Next Tuesday at the Exhibition Centre in Nuremburg, Germany the doors will be flung open to welcome visitors to this year’s Embedded World exhibition. Key themes this year will be ‘Security’ and of course the Internet of Things. Pay us a visit; not only will you be able to browse our excellent range of informative books about microcontrollers but you can get your hands on some of our latest controller projects including the Lumina Bluetooth lamp, the Android I/O board, the wireless eRIC Nitro platform for Arduino, the popular LCR meter and the brand new ‘Network Connected Signal Analyzer’.

What’s new this year is our live link direct to the Elektor Lab. From our stand you will be able to talk shop with our colleagues back in The Netherlands about any of our projects that interest you and you can even discuss ideas for future projects you would like to see. As you know, your feedback is always important to us.

Sharing the stand with me at Embedded World in Nuremburg will be our technical lab director Clemens Valens and our editor-in-chief of the Elektor business Jan Buiting. In addition we will be hosting presentations by experts who will be available for advice and to answer any of your questions. On hand, to record events will be the ElektorTV team.

We are all looking forward to welcoming you at the Elektor stand 4A-518 in hall 4A. I personally will be available at the stand on both Wednesday and Thursday PM.

If you haven’t obtained your entrance ticket yet go to and enter the code Elek2ew16 to secure your free ticket.