Embedded Vision track at the Embedded World 2019

embedded vision

In 2019, there will be again an Embedded Vision track at the embedded world Conference 2019.

The embedded world Exhibition & Conference (26 - 28 February 2019 in Nürnberg, Germany; 2019 in its 17th year) is the world's leading meeting place for the embedded systems community. With about 2,200 participants in the conference and over 32,000 visitors of the show, the embedded world is a well-established platform and market place for embedded technologies in Europe, targeting at developers, project and product managers that are looking for new trends and technologies – persons you need to connect with when approaching the topic embedded vision in Europe.  


In 2019, the conference track on embedded vision includes in total 10 presentations covering a full day (two half-day sessions):

  • Session 7.1 I: Embedded Vision I - on 26 February 2019, from 09:30 – 12:30
  • Session 7.1 II: Embedded Vision I - on 26 February 2019, from 14:30 – 17:30

The complete program of the embedded world Conference 2019 is available at www.embedded-world.de/de/events. A pdf of the program (status: 15 December 2018) can be found in the download section further down.  


embedded world Conference 2019 - Embedded Intelligence

With a program of high-quality and solution-oriented presentations, the embedded world Conference 2019 aims to contribute once more to the success of an industry that has now become an essential part of the technological future and, as such, a basis for our continued economic success.

The embedded world Conference 2019 is made up of 10 subject areas, which are: 1. Internet of Things, 2. Connected Systems, 3. Embedded OS, 4. Safety & Security, 5. Hardware Engineering, 6. Software & Systems Engineering, 7. Embedded Vision, 8. Autonomous & Intelligent Systems, 9. Embedded GUI & HMI, and 10. System-on-Chip. 

The solution-oriented presentations of each session build upon one another and examine questions from different perspectives. Discussion and an active exchange of ideas with the speakers as well as among conference participants are encouraged. The 30-minute presentations of the sessions will be complemented by 12 classes, which provide comprehensive basic information on selected topics in the form of condensed training courses. 


Panel discussion on embedded vision at the embedded world show 2019

When: Wednesday, 27 February, 10:30 – 11:30 at the Forum in Halle 2


  • Paul Zalewski, Head of Strategic Product Management, Allied Vision Technologies GmbH
  • Michael Gielda, Vice President, Business Development, Antmirco Ltd
  • Jason Carlson, CEO, Congatec AG 
  • Olaf Munkelt, Managing Director, MVTec Software GmbH
  • James Tornes, Vice President Systems and Software, Intelligent Sensor Group,  ON Semiconductor Ltd 
  • Markus Tremmel, Driver Assistance Systems Chief Expert, Robert Bosch GmbH


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