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Wireless Identification

Connecting to a smarter world

Short-range wireless identification technologies are pioneering a world where objects are part of an invisible ubiquitous computing network. Since consumer electronics, mobile device and PC industries are adopting these standards, this knowledge is a must for every professional dealing with ICT.

What is state-of-the-art in passive and active communication? What are the advantages of integrating leading edge sensor networks and technologies enabling machine-to-machine communication? What can wireless identity do for advanced tracking, surveillance and measurement solutions?


Master-classes on RFID, Barcode and other ubiquitous intelligence enabling technologies


Data Collection

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Session 1 – Data Collection

– H. Sprague Ackley, Technologist – Intermec
Encoding your bar code data in RFID

– Aldo Agostini, CEO – Adeia Consulting
Geolocation services on smart mobile devices: assessments and warnings of the privacy authorities of European countries

– Bertus Pretorius, System Architect and Chief Researcher – iDocTrust
Document integrity: a method to offline verify document integrity using RFID, barcodes, X.509

– Giulio Berzuini, Vice President & General Manager Hand Held Scanners – Datalogic
The anti-counterfit challenge

– Ian Griffiths, Director – Carbon Verified
Analysing virtual cloud data storage

Coffee Break

Session 2 – RFID

-Patrick Burns, President & Chairman – Dash7 Alliance
New opportunities in active RFID using Dash7

– Gerhard Schedler, President & CEO – Identec Solutions
Enabling real-time business Intelligence with wireless sensor networks

-Zeno Stämmer, VP Active RFID – Albis Technologies
RFID asset tracking – assets, what about people safety?

– Thierry Roz, Business Units Manager RFID – EM Microelectronic
Driving innovation in the logistic supply chain with UHF EPC technology

– Jukka Voutilainen, CEO – Voyantic
Tag performance measurements in the UHF RFID industry


Session 3 – Tracking

-Diana Hage, CEO – RFID Global Solution
Building the leading real-time asset visibility with RFID

– Rodolfo Veltri Gomes, Senior Support Engineer – NXP Semiconductors
Trends on device authentication and asset tracking ecosystem and respective impact for distribution channel

– Dennis Khoo, CEO – Xerafy
Enabling real-time business intelligence with wireless wensor networks

– Carlo Maria Medaglia, Coordinator of the RFID Lab – University la Sapienza
Real time location systems in wireless sensors networks

– Stefano Dolci, Maintenance Manager – SEA Milan Airports
RFID on airport maintenance operations

Coffee Break

Session 4 – Sensing

– Reinhard Jurisch, Managing Director – Microsensys
Performance variants in RFID sensor technology

– Gerd vom Boegel, Group-Manager Transponder-Systems – Fraunhofer IMS
Self-sustaining sensor-transponders

– Oluf Alminde, Director of Sales and Marketing – IDS Microchip
RFID + sensors = the curriculum vitae of things

– Nicola De Carne, CEO – Wi-Next
Wireless sensor mesh network, from carrier of data to an ecosystem of services on wireless networks

End of Conference Sessions

Special Discount

Register and pay before Sep 15 and save 15% off the registration fee:
– 637.50

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