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"Software innovation: boosting high-tech employment and industry' In the capital of Sweden – Stockholm – the sixth edition of the annual Co-summit will take place! On 4 & 5 December the Scandic Infra Business Center is this years the place to be to meet about 650-700 participants from industry, academia, public authorities and press from all over Europe. The Co-summit – organised by ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking on embedded systems and ITEA, the EUREKA Cluster on software-intensive systems and services – is featuring international keynote speakers, a high level panel discussion and an inspiring project exhibition including speakers’ corners fuelled by the project teams themselves. This year's theme for this high level event is: Software innovation: boosting high-tech employment and industry. The pan-European character of the ARTEMIS projects is evident in the average number of participating countries, an essential ingredient to achieving results that address the issues and challenges throughout Europe. In a global world, Embedded Systems are a crucial key enabling technology for Europe’s industrial and societal future which the ARTEMIS projects has been showcasing on the spot. Intelligence on the spot & a first-hand experience! ARTEMIS puts ‘Intelligence on the spot’ with the exhibition of the projects emanating from the ARTEMIS Calls of 2008 to 2012, and whilst the Call 2013 is an accelerate cycle; ARTEMIS gives a glimpse of Call 2013 too! During the entire Co-summit, visitors will be able to roam around the project exhibition and share insights with key representatives from more than 80 European leading R&D&I projects. Both ITEA and ARTEMIS projects and their results will be showcased in terms of innovation, business impact and exploitation. The Co-summit 2013 exhibition will include a special focus area with projects related to the topic of 'Smart Cities'. A dynamic – and with an approved community building set-up – interesting projects will be exhibited, all ranging from large-scale consortia to smaller but still cross-disciplinary projects. For two days the Scandic Infra Center in Stockholm will be the global village for all actors in embedded systems.