Stop By Booth 3A-507 and Find Out Where the Future of IoT Is Heading

February 26, 2018 Kenton Williston

insight.tech is excited to join the more than 30,000 attendees and 1,000 exhibitors at embedded world 2018—the largest embedded systems event of its kind. Our involvement at this influential conference is just one of the many ways insight.tech puts you in touch with IoT innovators from around the globe.

If you will be attending the conference, we invite you to drop by our booth and meet insight.tech Editor-in-Chief Kenton Williston. Plus, connect with leaders in security, software, rugged design, and edge-to-cloud IoT architecture.

Add To Your IoT Insights, Visit Our Sponsors

This year, insight.tech is partnering with a select group of event exhibitors. Click the links below to find out the latest from these industry groundbreakers.

Acromag | Congatech | Embedded Computing Design Fujitsu | Grammatech | Intel

Get an IoT Solutions Passport, Take Home a Prize

At the start of the conference, stop by the insight.tech booth 3A-507 and pick up your IoT Solutions Passport—as well as a free PopSockets cell phone stand (while supplies last). Bring your IoT Solutions Passport with you on the floor and collect stamps when you visit the sponsor booths listed above.

Return your IoT Solutions Passport to the OpenSystems Media/insight.tech booth 3A-507 to be entered into our Grand Prize drawings to win an Intel® NUC with Intel® Core i7 processor and Samsung HMD Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Headset with Motion Controllers (a $1,400 combined value).

Drawings will be held Tuesday, February 27, and Wednesday, February 28, at 4:00 PM CET and Thursday, March 1, at 2:00 PM CET. Completed IoT Solutions Passports must be received by that day's drawing time.

Non-winning entries are eligible for drawings on following days, so you can increase your chances to win by returning your IoT Solutions Passport by 4:00 PM CET on Tuesday. You don’t need to be present to win and winners will be officially notified by email.

Catch the Highlights from embedded world 2018

Follow the insight.tech Twitter feed as our Editor-in-Chief Kenton Williston posts the latest conference happenings.

About the Author

Kenton Williston

Kenton Williston is the Editor-in-Chief of insight.tech and served as the editor of its predecessor publication, the Embedded Innovator magazine. Kenton received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2000 and has been writing about embedded computing and IoT ever since.

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