At RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow, experts present successful projects
What will the city of the future look like? How will consumer electronics, access control, and our everyday lives change through wireless IoT solutions? Municipalities, system integrators, and solutions providers present successful Use Cases in Forum 5 “Security & Consumer IoT” on User Day, September 28.
The Smartest Cities in the World Rely on RFID & Wireless IoT!
- Instead of just talking about “Smart City”, how about living it? This is the approach taken by Santander, Spain. Juan Echevarria Cuenca, Innovation Technical Manager of the Santander City Council, explains how individual processes such as traffic control sensors and 2,500 RFID-tagged waste bins are connected into a single Smart City platform.
- In public transportation in Vancouver, Canada, a new UHF RFID solution by RFID Canada creates full accessibility for disabled passengers.
- Aarhus, Denmark, is relying on RFID: In order to make the bicycle-friendly city even more green and secure, solutions provider ID-Advice is rolling out RFID-controlled traffic lights for bycicles.
- “Smart Dortmund” is bringing administration, companies, and citizens to the table in order to facilitate an exchange about communal projects.
- The national court register Warsaw is digitising documents with RFID in order to provide a better service to citizens while reducing access cost and time.
Wireless IoT technologies add value to security and consumer IoT solutions
- The trend is moving towards complete solutions in a single smart card, but how can card performance be ensured? AEG Identifikationssysteme shows how new card geometries can fit various processes on a single card.
- The Humboldt University Berlin also presents an all-in-one solution: Starting in 2018, 110,000 Berlin students will be able to use public transport, access buildings and libraries, buy lunch, and more with a single student card.
- Carlo Ratti Associati created the first IoT building in the world for the redesign of the Agnelli foundation headquarters in Turin. The building is controlled by a cognitive building management system and saves up to 40 percent energy.
- Timekeeping system provider Race Result shows how UHF RFID provides accurate measurements for tens of thousands of participants in city marathons, triathlons, and more.
On User Day, It is All About Use Cases!
User Day on September 28th showcases operational expertise in a wide variety of industries. Users and experts who have implemented successful RFID, NFC, BLE, LPWAN and other projects share their experiences from a range of application groups:
- In Forum 1 – Industrial IoT, learn how leading companies employ RFID for predictive maintenance, tool use optimisation, and mass customization.
- In Forum 2 – Logistics & Supply Chain, logistics experts and researchers explain how RFID and wireless IoT technologies can optimise individual logistics operations or connect entire global supply chains.
- In Forum 3 – Healthcare, project managers from leading European hospitals, hospital service providers, and system integrators discuss how to make the leap to healthcare 4.0 while keeping investments and privacy risks under control.
- In Forum 4 – Retail, experience successful use cases from food and apparel retailers. Learn how RFID, BLE, and wireless IoT technologies can lead to a rapid ROI due to increased inventory accuracy, fewer warehousing costs and shrinkage, as well as guaranteed freshness of foodstuffs and guaranteed authenticity of luxury items.
- In Forum 5 – Security & Consumer IoT, the presentations by municipalities, universities, system integrators, consumer IoT and security service providers showcase how our everyday lives and urban environments will change due to the implementation of wireless IoT solutions.
Book your ticket to RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow right now and benefit from applied experiences in your field on User Day!