Joao Martins, editor in chief of Circuit Cellar‘s sister publication, audioXpress, attended the 2014 Electronica show in Munich from November 11 to 14, 2014. Here we provide some of the photos he took from the floor.
Visiting Elektor International Media’s booth at the Electronica 2014 in Munich (November 11–14,2014) will have its perks. Attendees can stop at the space to relax, recharge their electronics, have coffee, and chat with like-minded electrical engineers and electronics “makers.” The Elektor.Labs team and Circuit Cellar staffers will also be there.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to get some work done. EIM’s booth (#380) will feature the following: desk space for engineering, test and measurement equipment, a 3-D printer, free Wi-Fi, and more.
Download Elektor’s Electronica 2014 info sheet to learn more about what the EIM team has in store for the conference.
Learn more about Electronica Munich: www.electronica.de
Want to learn more about Embedded Linux? You’re in luck. On Wednesday, November 14, Elektor and Farnell/element14 will partner to run an informative webinar on the topic at Electronica 2012 in Munich, Germany. If you’re at the show, you can attend the recordings for free. Register before October 31 to get free Electronica entry tickets from Farnell/element14.
Attendees should go to the Farnell/element14 stand (Hall 5, Stand 558) for the Elektor Academy seminar, which will focus on the latest developments on the innovative Embedded Linux board. You can watch the presentation and ask the experts questions. The webinar will be recorded and webcast a bit later.
- Presenter: Embedded Linux expert Benedict Sauter, the board’s designer
- Description: Benedict Sauter will take you through the design and update us on the latest applications.
- When: Wed, November 14, 2012
- Time: 11:30 CET
- Where: Farnell element14 stand (Messe München, Hall 5, Booth 558)
- Language: English
Visit the element14 page about the Elektor Academy event for more information and to register for a free entry ticket.
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