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Embedded IoT World Conference & Expo 2022
April 5 - 7, 2022
Santa Clara Convention Center
April 5 - 7, 2022
Santa Clara Convention Center


We’re looking for technical practitioners, implementers, and researchers who will deliver educational content to an engaged audience ready to build their IoT solutions. Sound like you?

Deadline to submit:February 11th, 2022

We're accepting Speaking Submissions in these Key topic areas:

IoT for Connectivity Management

IoT and embedded connectivity options are continuously growing at a fast pace - from cellular networks, embedded SIM tech, 5G Wi-Fi, to Bluetooth. Organizations need to focus on utilizing the right solutions and work on their network infrastructure to enable embedded devices to connect to the internet of things. Additionally, they must look at standards as a key to secure connectivity.

Device Safety

It is more important now than ever to ensure the device is safe and scalable by design. Talks will cover different technologies, solutions and sensors needed to create a smart and safe environment for your device.

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

With the large amounts of data coming onto the device, it is crucial to select and utilize the right data in real time. This topic will dive into the impact of AI/ML in the development of IoT whilst saving costs.

Edge Computing & Processing

Edge computing is helping to build and run applications reliably in real time, and it has become extremely important to scale edge for IoT. With the definition of "the edge" changing over the past five years, this track will be looking at the new opportunities for edge in the embedded community.

Embedded System Security

It has never been so important to create secure, safe, and dependable devices which is why this track will be focusing on how to build systems which are reliable and impossible to hack or attack. Topics can include life cycle management of a device to ensure it remains secure in the long term, and how to handle the gap between safety, critical analysis, and certification.