VisualRFID, Innovation for People Flow Management (RFID Europe 2010)

Dr Marko Mattila, Project Manager
Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
Finland
 
2010 9월29일.

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Presentation Summary

  • How the extend RFID from material flow to people flow?
  • RFID and E-paper displays are natural combination
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Speaker Biography (Marko Mattila)

Dr. Marko Mattila holds currently a position in Electria, a R&D Unit of Metropolia University of Applied Sciences. His expertise areas include new applications of RFID, low power RF communications and e-paper displays. Before he joined Metropolia at 2008, he worked at Helsinki University of Technology as a researcher and project manager for 10 years. Since mid 2009 he has been responsible of one of the most innovative RFID -projects in Finland, - VisualRFID. With multiple industrial partners this project develops new kind of RFID tags with included e-paper display to be used on people flow management.

Company Profile (Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences)

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Metropolia is the biggest university of applied sciences in Finland, with some 15,000 students and a staff of over 1,100. The education, research and development and services it provides have been designed specifically for the needs of the Helsinki metropolitan area and its labor market needs. Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences has four fields of study: Culture, Economics and Business Administration, Health Care and Social Services, and Technology.
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