ID WORLD International Congress: Thierry Roz

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Thierry Roz

Business Units Manager RFID Circuits & RFID System-On-Chip – EM Microelectronic

Speaks at ID WORLD on Wireless Identification

Thierry Roz works as Business Unit Manager at EM Microelectronic, a Swiss based semiconductor company subsidiary of the Swatch Group. With more than 18 years experience in the field of RFID, he is responsible of 2 Business Units:

– RFID System-On-Chip mainly for car access applications;

– RFID Circuits for applications like Access control, Animal ID, Logistic, e-document and transportation.

His activities cover new application segments opening, worldwide sales team support, definition and development of new RFID microchips for readers and tags at all frequencies (LF, HF, UHF, microwave). Previously, he held several positions in RFID chip design and design team leadership. Parallel to this, he is involved in ISO and EPCglobal standardization groups contributing to ISO14223, ISO18000 series and EPC C1G2 standards.

Prior to joining EM Microelectronic, Mr Th. Roz was Monolithic Microwave IC (MMIC) designer at TRT-Philips Communication Systems, a leader in communication systems based in Paris/France, and Philips Microwave Limeil, the GaAs wafer foundry of Philips also based in Paris/France.

“DRIVING INNOVATION IN THE LOGISTIC SUPPLY CHAIN WITH BATTERY ASSISTED PASSIVE UHF EPC TECHNOLOGY”

EM Microelectronic has been a long term participant and active contributor of the ISO/IEC 18000-6 standard. The smart usage of the well-established ISO/IEC 18000-6C/EPC C1G2 RFID communication protocol in logistics and supply chain applications enables seemless introduction of advanced RFID labels and tags with new sensing and monitoring capabilities. The availability of affordable thin film, flexible batteries and the existing high volume smart label manufacturing technology facilitate the integration of sensing and monitoring capabilities such as temperature, pressure, shock, light and humidity. Furthermore, battery assistance significantly increases the reading range of passive tags or improves their communication in harsh environments.

 

Speaking on November 2


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