Going Green - How Paper Can Help To Reduce The Environmental Footprint Of RFID And Wireless Sensors (Sensors Europe 2020)

Mr Klaus Simonmeyer, Business Development Director
Identiv GmbH
Germany
 

Presentation Summary

Production and use of RFID tags and wireless sensors are contributing to the worldwide environmental pollution. Predominantly designed as single-use products and PET-based, millions of units are being put in the trash on a daily basis. Replacing PET by paper and manufacturing with cleaner processes make this technology more eco-friendly and substainable.

Speaker Biography (Klaus Simonmeyer)

Klaus is Business Development Director at IDENTIV for RFID transponder sales in the EMEA region. He's been working in the field of RFID and wireless sensors for more than a decade and holds a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Applied Sciences in Munich. Prior to his current position, Klaus has started his career as a software developer, after that he has moved on to Product Management and Sales in various positions in industrial metrology. Outside of work he enjoys good books, jogging and boating.

Company Profile (Identiv)

Identiv is a leading supplier of RFID, NFC and inlays for a variety of applications, including NFC-enabled solutions, asset tracking, ticketing for transit, electronic game applications, healthcare, and trusted authentication: Identiv's RFID, NFC and inlays are versatile and can be embedded or attached to consumables, wearables, equipment machinery, and everyday items. RFID, NFC and inlays are the foundation of the Internet of Things (IoT) market and address the emerging needs for securing identities in the connected world. Many market segments are taking advantage of the benefits of IoT — consumer, industrial, infrastructure, medical, and more. Specifically through its innovative research and in-design hub, Identiv Labs, Identiv has the design and manufacturing capabilities to fuel IoT growth with smart and secure devices.
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Sensors Europe 2020