See you in 2019 on October 29 & 30 in the Darmstadtium!
Let's keep moving on!
Automotive experts and users alike will gather on October 29th to provide the latest industry advances from AI and V2X to 5G and HFCV. Speakers will present wIoT technology applications such as RFID, BLE and LPWAN that are being combined with AutoID and sensor solutions to improve vehicle development and vehicle production. From spec sheet to proof-of-concept, get tips for selecting the right hardware, as well as answers to your IT questions.
Logistics and supply chain experts will gather on October 29th to discuss streamlining processes in asset management, combining identification and monitoring in data logs, and new efficiencies reached via wIoT devices. Find out how wIoT technology apps are being used: RFID gates that record hundreds of pallets as a truck passes through, wIoT-equipped drones with camera systems that create transparency in previously-concealed areas, luggage handling systems that ensure your suitcase isn't lost.
Join a collection of experts who will gather on October 29th to present the newest tech solutions in RFID, NFC, GPS, and RTLS--automating production sites, globalizing supply chains, and ensuring you stay ahead of the curve. Speakers will present on low-cost RFID tag manufacturing, advances in RAIN RFID, frequency bands, optimizing fleet utilization and more. From RFID-enabled smart labels to GPS-tracked school buses, the wIoT is changing the world around us.
Experts in innovation and digitalization will gather on October 29th to present the latest in automating processes and pushing the boundaries of OPC. Find out how 5G is shaping connectivity at lightning-fast speeds, China's telecom giant Huawei could be causing political tension, and open solutions are enhancing our ability to exchange information. Experienced solution providers, system specialists and technology developers provide visionary food for thought and share their know-how.
Industrial experts will gather on October 30th to discuss the most recent advances in industrial wIoT from AI applications and Digital Twins to RFID tags and new sensor technologies. State-of-the-art communications such as expanded 5G networks and OPC UA help to improve production lines and react flexibly to dynamic markets. In highly automated productions, identification systems must be perfectly precise, hardware must be robust, and RFID detection technologies must survive harsh environments.
Retails experts will gather on October 30th to discuss the most recent advances in perfecting the art of inventories. Increasing stock accuracy while reducing workload makes for an impressive ROI. When the automated inventory is based on a source-tagging solution, the entire supply chain benefits and the process a product goes through: from its manufacture to the customer's shopping bag is completely transparent. Learn more about tracking data and optimizing potential.
Healthcare experts will gather on October 30th to share new technologies that are taking hospital digitalization to the next level. From laundry processing to instrument management, RFID and wireless IoT technologies are preventing contamination of surgical instruments, improving tracking, perfecting inventories, shrinking high-priced medical equipment, and correcting the distribution of medication. Find out more about the new tech tools hospitals and medical providers are putting to great use.
A group of experts will gather on October 30th to present a comparative analysis of the various technologies: active/passive RFID, BLE, LPWAN, LoRaWAN, etc. to determine what's best for your particular line of work. The speakers will discuss the design of transponders, antennas and readers, ranges, energy efficiency and so much more. This is the place for you to get a detailed picture of several new hardware and software solutions.