User Day 2018
Forum 6: IdC consumidor & ciudad inteligente

RFID y del Internet de las cosas inalámbrico por antonomasia!

Best Practice in wireless IT

User Day – Forum 6: The city of the future integrates its citizens smartly, and the smartphone becomes the interface of a comfortable and digitised life – so, is everything perfect? Specialists in Forum 6 present recent cases and underline that “smart” does not inevitably mean unsecure. Capturing everyday life data can, when processed responsibly, shape an improved future. The main topics are: Mobile ticketing, Smart campus, Waste management, Smart parking, Document management, and more to come!

The conference is accompanied by one of the world's most significant exhibitions for wireless IoT. Have a look at the exhibitor's list. Grab your conference ticket today! Register for the User Day, Developer Day or both days!

MOBILE TICKETING

MOBILE TICKETING

Philip Hoyer
Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Trusted Mobile Ticketing (TMT) Business Unit, HID Global, United Kingdom
Trusted Mobile Ticketing
STUDENT LIFE ON THE SMART CAMPUS

STUDENT LIFE ON THE SMART CAMPUS

Regiane Relva Romano
CEO, Vip-Systems Informática – Research Coordinator, FACENS, Brasil
Smart Campus FACENS in Sorocaba, Brazil
WASTE MANAGEMENT

WASTE MANAGEMENT

Vasco Correia
International Business Developer, Compta Emerging Business, Portugal
IoT is the key in the efficient waste management of more than 40 cities
DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT

DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT

Khaled Mohamed Ezz El Din
Regional Manager, OGTech For ID Systems & IT W.L.L., Qatar/Dubai
RFID reduces service time for a better customer experience
SMART PARKING

SMART PARKING

Andreas Henninger
IT Program Officer, APCOA Parking Holding, Germany
Intelligent parking: The car park becomes digital
KEYNOTE: NETWORKED STREET LIGHTING

KEYNOTE: NETWORKED STREET LIGHTING

Jan Bose
Managing Director, Alpha-Omega Technology, Germany
The City of Martinfeld equips intelligent street lighting with a LoRaWAN network - the SMART-infeld project shows how it works
MOBILITY ASSISTANCE

MOBILITY ASSISTANCE

Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Kern
Professor of Building Materials Science and Fundamentals of Structural Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen (THM)
RFID-supported electronic guidance system for the blind. Lecture together with André Paolini, architect at GOLDBECK North and Andreas Deitmer, Deputy Director of the Centre for Blind and Visually Impaired Students (BliZ) at the University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen (THM)
SPORTS TIMING

SPORTS TIMING

Nikias Klohr
CTO, Race Result
“Donau running” in the city of Ulm: RFID chip takes the measurement of the run times for everyone
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018 Sponsors
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