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Industrial IoT & Maintenance, Automotive, Logistics & Supply Chain, Healthcare, Retail, Smart City, Consumer IoT, Security

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Let’s talk about Wireless IoT!
What’s possible today? What will be possible tomorrow?

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Exhibition

Meet the experts at the exhibition. The who’s who of the industry is prepared to answer all your questions. The exhibitors are looking forward to meeting you!

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Conference

Discover what’s possible, hear about the latest developments of wireless IoT projects, products and solutions live from international experts.

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Exchange

Dive into a rich exchange of knowledge and talk face-to-face with the experts. There’s no time to waste – find out more details about real IoT solutions in practice!

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Networking

Work hard, play hard. It's a business event, and networking is important. Sometimes it's best to keep your smartphone in your pocket, grab a glass of wine or beer and meet new people and potential business partners or clients! Building new business relationships is key!

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Innovation. Development. Breakthroughs.

Every exhibitor is an expert in wireless IoT technologies. Take full advantage of the event and find the answers you need! The exhibition and the conference form a perfect melting pot.
Dive in and optimize your business for the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Speaker

Selection

Get a 360-degree perspective from business and technology experts about the opportunities, challenges and solutions.

Conference

Schedule
Day 1 (Time Zone: CEST)
Day 2 (Time Zone: CEST)
Day 1 (Time Zone: CEST)
19. October 2022
9:30

❶ ➲ Automotive & Industrial IoT ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 9:30 - 11:00
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain how wireless IoT technology is shaping the future of automotive production.

Wireless IoT technologies are paving the way to Automotive Factory 4.0. Sensors are being used to monitor the status of an increasing number of components, plants and machines, and to perform predictive maintenance. Data is transmitted via LPWAN, Mioty or OPC UA.

Digital twins simulate production based on real data, results are transferred to the control system and achieve real improvements. Machine learning and AI optimize order processing. RFID-tagged components can be identified and tracked. 5G enables reliable, low-latency data connections in automation.

9:30

Secure, Advanced and Easy to Use – EV-Charging & Smart Authentication

Main stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 9:30 - 9:55
Location: Main stage
Speaker:  Johannes Weil

The EV charging market is supercharged—and so is the demand for user authentication and access control solutions for EV charging stations. ELATEC provides convenient and secure user authentication via RFID cards and smartphones. Secured access, tracking user behavior and limit the usage of a charging station for authorized users only!

10:20

Three Tips for Tagging Automotive Parts with RAIN RFID

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 10:20 - 10:45
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Juho Partanen

Join this presentation to learn how to leverage the RAIN RFID-tagged automotive parts specifically after the vehicle is out from the factory, for example, in parking, toll collection, service centers, etc.

On the other hand, what are the challenges related to tagged automotive parts? For example, a toll collection read point needs to differentiate the car license plates from all the other tags that pass by together with the car: bumper tags, four tagged tires, and seats with embedded tags, just to point out a few. This situation is called "tag flooding". A toll collection point only has less than a hundred milliseconds to get the job done! Join the presentation to learn the solution for this challenge.

10:45

RFID Applications in Automotive

Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 10:45 - 11:10
Location:
Speaker:  Miika Pylvänäinen
11:10

Memory requirements of RAIN RFID IC in the industrial IoT space

Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 11:10 - 11:35
Location:
Speaker:  James Goodland
11:35

❷➲ Logistics & Supply Chain ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 11:35 - 14:30
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain how wireless IoT technology is making the supply chain more transparent and efficient.

Wireless IoT technologies are increasingly used at all stages of the supply chain. Goods are tagged with RFID tags during production. Pallets, crates and load carriers are tagged and can be identified. With RFID and RTLS systems, containers in warehouses, at ports and at airports are accurately located and tracked in real time.

BLE, AI, and cloud applications are used to prove the authenticity of tagged products, and sensors are used to monitor cold chains. RFID is used on forklifts and via RFID gates to optimize intralogistics, production and for the optimal planing of goods transport.

