Applying Wireless Sensor Mesh Technology to Logistics (Energy Harvesting and Storage USA 2012)

Dave Evans,
United States
Nov 07, 2012.


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Presentation Summary

  • Logistics involves large, dynamic processes that the wireless mesh must support
  • Logistics processes are global and involve high value items - requiring ubiquitous connectivity simultaneous with security and privacy
  • There can be hundreds of "stakeholders" at a logistics hub
  • All of this combines for some unique requirements, for a potentially massive market

Speaker Biography (Dave Evans)

As an engineer, Mr. Evans has worked with computers, data acquisition, and networking systems since 1981, in research, industrial, commercial, and military environments, to include a wide range of Automatic Identification Technologies. Since 2005, Mr. Evans has worked as the U.S. Army's lead engineer for development of the NGWC wireless sensor mesh protocol, which has been optimized for logistics. Commercial industry is now evaluating NGWC mesh for the commercial logistics market. Mr. Evans will address some of the unique technical and business requirements that the logistics market imposes on wireless sensor mesh protocols.

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