Augsburg, February 19, 2020 - Kontron, a leading global provider of IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), announces that it will not be attending the embedded world trade fair from February 25-27 in Nuremberg this year.
After carefully monitoring the situation, and due to recent developments related to the Corona virus (Covid-19), Kontron has taken a number of precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of its employees worldwide. In this context, the difficult decision not to attend embedded world 2020, one of the most important trade fairs for IoT/Embedded, was taken today as part of Kontron's risk management.
Kontron would like to thank all customers, partners and the NürnbergMesse GmbH for their understanding and looks forward to exhibit at embedded world 2021 again as usual.
About Kontron – Member of the S&T Group
Kontron is a global leader in IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT). As a part of technology group S&T, Kontron offers a combined portfolio of secure hardware, middleware and services for Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 applications. With its standard products and tailor-made solutions based on highly reliable state-of-the-art embedded technologies, Kontron provides secure and innovative applications for a variety of industries. As a result, customers benefit from accelerated time-to-market, reduced total cost of ownership, product longevity and the best fully integrated applications overall. For more information, please visit: www.kontron.com
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