Embedded Computing Design Launches “Best in Show” Awards at Embedded World

January 15, 2019 OpenSystems Media

January 9th, 2019, Scottsdale, Arizona – Embedded Computing Design, the leading global community covering IoT, security, AI/machine learning and analog/power technologies, has announced its Best in Show Awards at Embedded World.

“Embedded World is the largest event in our space,” states Patrick Hopper, President of OpenSystems Media. “More products are introduced around this event than at any other time during the year. Our goal is to bring global exposure to the most game-changing products.”

The Best in Show Awards will open January 9.  Here are the categories

  • Microprocessors and microcontrollers and IP
  • Development tools and Operating Systems
  • Power ICs and Related Components
  • Computer Boards, Systems and Components
  • AI/ML
  • Security
  • Storage
  • Wired and Wired Connectivity, including IoT and IIoT

All entries will be featured on the Embedded Computing Design home page.

Criteria for judging is available at Embedded Computing Design, and all judging will be handled by the Embedded Computing Design Content Team and Advisory Board.

All awards will be presented at the winning recipient’s booth with a photo and they will be featured on our blog, the Embedded Daily E-newsletter, Facebook, Twitter, and featured on the Top Things to See at Embedded World.

Entries are due by February 11. Submit entries at http://bestinshow.embedded-computing.com

Embedded Computing Design is an OpenSystems Media publication.

About OpenSystems Media

OpenSystems Media (OSM) has been a leading publisher of electronics magazines, e-mail newsletters, websites, and product resource guides for more than 33 years. OSM is also the leader in driving leads and awareness through social media and is the largest producer of lead-generation tools such as webcasts, whitepapers, product directories, live and virtual events. For more details, visit www.opensysmedia.com.

Contact Patrick Hopper, President of OpenSystems Media with questions at patrick.hopper@opensysmedia.com.

Previous Article
Sensata Technologies Introduces Multi-Turn Absolute Encoders for Smart Industrial Applications
Sensata Technologies Introduces Multi-Turn Absolute Encoders for Smart Industrial Applications

Multi-turn encoders are used in packaging applications where they help to identify the position of products...

Next Article
Arm Mali ISPs Give Eyes to the Internet of Things
Arm Mali ISPs Give Eyes to the Internet of Things

The Mali-C32 and -C52 cores were designed to improve frame rate, pixel area, and pixel resolution for intel...