Developer Day 2017
Forum 1: Technology & Hardware

RFID and Wireless IoT par excellence!

Lectures in 2017

Find the best technology for your project. Experience RFID, NFC, and BLE technology from the manufacturers' perspective. Leading hardware providers, cybersecurity experts, and researchers share their perspectives on the potential of specialised, smart, and secure IoT technology.
Comprehensive Pentests Show Vulnerability of NFC systems

Comprehensive Pentests Show Vulnerability of NFC systems

Dr. Timo Kasper
Director, Kasper & Oswald
Have you ever wondered how contactless card systems, e.g., used for door openers and micro payments, work and whether they provide protection against digital fraud? The Chameleon is capable of sniffing RFID communication and can be employed to assess security aspects in RFID and NFC environments in different attack scenarios, such as replay or relay attacks, state restoration attacks, sniffing of NFC communication, or functional tests of RFID equipment.
RFID in Digitalization – How UHF RFID Readers Become Part of the IoT

RFID in Digitalization – How UHF RFID Readers Become Part of the IoT

Marc Tenner
Product Sales Development Manager Industrial Identification, Siemens
For the first time, Siemens integrated UHF RFID readers into the Siemens MindSphere Cloud via OPC UA, unlocking new pathways towards efficiency, quality, and security in digitized, industrial processes such as manufacturing, logistics, and asset management.
Kathrein Solutions - New Possibilities of Connectivity Open up Extensive Opportunities

Kathrein Solutions - New Possibilities of Connectivity Open up Extensive Opportunities

Christian Schnebinger
Sales Manager, Kathrein Solutions
Identifying objects using passive RFID is a key technology required for the Internet of Things: RFID tags supply valuable automated tracking information. The flow of goods and logistics processes can be controlled and managed in this way for example. RFID transponders can be integrated into virtually all objects and the data they deliver can be collected in real time when they pass a read device.
RFID and Broadband Antennas Linking the Analog and the Digital World

RFID and Broadband Antennas Linking the Analog and the Digital World

Reuven Drori
VP RFID Sales & Marketing, MTI Wireless Edge
Antennas are not always visible in every RFID solution, but the modern world would not work without them. MTI Wireless Edge has provided the antennas for numerous important RFID products and projects worldwide.
Wireless Sensor Networks e.g. for Assembly Support Systems in the IoT

Wireless Sensor Networks e.g. for Assembly Support Systems in the IoT

Jürgen Hupp
Head of Department Communication Networks, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS
Wireless sensor networks are an IoT enabler in industrial environments. Because of their simple integration, combined with diverse energy harvesting possibilities, wireless sensor networks are robust solutions for an exact localisation and condition monitoring in industrial processes.
Distilling Competitive Advantage Out of Test Data

Distilling Competitive Advantage Out of Test Data

Juho Partanen
Director of Business Development & Co-founder, Voyantic
Voyantic enables companies to efficiently utilize RFID technology. The expertise together with the test solutions create competences and bring visibility to the tag performance and quality, which essentially helps end customers choose the right tag for each application. Voyantic as well supplies expertise, testers and machines for RFID component manufacturers. These solutions raise the capabilities and performance of engineers and quality of production processes.
NFC is ready for Industry and IoT

NFC is ready for Industry and IoT

Richard Schmidmaier
Senior Marketing Manager Mass Market, NFC Readers, NXP Semiconductors
Intelligent time relays, device to device communication, error detection, and more – NFC enables numerous applications in industry, logistics and maintenance. As one of the pioneers with regard to development and standardization of the technology, the semiconductor manufacturer NXP drives the adoption of NFC beyond the consumer IoT.
Intelligent Environment & Objects – RFID, BLE, and Co. Transform Businesses

Intelligent Environment & Objects – RFID, BLE, and Co. Transform Businesses

Ralf Schulze
Manufacturing Lead EMEA, Zebra Technologies
How RFID, BLE, and others transform consumer experience, logistics, and manufacturing.
Customer-Specific Special RFID Tags for Industry, Toll Control and More

Customer-Specific Special RFID Tags for Industry, Toll Control and More

Arjun Aggarwal
Director, Syndicate Group
It is not the price but the quality that counts when RFID tags are developed and produced for special applications. If an automotive manufacturer relies on a RFID system in production control, the failure of an unqualified high-temperature tag weighs heavier than the extra cost for a tag made with high-quality materials and 100 percent quality control. And this is just one example of why it needs comprehensive process and development know-how for the best possible tag solution.
Bluetooth Smart – a Key Technology for the IoT: Overview and Scenarios

Bluetooth Smart – a Key Technology for the IoT: Overview and Scenarios

Richard Aufreiter
Director Product Management Identification Technologies, HID Global
Higher range and higher data throughput paired with Sensor enablement are advantages of Bluetooth Smart (BLE) technology compared to traditional RFID. How and where the technology can be used in commercial, industrial and maintenance applications is shown by this presentation.
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