An IDTechEx Conference SeriesWireless Sensor Networks & RTLS USA 2011
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Conference Agenda

Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011

 Keynote Presentations
08:45IDTechEx
09:00Ford Motor Company
09:25Volvo Technology
09:50The Marketing Store
10:15Philips Research Laboratories
10:40BREAK
11:20Living PlanIT
11:45Georgia Tech
12:10One Laptop Per Child
12:35Infinite Power Solutions
13:05LUNCH

Track 1

 Needs and Applications in Buildings, Infrastructure & Logistics
14:30Osram Sylvania
14:55Cubic Global Tracking Solutions
 Solar Powered Sensors
15:20SolarPrint Ltd
15:45BREAK
 Energy Harvesting in Healthcare
16:15Exponent
 Wireless Power
16:40Leggett & Platt Automotive Group
17:05WiTricity Corporation
17:30Fulton Innovation
17:55END

Track 2

 Energy Harvesting for Land, Sea and Air Vehicles
14:30Levant Power Corporation
14:55Electric Truck
15:20National Institute of Aerospace
15:45BREAK
16:15Falmouth Scientific Inc
16:40Electric Aircraft Corporation
 Energy Harvesting for Consumer Electronics and Consumer Goods
17:05InStep NanoPower
 Footstep Harvesting in Grid Power Replacement
17:30POWERleap
17:55END

Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011

Track 1

 Energy Harvesting Powered Sensor Solutions
09:00MicroStrain
09:25EnOcean Inc.
09:50Oak Ridge National Laboratory
10:15Cymbet Corporation
10:40BREAK
 Wireless Sensor Network Development
11:20Millennial Net
11:45Dust Networks
 Energy Harvesting in the Military
12:10Naval Research Laboratory
12:35LUNCH
 Energy Storage: Breakthroughs
14:00Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd.
14:25MIT
 Ultra Low Power Electronics & System Design
15:15Linear Technology
Silicon Labs
14:50Microchip Technology Inc
15:15Arrow Electronics
15:40BREAK
16:10Fraunhofer IIS
16:35Imperial College London
17:00Ember Corporation
17:25END

Track 2

 Flexible & Stretchable Energy Harvesting
09:00IDTechEx
09:25MC10
09:50University of Bolton
 New Energy Storage Materials and Concepts
10:15MIT - Department of Materials Science
10:40BREAK
 Thermoelectric: New Progress
11:20Nextreme Thermal Solutions
11:45BASF Future Business GmbH
12:10Amerigon/BSST LLC
12:35Marlow Industries
13:00LUNCH
 Application of Electromagnetic Harvesters
14:00MicroGen Systems LLC
14:25Perpetuum Ltd
 Magnetostrictive Energy Harvesters
14:50ETREMA Products
 Thin Film Piezoelectrics
15:15NNL - Universita del Salento
15:40BREAK
17:25END
 
 

Wednesday November 16, 2011

Wireless Sensor Network Development (11:20 - 12:10)

11:20 - 11:45 "Dynamic Meshing - Next Gen WSN for the Dynamic World"
  • Dynamic world applications present numerous challenges to mainstream WSN protocols. Smart Wireless Devices on the networks are required to be constantly connected and be able to intelligently adapt to always changing mobile environments in real time speeds. No longer can centralized logic approach satisfy ever-growing demands of dynamic networks.
  • Next Gen WSN provides high performance mesh networking to enable new applications with mobility and flexibility. Dynamic Meshing logic eliminates all barriers mainstream WSN protocols could not overcome.
  • Numerous additional opportunities arise with ability to combine RFID, Power Harvesting and Dynamic Meshing WSN technologies.
 
11:45 - 12:10 "Wireless RTLS Mesh Networks: No Wires Required"
  • IEEE 802.15.4 wireless mesh networks based on time-synchronized, channel hopping standards such as IEC62591 (WirelessHART) offer carrier-class reliability and network-wide low power, enabling every node to operate for many years on batteries or energy harvesting power sources.
  • New low power wireless standards, such as ZigBee Green Power, 6LoWPAN and 802.15.4E, will bring ultra low power wireless sensors powered by energy harvesting to even broader markets.
  • Examples of a variety of low power wireless mesh network applications will be presented, including data center energy management, equipment condition monitoring and process plant efficiency.
  • Location aware, wire-free mesh networks can dramatically cut the installation cost of RTLS infrastructure, while offering the ability to simultaneously transmit wireless sensor data, control signals and accurate location information for both static and moving objects.