User Day 2018
Forum 3: Logistics & Supply Chain

See you in 2019 on October 29 & 30 in the Darmstadtium!
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Best Practice in wireless IT

Today, even the small shop next door is a part of global flow of goods. Speed, reliability, and quality assurance are the key aspects in the transport of goods. RFID and wireless IoT applications are sustainable solutions for logistics companies to provide the best possible services and fine-grained transparency for condition monitoring to their customers.

The list of top news items

  • Disruptive business models for the supply chain
  • Container management with RFID
  • The benefits of sensor data acquisition for the supply chain in the IIoT
  • Digital logistics concepts with resilient tracking solutions
  • Real-time asset management for ground support equipment
  • The digital benefits of RFID and the IoT for cabin production
  • Avoiding loading failures and loss of baggage with UHF RFID technology

Logistics companies, manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers – anyone who wants to be technologically up to date should be there!

Convince yourself in the detailed conference program overview and the program schedule. You can also switch between forums!

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KEYNOTE: INDUSTRY 4.0 AND IOT IN LOGISTICS

KEYNOTE: INDUSTRY 4.0 AND IOT IN LOGISTICS

Dr. Holger Schlüter
Associate Director IoT/Industrie 4.0, Lufthansa Industry Solutions, Germany
Determining the status and position of objects using Bluetooth and other technologies
TELEMATICS AND IOT IN LOGISTICS

TELEMATICS AND IOT IN LOGISTICS

Alexander Lutze
BPW InnovationLab, BPW Bergische Achsen, Germany
From heavy metal to a transparent flow of goods! In its company-owned InnovationLab, the BPW Bergische Achsen Group works on its own transformation and intends to realise an ´Internet of Transport´.
PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAINER MANAGEMENT

PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAINER MANAGEMENT

Andreas Grimm
Director Supply Chain Management, Performance Materials | Integrated Supply Chain Enablement | Supply Chain 4.0, Merck Group, Germany
Container management solution with RFID at Merck
BAGGAGE LOGISTICS WITH UHF

BAGGAGE LOGISTICS WITH UHF

Eva Komender
Director Product and Development, Travel Sentry, Switzerland
No more lost baggage! Is a permanent embedded RFID tag the key?
ASSET MANAGEMENT AT LEIPZIG AIRPORT

ASSET MANAGEMENT AT LEIPZIG AIRPORT

Olaf Poenicke
Research Manager, Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF, Germany
IoT-based Asset Management for Ground Support Equipment (GSE) for Blumenbecker Technik at Leipzig Airport
RFID FOR LUGGAGE HANDLING

RFID FOR LUGGAGE HANDLING

Pankaj Shukla
Director Global RFID Market Development, Zebra Technologies, USA
How RFID use in baggage handling can benefit the industry? A solution leader’s perspective
RFID BAGGAGE TRACKING

RFID BAGGAGE TRACKING

Dave Eastes
Solutions Architect, Delta Air Lines, USA
Delta sets the industry standard for baggage tracking with a global RFID solution.
BAGGAGE TRACKING STANDARDISATION

BAGGAGE TRACKING STANDARDISATION

Andrew Price
Head of Global Baggage Operations, IATA, Switzerland
Global Implementation of the IATA Baggage Tracking Resolution 753
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018 Sponsors
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