nice: The EBV booth party. Our partners, clients and friends were invited to have a conversation away from the hustle and bustle of everyday business, listen to some good music and even shake the leg a bit.

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EBV Booth Party

To sum up it was again a successful and inspiring day and we are already excited what stories can be told tomorrow when the last day of this year’s embedded world will be over. Stay tuned!

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