The concept of RFID tomorrow is unique throughout Europe. It is unique not only because it has become a can’t-miss event for everyone interested in IoT, Auto-ID, RTLS and process optimisation; it is unique because of the broad range it covers: participants from all over the world, large and small scale RFID applications, holistic and highly specialised RFID solutions providers. In just two days, participants can learn about the state of the technology, hear presentations about successful RFID solutions and experience RFID technology being demonstrated live in a SpeedLab. In addition, RFID tomorrow offers the chance to establish useful personal contacts, on the exhibition floor as well as during the rich after-show program.
Expert talks on Developer Day
The full range of RFID tomorrow 2016 is on display on Developer Day, September 19th. 20 conference talks by global players such as Fujitsu, Impinj and Siemens, but also by highly specialised companies from Germany and all over the globe show which possibilities the technology offers today – and what it will offer in just a few years.
User talks and SpeedLabs on User Day
Like the entirety of RFID tomorrow, User Day, September 19th, covers a variety of topics. 24 talks in 3 forums offer insight on successful RFID solutions in industry and maintenance, in logistics and retail as well as in medicine. Participants can experience large-scale RFID implementations at companies such as Airbus, Bosch and Volkswagen, as well as specialised process optimisation by targeted smaller-scale RFID applications. The SpeedLabs on User Day will demonstrate new hardware, process models, automated systems and robots as well as holistic systems solutions, middleware and software live.
Registration for RFID tomorrow 2016 is still open. You can reserve your place online at www.rfid-tomorrow.com/registration. We look forward to your participation!
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