RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2017 takes stock of two extraordinary days: The event on September 27 & 28 attracted more visitors, more exhibitors, and more lecturers than ever before! We look forward to seeing you again in 2018!

A look back at RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2017

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow took place on September 27 and 28 2017 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Visitors experienced cutting-edge developments in identification, automation, digitalisation, and standardisation that support the digital transformation of all industries, from manufacturing, logistics, and retail to healthcare, and security.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2017 was bigger than ever, with 55 exhibitors, over 80 presentations, and two days of applied developer experience and operational expertise.

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Europe's largest congress for RFID and wireless IoT technologies and applications continues its dynamic development in 2018.
Bigger – more modern – more efficient Europe's largest congress for RFID and wireless IoT technologies and applications continues its dynamic development in 2018. The increase in internationalization and expansion of content aims to consolidate this position in Europe. New in 2018: On October 30th and 31st, the doors to the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018 will open on one of the most modern science and convention centres in Europe – the Darmstadtium – in the immediate vicinity of Frankfurt Airport.
TU Munich Presented Wi-Fi Holography at RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2017!
Event highlight: leading research project presented at RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow Indoor tracking of objects and tools, 3D scans of buildings, localisation of persons trapped in rubble or earthquakes...
Recap: The best RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow of all time!
The leading wireless IoT event in Europe has attracted more exhibitors, speakers, and attendees than ever before! All records shattered: RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow grew for the seventh consecutive time - and provided even more insight into the possibilities of wireless technologies today and tomorrow!
Laureates of the 2017 RFID & Wireless IoT Research and Solutions Award announced!
Aarhus University Hospital, Carlo Ratti Associati, Santander City Council, and Technical University of Munich honoured for excellence! Today, the first-ever laureates for the RFID & Wireless IoT Research and Solutions Award were honoured in Düsseldorf. The eulogies and acceptance speeches for the four projects chosen by the magazines “RFID im Blick” and “RFID & Wireless IoT GLOBAL” made it clear: sustainability and firm decision-making can be a bright signal for innovation!


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

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Excellent product development and integration know how by 55 exhibitors from over 15 countries.

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Evening Event

The evening event on September 27 featured an open kitchen dinner in the exhibition - the ideal opportunity for productive networking in a relaxed atmosphere.


The RFID & Wireless IoT Research & Solutions Award was handed out for the first time and honoured excellent projects from the RFID and wireless IoT industry.

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Speakers Include

Among the lecturers of 2017 were:
Lars Ganzhorn Knudsen

Lars Ganzhorn Knudsen

Project Manager, ICT & Logistics, Aarhus Universitetshospital
User Day, Forum 3
Aarhus University Hospital Connects Processes Via RFID and Wireless IoT
Helen Tierney

Helen Tierney

Senior Profit Protection Manager, River Island
User Day, Forum 4
With RFID River Island Focuses 100 % on Time Savings and Accurate Inventory
Arnd Simon

Arnd Simon

Senior Director, Industry Services, Global Manufacturing Practice, Microsoft
Developer Day, Forum 2
Wireless IoT
Bringing Together IT And OT With OPC UA
Dr. Timo Kasper

Dr. Timo Kasper

Director, Kasper & Oswald
Developer Day, Forum 1
Technology & Hardware
Comprehensive Pentests Show Vulnerability of NFC systems and Forum 2 - Wireless IoT
Security Nightmares in the Internet of Things: Electronic Locks and More
Stefan Gubi

Stefan Gubi

Senior VP Cross Industries & IoT, T-Systems
Developer Day, Forum 2
Wireless IoT
What is the best route into Industry 4.0 and IoT?
Tatjana Ockert

Tatjana Ockert

Project Manager Efficiency Management, Airbus
User Day, Forum 1
Industrial IoT
Efficient Test Device Management Via RFID In Airbus A380 Cabin Interior Assembly
Dr. Florent Frederix

Dr. Florent Frederix

European Commission, DG CONNECT, Cybersecurity & Digital Privacy – Unit H 1
Developer Day, Forum 4
Standardization & Research
The Latest EU Actions on Cybersecurity and its Impact on RFID
Juan Echevarria Cuenca

Juan Echevarria Cuenca

Innovation Technical Manager, Santander City Council
User Day, Forum 5
Security & Consumer IoT
Smart Santander Deploys IoT Solutions on all City Levels and Sets Standards
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