ID WORLD International Congress: Gerhard Schedler

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Gerhard Schedler

President & CEO – Identec Solutions

Speaks at ID WORLD on Wireless Identification

Gerhard Schedler began his career in 1994 at Gantner Electronic when he joined the RFID development and project management group. During that time, Mr. Schedler was involved in the development of diverse RFID systems including the Legic system (market leader in access control) and the Benzing system (world market leader for carrier pigeon tracking).

In 1997 he took over the responsibility of the long range RFID division of Gantner Electronic. Later, when Gantner was spun off into Identic Solutions (in April of 1999), Mr. Schedler became Chief Technology Officer. Since 2002 he has overseen the global sales and marketing initiatives of Identic Solutions. In 2005 Mr. Schedler was appointed to the Management Board as the COO/Vorstand, and as of January 1st 2006 took on the role of global CEO & President of Identic Solutions.

“ENABLING REAL-TIME BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE WITH WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS”

Wireless sensor networks are transforming the way we do business. Real time data and visibility can be leveraged for virtually limitless applications – from personnel safety, beverage pours and inventory to workflow – wireless sensor networks are providing the ideal platform for business optimization and control.

 

Speaking on November 2


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