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The new virtual summit will be held on June 17, 2021.

This international summit will focus on implementing safe and secure practices and technologies in embedded systems.

The theme of the event is “Empowering the Development of Safe & Secure Embedded Systems”. The virtual ESSS conference is intended to provide a place for the worldwide embedded community to learn, interact and nurture relationships. The virtual platform will have a distinctive online event experience with deep-dive technical sessions, interactive lobby areas and networking opportunities.

Highlights of #ESSS21Virtual include:

  • Live sessions on aerospace & defence, automotive, industrial and medical industries

  • 25+ global experts speakers and 1000+ technology executive delegates for networking

  • A resource centre with all the technical collateral and videos of partners

  • Smart chat windows for partners and delegates with text, audio and video options

“In these unprecedented times, this virtual conference is an opportunity for embedded safety and security ecosystem stakeholders to stay connected,” said Ian Hennell, Operations Director at LDRA UK. “Together, we can provide the outstanding technology content and business opportunities that have been hindered by the current climate.”

Shinto Joseph, Director – South East Asia Operations, LDRA added, “Since 2015, ESSS has successfully brought together the global embedded community to explore the latest advancements, topics, and imminent technologies. While we’d all prefer to meet in person, this virtual gathering will enable us to continue to share our expertise, learn about new advancements, and network from wherever we are. We look forward to sharing more details about #ESSS21Virtual with everyone as we get closer to this exciting event.”

More information

www.embedded-safety-security.com

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