Day 1
Forum 3: Hardware & Software I

See you in 2019 on October 29 in the Darmstadtium!
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RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Key focus on Hardware and Software I

Development of solutions for the Wireless IoT

Reading ranges, detection speeds, direction recognition, outdoor use, filter algorithms or bulk reading capability, function in harsh environments and much more - the list of properties required of innovative hardware and software is long.

Experts will present which transponders, readers, antennas and IT platforms are needed to generate competitive advantages with RFID, RTLS, LPWAN, IWLAN or BLE. Technology insights show how applications demand and promote the product development of exactly the right solution.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Key focus Hardware und Software I

Extreme conditions require special solutions

Temperatures, high speeds, cryptographic requirements or just little space for installation? Modern WIoT hardware has to operate permanently under different conditions and in the most diverse environments - and in fact high performance.

Product developers present the latest solutions for use in almost all applications and all economic sectors.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Key focus Software and Hardware I

Features required: From direction recognition to data filtering

WIoT solutions are required to deliver significantly more power than the mere detection of a transmitter. Readers are the interface between the field level and higher decision levels. IoT platforms work almost in real time to make processes transparent.

Smart readers enable the pre-filtering of recorded raw data and the merging of certain information into differentiated events that are suitable as a basis for decision-making.

With the appropriate hardware and software, functions such as the detection of movements of individual transmitters - and thus also of marked objects - are possible.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Key focus Hardware and Software I

Which design for which application?

The application is decisive in determining which design of a reader or transponder is most suitable for the respective process optimization. Mobile devices have numerous features ranging from simple acquisition to data analysis directly on site. Labels and transponders work even in the most challenging environments.

Fixed reception infrastructures can be designed as ceiling, gate or tunnel solutions. The possibilities of the individual antenna layout allow the realisation of almost any technical specification, even in the case of full integration into the building. Transponders can be adapted to almost any situation.

The Lectures

Here you can see the preliminary forum program. The program structure and contents are continuously updated.
KEYNOTE | Frequency Bands in Europe – Milestones Achieved and Important Next Steps

KEYNOTE | Frequency Bands in Europe – Milestones Achieved and Important Next Steps

Josef Preishuber-Pflügl
Vice Chairman RFID, ETSI
Concept 2023 – The Future of High-Volume & Low-Cost RFID Tag Manufacturing

Concept 2023 – The Future of High-Volume & Low-Cost RFID Tag Manufacturing

Gerald Niklas
Product Manager, Mühlbauer
RFID Global Transport Label – From Closed to Open Loops

RFID Global Transport Label – From Closed to Open Loops

Peter Albrecht
Industrial Manufacturing Consultant Global Marketing, Lexmark
RFID Market Trends and Applications in Emerging Markets

RFID Market Trends and Applications in Emerging Markets

Frank Smits
Business Development Manager, Intelligent Labels, Avery Dennison
Automatic Identification in the Nameplate – DIN SPEC 91406 in Industry Processes for Identification and Maintenance

Automatic Identification in the Nameplate – DIN SPEC 91406 in Industry Processes for Identification and Maintenance

Prof. Dr. Klaus Richter
Head of Material Flow Technology and Systems, Fraunhofer IFF
Smart School Transport Enhancing Safety, Optimising Fleet Utilisation Using RFID, UHF, NFC and GPS Tracking within the Education Authority

Smart School Transport Enhancing Safety, Optimising Fleet Utilisation Using RFID, UHF, NFC and GPS Tracking within the Education Authority

Joanne O’Doherty
Business Development Director, Kinsetsu
Powering the New Era of Retailing: All-in-One Retail Software Increasing Both Retail Supply Chain and Individual Store Efficiency

Powering the New Era of Retailing: All-in-One Retail Software Increasing Both Retail Supply Chain and Individual Store Efficiency

Dean Frew
Chief of Technology Officer & SVP – RFID Solutions, SML Group
Beyond sensitivity and size: What to expect from advances in RAIN RFID technology

Beyond sensitivity and size: What to expect from advances in RAIN RFID technology

Hussein Mecklai
Executive Vice-President, Engineering, Impinj
With improvements in tag sensitivity and reduction in size, RAIN technology continues to improve. Hear from the head of the Impinj engineering team on how advances in the production of RAIN ICs and improvements in tag sensitivity and system performance will impact solutions built on RAIN RFID.

"Making ID Easy" – or: How to Optimally Integrate RFID Into Your Processes

Simon Arch
Marketing und Sales Director, AEG ID
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