11:35

Massive IoT - Enabling Real-time Cold Chain for Israel’s Largest Retailer Shufersal

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 11:35 - 12:00
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Eric Casavant

Battery-free Bluetooth technology is optimizing a farm to store cold chain, reducing food waste, improving quality, and extending the shelf-life of produce harvested for Israel’s largest chain of grocery stores.
Not far from the place where agriculture was born, a cloud-based system from local startup, Wiliot, is enabling real time sensing using smart labels applied to reusable plastic crates. Hear about the story of this deployment, the technology that enables it and where this fits in with the larger movement towards Massive IoT.

12:00

Why RFID is Underused in Logistics and What is Needed to Unleash its Potential

Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 12:00 - 12:25
Location:
Speaker:  Danny Haak

Whether it is validating inbound shipments from suppliers or outbound shipments to customers: RFID has proven itself over and over again to be the technology that delivers, by solving human errors, speeding up slow processes and positively impacting a company’s bottom line.

Reality is that RFID is widely under-used in logistics which means a huge missed opportunity! Especially since the technical solutions are there to unlock this great potential. During this lecture Danny Haak, expert in the field of RFID and software development, will tell you more about this potential and what is needed to unlock it!

12:25

Mixed Technologies for Automatisation in Manufacturing and Logistics

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 12:25 - 12:50
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Peter Albrecht

Different manufacturing processes and work environments have their own set of needs and challenges when it comes to object recognition and process improvements.

Can you see the full picture of your logistics and supply chain operations? Not if you’re using manual steps to bridge the gap between paper and digital information.
When there’s a disconnect between your people and critical information, employee productivity and customer service pay the price.
At Wireless IoT tomorrow we present different use cases where we are using edge computing, rfid and broad set of different other technologies to solve customer issues and help to transform processes for better insight and control so they can make improvements that have an impact.

12:50

Supply Chain Visibility, Driving Efficiencies

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 12:50 - 13:15
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Gary Tattersall

In this presentation, you will learn how RFID-based inventory management can help you as a supply chain manager in the daily challenge of managing your inventory in real time while reducing costs and increasing sales.

13:15

How RFID Can Help to Enhance Sustainability of Supply Chains

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 13:15 - 13:40
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Michael Baucke

With the acceleration of climate change, sustainable supply chains have become a business priority. RFID technology is a great enabler to minimize carbon footprint and waste in many areas. This lecture will cover the following points:

Key RFID applications to reduce carbon emissions and waste in supply chains
Success stories from different industries
Sustainable RFID tags for sustainable supply chains

14:30

❸ ➲ Healthcare & Laboratory ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 14:30 - 15:00
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain how wireless IoT technology improves security in healthcare and reduces the workload of medical staff.

Medical products and containers are tagged with RFID and BLE. Sterile goods, medical equipment and medication can be effectively tracked. UHF RFID-enabled patient wristbands increase patient safety. Access control systems with NFC prevent unauthorized persons from entering secure areas.

Digitization reduces the workload of staff and simplifies processes. WIoT technology controls automatic medication dispensing and transport systems in medical facilities. Laundry management is optimized with RFID.

14:30

It’s Not About Technology, It’s About Value: Reasons Why RFID is Key in eHealth

Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 14:30 - 14:55
Location: Main Stage

Over the last two years, the healthcare industry has faced many changes and challenges related to time management, resource limitations, fast-evolving regulations, technology innovations and patient experience. Healthcare institutions are also tasked to quality medical care, increased efficiency and reduced cost. In this context RFID technology is aimed to facilitate seamless process integration and reduce system complexity while being as simple to use as possible. Indeed, a broad acceptance is mandatory to protect patient information across all processes beyond the theoretical security policy. Allowing authorized personnel to access sensitive data across different workstations must be convenient.

In addition to authentication of people, RFID technology helps identify tools and equipment to create cost reports and provide further information on the use.

This session will detail the benefits of using RFID technology to identify people and equipment, streamline processes and prevent mis-usage of (medical) tools in the healthcare industry. Integrating RFID intelligence to eHealth systems helps organizations maintain security and efficiency for both physical and digital environments — all while ensuring compliance to stringent healthcare regulations.

