Does your young company have the next big Internet of Things (IoT) solution? Did your engineering team design a game-changing wearable health-monitoring device? Does your development team have a novel machine learning (ML) application? Will your robotic system revolutionize industrial manufacturing? Can your new software platform help pro engineers design and build electronics systems faster and more cost effectively? The virtual 2020 electronica fast forward (e-ffwd 2020) competition offers you a unique opportunity to showcase your start-up, its products, and its technologies. The October 31, 2020, deadline to register your start-up is fast approaching. Don't miss out. 

Register Your Start-up

Participants are competing for a shot to win global marketing packages from Elektor (First Prize = €75,000, Second Prize = €50,000, and Third Prize = €25,000), as well as opportunities to interact with electronics industry experts. The current group of participating start-up companies are focus on several exciting technologies:
  • Wireless charging
  • Edge computing
  • Electric vehicles
  • Energy harvesting
  • MEMS mirror and laser scanning solutions
  • Actuator technologies
  • Real-time control and monitoring
  • And more

Does your start-up work with any of these technologies? The registration process is fast and simple. Register now and get involved by before the October 31, 2020 deadline.

e-ffwd 2020 Update

Elektor and Messe München are running the online 2020 e-ffwd competition to give electronics-focused start-ups a shot to show off products and solutions. New start-ups have registered since our previous update. Members of the global electronics community can visit the main page for details about all of the participating companies. 
Prof. Dr. Rik W. De Doncker

Once community members are ready to start evaluating the companies participating in e-ffwd, they can easily log their votes on the participants' pages. Voting ends November 5, 2020. The e-ffwd 2020 jury, led by Prof. Dr. Rik W. De Doncker, will select the official winners. De Doncker is the Director of the E.ON Energy Research Center and Institute for Power Generation and Storage Systems (PGS) at RWTH Aachen University. He earned a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. 

Attend electronica Virtual 2020

Registration is open for electronica Virtual 2020 (November 9 to 12, 2020). By registering, you will benefit from:
  • Virtual product presentations
  • Industry contacts and knowledge sharing
  • Around the clock availability, worldwide

Register now