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Wireless IoT Technologies Forum with 9 Presentations on Oct 27th

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On the agenda of the Wireless IoT Technologies Forum are the latest technological solutions. The expert lectures will focus on:

  • The latest developmental knowledge on low-power RFID sensor technology,
  • RAIN RFID ICs for readers and tags,
  • RTLS via mesh network through BLE,
  • Augmented RFID ICs for a passive identification capture of sensor data,
  • Snap-on RAIN RFID modules that turn smartphones and tablets into UHF handhelds,
  • A WIoT technology-independent software suite,
  • RFID handhelds for industrial use,
  • Item-level tagging,
  • Global WIoT development trends

To the ticket store!

Event Info
09:00 - 17:00
27th & 28th October 2020
Darmstadt, Germany

After countless exhibition and conference cancellations this year, the world's only RFID & Wireless IoT event in 2020 will open its doors in less than a month. In the fascinating atmosphere of the darmstadtium, more than 50 exhibitors from 15 nations and almost 70 speakers await you – in the real, new reality!

The Darmstadtium is located in the center of Darmstadt, in direct proximity to Frankfurt. You can find information on travel and accommodation here.

8 Forums, Over 60 Speakers

Agenda: Wireless IoT Technologies

  • Sylvo Jäger, Microsensys, Wireless Low Power Sensors in Mixed RF Technology Solutions
  • Christian Schnebinger & Onur Yildiz, Kathrein Solutions, Technology Independent Software Solutions Saves and Improves Your IoT Investment
  • Frithjof Walk, AIM Europe/DACH, Wireless IoT Technologies Represented by AIM Members
  • Fabrice Gourlay, Impinj, Re-shaping the Future with RAIN RFID based Tags and Readers
  • Thomas Weisshaupt, Wirepas Germany, How to Install RTLS for 100.000 Square Meters in One Day
  • Dr. Paul Muller, EM Microelectronic, Augmented RFID Address Industry 4.0/IIoT Challenges
  • Danny Collinson, Nordic ID, State-of-the-art Mobile Data Collection as Part of Industrial IoT
  • Juho Partanen, Voyantic, "More of the Same" Is Not Enough! Making Item Level Connectivity Happen
  • Stefano Coluccini, CAEN RFID, Compact, Powerful, Flexible: The New RAIN RFID Smartphone Add-on

And on October 28th: Agenda Wireless IoT Tech against Covid-19

  • Andrea Corbetta, Koamtac, Social Distancing in a Rugged Mobile World: The Power of RFID and BLE to Ensure Safety
  • Richard Aufreiter, HID Global, Empower a safe working environment for employees and visitors during a Pandemic
  • Dieter Horst, Siemens, RTLS – A Tool for the Recovery of Industry
  • Akın Altunbaş, Borda Technology, Critical Asset Utilization: Track and Manage Your Assets Automatically with NB-IoT
  • Klaus Orthofer, Feig Electronic, NFC-Contactless Payment – the New Method to Pay in Transit?
  • Dominik Kollmeier, Kinexon, How Wearables Already Secured Millions of Employee Contacts and Created a New Normal in Various Working Environments
  • Dirk Gelbrich, Denso, MSB, A Simple but Secure Solution for Comprehensive and Quick Admission Control
  • Nikias Klohr, Race Result, LIVE UHF Transponder Contact Tracing at RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020 LIVE in Times of COVID-19

To the Wireless IoT Tech against Covid-19 Forum

Safe. Healthy. Successful.

The organization team offers a well thought-out safety and hygiene concept. This includes the equalization of the density of people on the area, compliance with the minimum distance, the provision of meeting points, increased fresh air supply, implementation of the catering regulations, meeting space in the outdoor area and other tools to ensure the highest standards of hygiene.

The RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020 Live Exhibition

Over 50 companies from 15 nations are preparing for their participation.

Manufacturers of readers, antennas, transponders, labels and printers are represented, along with system integrators, technology consultants, and software developers. Wireless IoT technologies in the exhibition: RFID, NFC, BLE, LPWAN, UWB, ORM and sensor technology.

These Companies Celebrate their Premiere as Exhibitors at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020 LIVE

  • m2m Germany is a B2B specialist for state-of-the-art wireless communication technologies. Consulting, development, manufacturing and sales of M2M & IoT solutions are the focus of the company.
  • Talkin'Things is a full-service provider of IoT systems based on the tagging of networked products with game-changing 0.03 US dollar NFC/RFID chips.
  • Omlox is an open standard for precise real-time indoor localization systems, combining various localization technologies such as UWB, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5G, RFID, and BLE.
  • Intranav is an independent Real-Time Location & Sensor Data Service Provider – Made in Germany.
  • Plöckl Media Group is specialized in the development and production of RFID and barcode labels and tags.
  • ELA Innovation develops and produces ultra-low-power components – antennas, readers, beacons, sensors – for active RFID and BLE applications.
  • Victor Buck Services produces sustainable RFID inlays in Europe, based on individually printed antenna layouts.
  • Rinas is a device and system manufacturer for card and ticket production with high-quality OEM, RFID and magnetic card write-readers.
  • AceProx Identifikationssysteme manufactures and sells LF and HF RFID hardware components – readers and transponders – to system integrators and hardware manufacturers.
  • Arizon RFID Technology manufactures RFID inlays, labels and tags and provides ODM&OEM services to RFID companies and system integrators.
  • Xerafy uses RFID tags and labels to support industrial IoT applications for aerospace, oil and gas, manufacturing, utilities and healthcare.

Prices in Euro incl. Tax

  • All-Inclusive Ticket (2 days): 690 € incl. Tax
  • Conference Day Ticket (incl. exhibition): 390 € incl. Tax
  • Exhibition Only Day Ticket : 59 € incl. Tax

Entry to Germany (Federal State of Hessen)

Germany differentiates the entry procedure according to the area of origin. The Federal Government continuously checks which areas are to be classified as risk areas. If you enter from a non-risk area, there are no restrictions at all.

If you enter from a risk area, a negative PCR (Corona) test result is required, which must not be older than 48 hours. Our recommendation: Do a PCR test before departure at your home town and make your way to Darmstadt with a negative PCR test result or have the PCR test performed at Frankfurt Airport. The result is available within 6 hours!

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Visit the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020 LIVE on October 27th and 28th in Darmstadt!


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