15:20

❹ ➲ Wireless IoT Technologies ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 15:20 - 17:00
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain how wireless IoT technology improves security in healthcare and reduces the workload of medical staff.

Medical products and containers are tagged with RFID and BLE. Sterile goods, medical equipment and medication can be effectively tracked. UHF RFID-enabled patient wristbands increase patient safety. Access control systems with NFC prevent unauthorized persons from entering secure areas.

Digitization reduces the workload of staff and simplifies processes. WIoT technology controls automatic medication dispensing and transport systems in medical facilities. Laundry management is optimized with RFID.

15:20

How the First Non-cellular 5G Standard (DECT 2020 NR) Impacts the Massive IOT Game

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
19 October
Time: 15:20 - 15:45
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Thomas Weisshaupt
Day 2 (Time Zone: CEST)
20. October 2022
9:00

❶ ➲ Smart City & Security ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 9:00 - 11:00
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain how wireless IoT technology is shaping the smart city of the future.

An increasing number of cities are using LPWAN networks. Sensors monitor soil moisture near city trees and green zones. Traffic and parking management is optimized with RFID, and traffic lights are adapted to the flow of traffic with WIoT technology.

Building management uses BLE, WiFi and sensor technology. Public transport uses BLE and NFC for mobile ticketing solutions. Lighting and waste management systems are controlled with LPWAN transmitted data. Recycling machines with RFID and NFC are placed next to conventional waste containers.

9:30

Connectivity and Connection – ID Authentication & Authorization Solutions

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 9:30 - 9:55
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Burhan Gündüz

The Smart City is here—thanks to “Internet of Things” (IoT) technologies and modern ID authentication and authorization solutions. Learn how cities around the world are implementing emerging IoT technologies, from smart kiosk and locker systems to innovative physical access control solutions. Plus, see how RFID and smartphone identification & authorization deliver connectivity, convenience and security for the Smart City, Smart Workplace and Smart Factory.

10:45

❷ ➲Wireless IoT Technologies ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 10:45 - 13:15
Location: Main Stage

Experts dive deeper into the world of wireless IoT technologies with experience, know-how and expertise.

Discover how different wireless IoT technologies are being used in unique applications across all sectors of the industry.
Technologies covered include: RFID, NFC, 4G/5G, Cloud services, RTLS, UWB, LPWAN, NBIoT, WiFi, BLE, OPC UA and Sensor Technologies.

12:00

Wireless Technologies Developments: Adoption, Implementation, Limitations, Standardization and Legal Limitations

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 12:00 - 12:25
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Frithjof Walk

Overview on the status of Adoption, Implementation, Limitations, Standardization and Legal Limitations of wireless technologies.

12:25

The new era of IoT Edge devices

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 12:25 - 12:50
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Danny Collinson
12:50

How to help Transform the future of the (food) Supply Chain based on Shuffersal Use Case

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 12:50 - 13:15
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  David Beit-On
13:15

❸ ➲ Retail & Consumer IoT ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 13:15 - 14:55
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain how wireless IoT technology will secure the future of retail.

An increasing number of objects – such as clothing, medicine and food – are being networked in the IoT. Source tagging is making objects visible throughout the supply chain, AI is optimizing the control of all processes. Inventory tracking and management in the DC and in the store become transparent. Inventory accuracies of over 99 percent are a reality. Digital platforms and NFC performance strengthen customer experience and loyalty.

13:15

As a Retailer, What Kept Me Awake at Night

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 13:15 - 13:40
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Gary Tattersall

We will not only get to the bottom of this question in our lecture, we will also provide the solution so that you can sleep peacefully in the future.

