Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2010
Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2010

 
 

Conference Agenda

 
 
This is the complete agenda for both Energy Harvesting and Wireless Sensor Networks events. Conference delegates have access to all the presentations.

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Wednesday, 26 May 2010

 The Analyst View
08:45IDTechEx
 Keynotes
10:15Coffee & Networking Break
12:10SNCF
09:00ST-Ericsson
09:25EADS Innovation Works
09:50Northrop Grumman
10:55Rolls-Royce Control and Systems UTC
11:20PRI Ltd
11:45Pavegen Systems ltd
12:10SNCF
12:35Lunch

Track 1

 Transportation
14:00NYK Line
 Military
14:25SPAWAR Systems Centre San Diego
 Buildings, Architecture and Construction
14:50The Facility
 Applications and Payback Assessment
15:15Savi Technology
15:40Coffee & Networking Break
16:10Beckhoff Automation
16:35IDTechEx
17:00Cranfield University
17:25Day 1 Track 1 Ends

Track 2

 Passive RFID Sensors
14:00GE Global Research
14:25PriMeBits Project
 Photovoltaics
14:50Konarka Technologies GmbH
15:15Q-mo solar AG
15:40Coffee & Networking Break
 Breakthrough in Batteries
16:10Infinite Power Solutions Inc
16:35Technion
17:00Tadiran Batteries GmbH
17:25Day 1 Track 2 Ends

Thursday, 27 May 2010

Track 1

 Energy Harvesting from Multiple Harvesters
09:00MicroStrain
 Energy Harvesting Powered WSN
09:25NPL
09:50EnOcean GmbH
 Energy Harvesting Technology Overview
10:15IMEC/Holst Centre
10:40Coffee & Networking Break
 Energy Harvesting Powered Consumer Electronics
11:20ARVENI
 Energy Storage Devices
11:45Fraunhofer IZM
 Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting
12:10Schneider Electric
12:35Lunch
 Wind Energy Harvesting
14:00Humdinger Wind Energy
 Progress with Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting
14:25Fraunhofer IKTS
14:50Ferroperm Piezoceramics A/S
15:15University of Southampton
15:40Coffee & Networking Break
16:10Prince of Songkla University
 Displays Suitable for Energy Harvesters
16:35ADT
17:00ZigBee
17:20Power Sources Working Group
17:30Day 2 Track 1 Ends

Track 2

 Wireless Sensor Networks, Active RFID & RTLS
09:00Dust Networks
09:25IDENTEC SOLUTIONS AG
09:50WISEBED Project University of Lubeck
10:15DecaWave
10:40Coffee & Networking Break
11:20Jennic Limited
 Power Management
11:45Cymbet
12:10Fraunhofer IIS
12:35Lunch
14:00Micropelt GmbH
 Ultra Low Power Devices
14:25Texas Instruments GmbH
14:50Microdul AG
15:15Philips Research
15:40Coffee & Networking Break
16:00Conference resumes in Track 1
 
 
 

Wednesday May 26, 2010

Transportation (14:00 - 14:15)

14:00 - 14:25 "Active RFID + Display + Location for Automotive Logistics"
  • Active RFID enables long distance communication
  • Display as an alternative to legacy paper labels
  • Location detection is an essential requirement for logistics operations
  • Finished vehicles transported individually (using VIN) during their supply chain
  • New system eliminates unnecessary works dramatically in automotive logistics
 
 
 
 

 

 
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