Developer Day 2018
Forum 2: Technology & Hardware

See you in 2019 on October 29 & 30 in the Darmstadtium!
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Latest Developments in wireless IT

The presentations of forum 2 put the future of contactless data transfer, as well as hardware developments of readers, antennas, ICs and transponders, printers, and handhelds at the centre of attention. What is state of the art? What market development can be mapped with the newest technological innovations? What is the performance of today’s wireless hardware? Standard design or custom-made – how much individuality is necessary? These and other key questions and their answers take centre stage in the Technology & Hardware Forum.

The list of top news items

  • The latest chip developments focus on resilience, intelligence, and security
  • Increased reading and writing performance of readers and transponders
  • Application-specific RFID tag development
  • Advantages and disadvantages of customisation: Custom-built UHF labels as an example
  • Product protection with electronic seals
  • Multi-frequency reader modules for secure authentication
  • Hybrid solutions: UHF & NFC in one chip – nice to have or a crucial development?
  • RFID printers

Project managers, process owners, strategists, and business developers – 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!

The conference is accompanied by one of the worlds most important exhibitions on wireless IoT. Have a look at the list of exhibitors. Get your conference ticket today. Sign up for the User Day, the Developer Day or both days!

CUSTOM-TAG DEVELOPMENT

CUSTOM-TAG DEVELOPMENT

Nikias Klohr
CTO, Race Result, Germany
The path from development to the first custom RFID day for sports timing
CONTROL OF READERS AND TAGS

CONTROL OF READERS AND TAGS

Juho Partanen
Business Development Director, Co-founder, Voyantic, Finland
Impact of the upper ETSI band on RFID tagging and label design
TRANSPONDER VERSUS MANIPULATION

TRANSPONDER VERSUS MANIPULATION

Richard Aufreiter
Director Product Management - Identification Technologies, HID Global, Austria
Tamper Evident RFID – When security matters
NFC, BIOMETRICS AND SMART CARDS

NFC, BIOMETRICS AND SMART CARDS

Burhan Gündüz
Global Account Director, Secure Printing Applications, Elatec, Germany
User ID authentication via RFID, NFC and BLE
UHF CHIPS AND READER

UHF CHIPS AND READER

Stephen Crocker
Director, Sales/Channels EMEA and India, Alien Technology, Great Britain
Passive RFID: The Essential Data Collection Backbone of IoT. Lecture together with Steven R. Schauer, Product Marketing Manager, Alien Technology
UHF TAGS IN METALL RAIN RFID

UHF TAGS IN METALL RAIN RFID

Stanley Chen
Marketing Specialist, SAG Securitag Assembly Group
RAIN RFID Overmolded Uni Metal Tag: easy reading from dense metal and afar
LATEST ROBUST RFID TAGS

LATEST ROBUST RFID TAGS

Alexander Abeln
Sales Director, Smart Industries, Confidex
RFID tags and labels are intelligent power packs: high temperatures and pressures, complete environment, chemicals – no hurdle is too high
RFID AND MULTIFUNCTION PRINTER

RFID AND MULTIFUNCTION PRINTER

Peter Albrecht
Industry Consultant Manufacturing / Global Marketing, Lexmark
Maximise your RFID processes with a single do-it-all device
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2018 Sponsors
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