13:40

The Evolution of RAIN RFID and its Impact on Retail

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 13:40 - 14:05
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Martin Liebl
14:05

Digital Passport and Digital Twin: How the Fashion Market is Approaching these New Opportunities

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 14:05 - 14:30
Location: Main Stage
14:30

Wireless Asset Tracking Solutions

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 14:30 - 14:55
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Volker Gau
14:55

❹ ➲ Industrial IoT & Maintenance ✓

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 14:55 - 17:00
Location: Main Stage

Experts explain the latest trends in wireless IoT technologies for Industry 4.0.

Augmented reality and data glasses are being increasingly used in a growing number of industries. RFID is being integrated into additively manufactured components. Manufacturers and suppliers use OPC UA interfaces for uniform data transmission and usability. Simulations are generated from real data and transferred to the controller to achieve real improvements in production.

AI and cloud applications optimize order planning and reduce overproduction. Systems are monitored with sensors, and malfunctions can be directly identified or anticipated in order to carry out predictive maintenance operations. Data analytics demonstrate progress of digitalization measures. 5G enables fast data connections without latency in automation.

14:55

Optimizing Hydropower Generators (and many more applications) with Passive RFID Sensor Tags

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 14:55 - 15:20
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Richard Aufreiter

Hydropower generators are exposed to severe environment conditions where RFID sensor tags can help optimizing the output of such generators by measuring temperature and strain when no other sensor method would work. This is just one example of the potential of passive RFID sensing. This session will provide an overview on use cases and technologies for RFID sensing both passive and active.

15:45

Operational Efficiency and material flow on the next level. How omlox supercharged locating and identification technologies.

Main Stage
Wireless IoT tomorrow
20 October
Time: 15:45 - 16:10
Location: Main Stage
Speaker:  Dr. Matthias Jöst

Knowing WHERE something is located is an essential element for efficient logistics and intralogistics. Satellite-based tracking systems are en vogue outdoors, but indoor positioning still poses a major challenge for many. Which technology is the right one? For which use case? In which spatial situation? And above all: From which manufacturer? The open locating standard omlox provides the answers here, as it allows the free combination of locating technologies and manufacturers, and supports precise locating in metal-intensive environments such as high-bay warehouses using open UWB technology.

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First Day Pass

59
Date October 19th
  • Participation on October 19th
  • Access to all conference lectures for one day
  • Access to the exhibition for one day
  • Wi-Fi

Second Day Pass

59
Date October 20th
  • Participation on October 20th
  • Access to all conference lectures for one day
  • Access to the exhibition for one day
  • Wi-Fi

VIP Pass

109
Date October 19th & 20th
  • Participation on both event days (19th and 20th October)
  • Access to all conference lectures for both days
  • Access to the exhibition for both days
  • Wi-Fi

Platinum

Sponsors

Event

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Platinum Sponsor: HID Global / Booth #20

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Platinum Sponsor: Turck / Booth #69

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Gold Sponsor: Kathrein Solutions / Booth #36

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Platinum Sponsor: Zebra / Booth #70

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Gold Sponsor: Wirepas / Booth #71

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Platinum Sponsor: Denso Wave  / Booth #47

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Platinum Sponsor: Cisper / Booth #46

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Gold Sponsor: Avery Dennison / Booth #52

Event

Location
The Venue

The Wireless IoT tomorrow 2022 will take place at the RheinMain CongressCenter in Wiesbaden, in the immediate vicinity of Frankfurt/Main Airport, in the German state of Hesse.

Transport

Getting to Wiesbaden is easy: It's is only a 30-minute drive from Frankfurt International Airport to Wiesbaden by car or suburban train. The RMCC is 800 meters away from Wiesbaden's main train station.

Hotel

The right accommodation in the immediate vicinity of the RMCC Wiesbaden is just a click, a phone call or an e-mail away. Rooms will be available for booking by our hotel department soon. All hotels are within walking distance of the RMCC Wiesbaden.

Seize the opportunity to revitalize personal business relations at the Wireless IoT tomorrow 2022 on October 19th & 20th at the RheinMain CongressCenter Wiesbaden, in the midst of a recognized innovation cluster.

Address

Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 1, 65185 Wiesbaden
Germany

Hotel Booking

0611 / 1729 777

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