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Embedded World 2016 – Day 3 Recap

We are back from the embedded world 2016 in Nuremberg but still overwhelmed. It will most likely take a couple of days to process everything we experienced during the three days at the Nuremberg Exhibition and Convention centre. But there is one thing that we are able to say already now: It was a lot of fun!

Not surprisingly, the beginning of the third day at the embedded world trade fair was of course dominated by one topic: The EVB booth party last night. It was nice to see that so many people came to our booth and enjoyed the laid-back atmosphere. Of course the music band made an important contribution to that, but also the size and the style of the location.

Impression from the EBV Booth Party

Later the day the focus was of course again on business. Visitor of our booth that didn’t have the chance to come by during the last two day where eager to learn more about our solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, such as the wireless modules or the reference design platform for IoT applications.

Wireless Modules for the IoT
Maren Rference Design Platforn

Also our manufacturing partners on their panel stations made the final spurt towards the finishing line. They were occupied to fulfil the curiosity of the people passing by. In case you were not able to come to Nuremberg, here is a short video.


In the afternoon everything became a little bit more quite. The last chance for us to stroll around the exhibition halls and to say ‘Hello’ to some of our partners. So we stopped by the NXP IoT truck before it will hit the road again for the Smarter World Tour.

NXP IoT Truck
Inside the NXP IoT Truck

There’s only one thing left to say: Thank you to everybody who supported us during our presence at the embedded world 2016, to all our partners, customers and colleagues. We had a great time and are looking forward to the next year’s show in Nuremberg already.

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