You can book your ticket for Europe's largest show for RFID and wireless IoT technologies now. On October 30 and 31, international specialists from all economic sectors will meet at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018 in one of the most modern science and convention centres in Europe – the Darmstadtium – in the central German city of Darmstadt (near Frankfurt Airport).
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RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018

Europe's largest event for RFID and wireless IoT technologies and applications continues its dynamic development in 2018. About 1000 participants, more than 70 exhibitors, and almost 90 speakers in 10 forums are expected to attend.
New for 2018: On two days, the doors to the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018 will open onto one of the most modern science and convention centres in Europe – the Darmstadtium – in the central German city of Darmstadt (near Frankfurt).

On top of that, unlike in previous years, the conference program this year starts on October 30th with the application-oriented User Day that is followed on October 31st by the technology-oriented Developer Day.

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09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
October 31 2018
Darmstadt near Frankfurt, Europe
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
October 30 2018
Darmstadt near Frankfurt, Europe
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RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018, Automotive Forum
Your drive to digital innovation The automotive industry is booming: In the first quarter of 2018, 878,600 new cars were registered in Germany according to the German Association of Automotive Industry, VDA. This has been the quarter with the highest amount of newly registered cars since 2000. All around the globe, comparable developments can be observed. However, the change in the automotive industry cannot be overseen and will urge companies to rethink their business models. Trends like e-mobility and autonomous driving require technological innovations in the supply chain. What do solutions for these challenges look like?
RFID-based baggage tracking at RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018
Lost baggage: a serious challenge Waiting for baggage at the baggage carousel, possibly in vain, causes millions of passengers around the world discomfort and stress every day. SITA’S Baggage Report informs about the number of mishandled bags: Between 2007 and the end of 2016. However, each lost or misrouted piece of luggage generates costs of around 100 dollars per suitcase or bag. In 2016 alone, these costs for airlines amounted to 2.1 billion dollars. With RFID no more bag is lost!
Guiding system for the visually impaired 4.0
UHF-RFID elevates the navigation for the blind and visually impaired to a new level. GPS-based navigation is useful in everyday life, but not precise enough for visually impaired people. On shopping streets, one shop follows the next in close distances. Therefore, it needs high-resolution systems to facilitate the localization of the entrance that the person is looking for.
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018, Healthcare Forum
Optimal digitization of processes More than 20 million patient cases were treated in German hospitals in 2007, at the same time, the expenditure for healthcare exceeded the threshold of 1 billion euros per day in this year. How can patients be taken care of more safely, better and more efficient and simultaneously, how can the increase in expenditure be restricted? Furthermore, the amount in patients and expenditure increase globally. Digitalisation in healthcare by RFID and Wireless IoT solutions is one of the most important topics in the sector. IoT applications offer wide-range potential in order to optimize processes, to cut costs and to improve patient care.

Conference

Over 80 presentations by experts on RFID and wireless IoT technologies, as well as real-life use cases.

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Exhibition

Excellent product development and integration know how by 75 international exhibitors from.

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Evening Event

The evening event on October 30 is the ideal opportunity for productive networking in a relaxed atmosphere.

Award

The RFID & Wireless IoT Research & Solutions Award goes in his second year and honours excellent projects from the RFID and wireless IoT industry.

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Speakers Include

Ralf Kodritsch

Ralf Kodritsch

Director Global Segment Manager RFID Solutions, NXP Semiconductors
User Day, Forum 4
Retail & Logistics
UNMANNED STORES – a whole new experience in RETAIL is enabled by RFID in Japan and China
Akin Altunbas

Akin Altunbas

Co-Founder & CEO of Borda Technology, Turkey
User Day, Forum 5
Healthcare
IoT For Healthcare
Dr. Holger Schlüter

Dr. Holger Schlüter

Associate Director IoT/Industrie 4.0, Lufthansa Industry Solutions
User Day, Forum 3
Logistics & Supply Chain
Determining The State and Location of Objects with Bluetooth and Other Technologies
Thomas Kluger

Thomas Kluger

AutoID Center, Information systems, Volkswagen
User Day, Forum 1
Automotive
Without RFID, there couldn't be prototype development at Volkswagen
Simon Arch

Simon Arch

Marketing und Sales Director, AEG ID
Developer Day, Forum 3
System integration & Software
“Making ID easy” or: How to Integrate RFID into your Processes in the Best Possible Way
Frederik Thomas

Frederik Thomas

CIO & COO, Digital Executive, Interdiscount
User Day, Forum 4
Retail & Logistics
The Express Way to Digital Transformation
Jürgen Hartmann

Jürgen Hartmann

Process Manager Production Logistics – Standardization and innovation, Daimler, Germany
User Day, Forum 1
Automotive
RFID as a key technology in the supply chain at Mercedes Benz Operations.
Nikias Klohr

Nikias Klohr

CTO, Race Result
Developer Day, Forum 2
Technology & Hardware
Developing an UHF RFID tag application specifically for sports timing
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