If you intend to enter the competition

Here is important information for you who intend to enter the Swedish Embedded Award competition.

Updated information

Unfortunately, we will not be able to hold the Embedded Conference Scandinavia 4-5 November this year due to the rules that apply to crowds due to Covid-19. As the competitors in the Swedish Embedded Award who qualify for the final will get a place in the exhibition in connection with the conference to be able to expose their contribution and make new contacts and that the award ceremony takes place there, unfortunately a large and important part of the competition is lost. Hence the decision to postpone the competition.

If you have registered, we would like your competition entry to remain in the competition and participate when we can complete it. Should there be anything in the regulations that prevents this, the jury is fully prepared for us to find a solution.

We will return as soon as we know more about when we can implement the Swedish Embedded Award.

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact us.


  • Student, for students at Swedish engineering schools and universities.
  • Enterprise, for Swedish enterprises.
  • IoT is a special category where all who are nominated in either of the two other categories, and have a product that is an IoT application is nominated for this class. All the other criteria necessary to be nominated are thus required. Please mark the relevant categories in the application. Definition of IoT.


The competition and prizes generally receive major media exposure. The prizes are handed out at a gala ceremony at the Fair.

  • The winners in the various categories receive acclaim, a certificate and a plaque.
  • The winner in the Student category also receives an SEK 50,000 scholarship.

All the finalist entries are given exposure at Embedded Conference Scandinavia and in the media.

Entry forms, deadlines and jury

We will return as soon as we know more about when we can implement the Swedish Embedded Award.

  • The jury consists of participants from the organizers, so that representatives from both academia and the business community will judge the entries together. The composition of the jury, including a list of participants, will be presented in conjunction with the judging of the entries. The jury’s decisions cannot be appealed.