Find the key to top prizes with Nexus at the Engineering Design Show

06 October 2016

Nexus, a leading provider of industrial memory solutions, holds the key to some great prizes for visitors to its stand at the EDS, including Apple memorabilia signed by Steve Wozniak and a G-Shock watch.

Nexus provides rugged memory keys for a range of industrial solutions, but those keys could unlock some fantastic prizes for visitors to the Engineering Design Show – with two ways to win.

Visitors to the stand (L18) are invited to try to Unlock the Box, with a G-Shock watch as the prize. Everyone is welcome to try their luck at the game by picking one of the available keys in the hope it will open the box. The prize winner will be drawn from all successful participants at 4pm each exhibition day.

And, for those who register in advance through the Nexus website, there’s the opportunity to win an Apple I reproduction schematic, signed by Steve Wozniak, with two runner-up prizes of signed iWoz books also up for grabs.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has helped shape the future of computing, and his work demonstrates how exceptional design is one of the most important requirements in engineering.

To enter the draw, simply visit and register your details. You will be sent a Datakey® rugged memory key which has been randomly pre-loaded with prize information. Just visit the Nexus stand, insert your key into the reader, and your prize will be displayed. Closing date for registration is Friday, October 7.

Nexus is a leading provider of industrial memory solutions, and offers the entire Datakey® range of rugged and secure industrial memory solutions including keys and tokens, connectors, readers and writers, and development tools, for a wide range of applications including defence/military, transportation, medical, leisure and industrial devices. These memory solutions have been designed to offer a whole host of benefits including minimal downtime, data protection and high security, and can easily be designed into your embedded system safely and securely.

Nexus works with design engineers and product managers to develop products that meet the needs of end users both now and in the future. Due to the products’ reliability and future-proof technology, customers can limit any risk of obsolescence through using a Datakey industrial memory device from Nexus. See how the Datakey memory devices fare against a 55-ton Chieftain tank here or visit us on stand L18 for more information. Alternatively visit to see the whole range of Datakey memory products and solutions.