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Publishers to launch new UK electronics event
posted on: 10/3/2010 11:58:36
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Electronics Weekly has partnered with EE Times Group to launch a new event called the Embedded Live Exhibition and Conference.

Aimed at the UK-based design community, it brings together the EE Times’ Embedded Systems Conference and Reed Business Information’s Electronic Weekly Live. It will be targeted at engineering executives, design engineers, system architects and suppliers.

"Combining our resources in order to create a compelling exhibition and conference under one roof has been universally welcomed by both our readers and advertisers," says group technology publisher at Reed, Paul Briggs.

The exhibition is tipped to host over 100 exhibitors, with a special feature looking at key UK industry sectors and their technology applications. The conference will see global experts presenting on a wide range of electronic and embedded engineering subjects.

Embedded Live will take place 20 to 21 October at Earls Court, London.


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