One of the most known, but by far not the only one for tracking, tracing and identification technologies is the RFID Technology. RFID is increasingly being used to optimise business processes in manufacturing, logistics and administration and promises diverse potential and significant growth. But the solutions are highly individual. Impressive best practices and versatile demonstrators show, how the connection of people, goods and information via RFID can work. But we will also focus on topics such as message security, the jungle of standards, indoor navigation and further technologies like RTLS.
By the way: This year's "RFID Symposium" will also be part of the Silicon Saxony Day.
Track & Trace
RFID-supported track and trace system accompanying production of safety-relevant car body parts - Christian Gaiser und Frank Pyritz - fischer Rohrtechnik GmbH und SIGMA Chemnitz GmbH
The ring of protection: Enable perfect security for your messages - Stephan Radke - Linxens Germany GmbH
RTLS - just to know where it is … - Peter Feldmann - KATHREIN Solutions GmbH
MEMS Inertial Sensors for Pedestrian Dead Reckoning - Dirk Droste - Bosch SensorTec
Smart keyless access control demonstrator based on Ultra-Wideband - Kirsten Marschner - Deveritec GmbH
Communication, positioning and sensing - in the jungle of standards between challenges and limits for traffic telematics - Prof. Oliver Michler - TU Dresden - ITVS
RFID & Applications
RFID box storage with visualization of the box contents in a HoloLens - Rocky Telatko - HTW Dresden
LiFi Communication in Aircraft Cabin - Dr. Marcus Werner - aeroLiFi GmbH
"Smart Gear" - Andreas Heinig - Fraunhofer IPMS
RFID Drones: the case of the cost reduction - Kirill Tomashpolskii - AdvanIDe Europe GmbH