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Conference Agenda

Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015


Energy Harvesting & Internet of Things

Joint Keynotes

08:30 IDTechEx
Welcome and Introduction
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
United Kingdom
08:45 Qualcomm
Creating Value-Added Products Using Surface Electronics
Mr Stein Lundby, R&D Manager
United States
09:10 Ericsson AB
The Power of Touch - Exploring the Real World Web
Mr Jan Hederen, DU Radio, Strategy Manager
Ericsson AB
09:35 Flextronics
Wearable Technologies: The Design & Manufacturing Challenges
Mr Keith Churches, Head of Innovation
United Kingdom
10:00Energy Harvesting & Internet of Things KeynotesStora Enso Oyj/ Renewable Packaging
Internet of Packages
Dr Juha Maijala, Manager, Intelligent Solutions
Stora Enso Oyj/ Renewable Packaging
Energy Harvesting and Internet of Things - Some Highlights 2015-2025
Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman
United Kingdom
11:55AgustaWestland SpA
Vibration Energy Harvesting and Wireless Sensors: Enabling Technologies for On-Rotor HUM
Mr Tiziano Frattini, Avionic System Engineer
AgustaWestland SpA
Energy Autonomous Wireless Instruments in the Process Industry
Dr Kai Koenig, Senior Scientist
12:45Energy Harvesting & Internet of Things AwardsPrinted Electronics Awards
 Smart Lighting 
14:30The Technology Partnership plc
The IoT and Street Lighting: 200k Nodes and Counting
Mr Richard Sims, Business Manager, Connected Devices
The Technology Partnership plc
United Kingdom
14:55Bardsley Consulting
Smart Lighting: Who Needs It?
Dr Norman Bardsley, Consultant on Displays and Organic Electronics
Bardsley Consulting
United States
 Enabling IoT 
15:20TE Connectivity
Smart Connectivity as the Building Block for Internet of Things
Mr Mark Maas, Business Development Manager
TE Connectivity
15:45Atmel Corporation
Internet of Things Drives New Vertical Markets Ranging from Wearables, to the Connected Car, Healthcare and More
Mr Kaivan Karimi, Vice President & GM
Atmel Corporation
United States
 System Platforms 
Economics of Data in IoT: How to Sell/Buy Data?
Mr Renaud Di Francesco, Director, Europe Technology Standards Office
United Kingdom
17:10Deutsche Telekom AG
Challenges from the Identities of Things
Mr Ingo Friese, R&D Expert & Project Manager
Deutsche Telekom AG
17:35Fraunhofer IIS
Energy Harvesting Systems with Optimized Power Management Circuits
Dr Peter Spies, Senior Research Manager
Fraunhofer IIS
18:00Day 1 Ends 

Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015


Internet of Things

Internet of Things Track B

 Case Studies: Proving The ROI 
08:30B+B SmartWorx
How Distributed Intelligence at the Network Edge Impacts Industrial Processes: Reduces Total Cost of Ownership, Costs & Complexity; Protects Existing Investment; Speeds Develop & Deploy Cycles
Tim Taberner, Global Product Manager
B+B SmartWorx
08:55Breed Reply
Business Models for Building Successful IoT Start-Ups
Emanuele Angelidis, CEO
Breed Reply
United Kingdom
09:20Store Electronic Systems
Smart ESLs: IoT Enablers to Connected Store
Fritz Hanzek, Sales Director
Store Electronic Systems
Transforming Store Stock Management through RFID Technology
Mr Craig Murray, Technology Manager
United Kingdom
 Sensors for IoT, WT and Contextual KnowledgeData at the Edge - RAIN RFID
Announcing BeanIoT™ - Defining Form, Fit and Function of IoT Leaf-Nodes
Mr Andrew Holland, Managing Director
United Kingdom
AIM Germany Representing FEIG
Let it Rain! The UHF RFID Alliance
Mr Frithjof Walk,
AIM Germany Representing FEIG
11:40Fraunhofer FOKUS
The Open Platforms as Key Enabler for Developing IoT Applications
Dr Adel Al-Hezmi, ICT Senior Solutions Architect
Fraunhofer FOKUS
How RAIN RFID is Used in Retail Stores to Allow Omni-Channel
Mr Danny Haak,
12:05DecaWave / Agilion
Micro-Location - The value of Answering to the "Where" Question
Mr Luc Darmon, VP of Strategy and Business Development
DecaWave / Agilion
University of Parma
Evolving Use Cases and Business Models for RFID in Retail
Andrea Volpi, Lecturer Industrial Engineering Dept.
University of Parma
12:30Infineon Technologies Austria AG
Security for Future Smart-Home IoT Networks - Easy to use
Dr Rainer Matischek, Staff Engineer System Engineering
Infineon Technologies Austria AG
Avery Dennison
Retail RFID Implementation Best Practices
Mr William Toney, Head of Market Development Global RFID Solutions
Avery Dennison
United States
12:55LunchLogopak Systeme GmbH & co. KG
Made to Order
Mr Lars Thuring, Strategic Development Manager
Logopak Systeme GmbH & co. KG
13:20Autonomous / Connected VehiclesLunch
Connected Car Concepts
Mr Markus Dillinger, Director for Industry Communications in Smart Grid
14:55Freie Universitaet Berlin
Riding in the Car of the Future
Dr Daniel Goehring, AG Intelligent Systems and Robotics
Freie Universitaet Berlin
Connected Car" and "Internet Of Things" Converging Platforms and New Business Opportunities....
Holger Weiss, CEO
15:45MIRA Ltd
The Growing Influence and Future Impact of Intelligent and Connected Technologies
Mr Chris Reeves, Commercial Manager
United Kingdom
 Internet of Things Platforms 
16:40DASH7 Alliance
DASH7 Transforms Things into a Distributed Database
Mr Michael Andre, President of the DASH7 Alliance
DASH7 Alliance
17:05Day 2 Ends 

Wednesday April 29, 2015

Internet of Things Platforms (16:40 - 17:05)

16:40 - 17:05 "DASH7 Transforms Things into a Distributed Database"
The DASH7 Alliance Protocol originates from the ISO/IEC 18000-7 standard, but is enhanced to become a bidirectional, ultra-low power, long range, wireless sensor communication standard in all subGHz ISM bands. In contrast to many other wireless communication protocols, the DASH7 Alliance Protocol defines the full OSI stack and puts the filesystem content as the center element of communication. With the latest release of the protocol, queries and automatic notifications based on file content enable the developer to focus on sensor and actuator data processing, while the DASH7 stack handles the communication based on the values of these data.
17:05 Day 2 Ends