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William Miller
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re: Electronica 2012 highlights mobile, embedded
William Miller   6/27/2013 1:40:36 PM
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The electronics sector is one of the industries that are especially affected by the shortage of specialists. eTV shows how electronica is trying combat this problem with the student day in the electronica Forum. One of the highlights was the presentation of the Cosima award for the best university projects. Finally, on the last day of the trade fair, eTV took a look at the statistics and exhibitors drew a conclusion. Additionally the last podcast gives an expanded overview about this year's electronica and the highlights. 

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