Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications

The Wireless Congress

15 years of wireless experience. In 2004 the Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications started in parallel to electronica. Today the Congress is one of the major meeting places for the wireless community, providing the well-established platform for wireless professionals.

Next event
Date: October 22–23, 2019
Conference language: English
Venue: Novotel München Messe
Willy-Brandt-Platz 1
81829 Munich

Wireless technologies are becoming increasingly efficient and increasingly diverse. Whether they are used in industrial, consumer, communication or computer applications, in the automobile or for building automation, the innovative process is characterized by a number of different applications, objectives, markets and standards. To satisfy the great demand for information, “Elektronik” magazine, the ZVEI and electronica are organizing the Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications and its accompanying specialty exhibition.

The focal points of the Wireless Congress include new wireless technologies, like 5G/6G, eMMB, mMTC, URLLC, resilient networks, Information-centric networking, next gen LPWAN, etc., the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in communication networks and the application of advanced wireless systems in the industry..

Target groups
The Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications is an international platform that addresses developers, system designers, technology decision-makers, project managers and those in charge of wireless systems.

2. Medical Electronics Conference (eMEC)


Prof. Dr. Oliver Hayden, Chair of Biomedical Electronics, TU Munich and Prof. Dr. Martin Halle, Professorship Polyclinic for Preventive and Rehabilitative Sports Medicine, TU Munich, talk about medical electronics and the importance of the Medical Electronics Conference in Munich.


  • Abstract Submission: April 30, 2019
  • Notification of Acceptance: End of May, 2019
  • Paper & Presentation: September 17, 2019

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