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 and measurement solutions?
Session 1 – Object-to-object communication
Chairman: Martin George, CEO – Smart Sensors
– H. Sprague Ackley, Technologist – Intermec
Encoding your bar code data in RFID
– Alexander Ferro, BD Active RFID Division – Albis Technologies
RFID Secured Object – where is it and in what condition?
– David Orban, Founder – Widetag
The Internet of Things and the transparent society
Session 2 – Towards Smart Cities
Chairman: Sophie B. de la Giroday, President – Wise Media
– Pier Luigi Foschi, CEO – Costa Crociere
Sustainable floating smart cities
– Nevio Di Giusto, CEO – FIAT Research Center & Elasis
Reducing the impact of city mobility
– Adam Giambrone, Chairman of the Board – Toronto Transit Commission
Towards and open transport and ticketing system
– Claudia Carta, Senior Manager Governmental Affairs EMEA – Philips
Enhancing life with light