19 June 2017 at Antwerp University, Campus Groenenborger.
Wireless Technologies and Solutions for Smart Logistics
In this workshop we will present and demonstrate technological innovations that enable smart logistics, both indoor and outdoor, and at a local and global scale.
A snapshot of the innovations that our speakers from both industry and academia will address:
- plastic NFC/RFID
- localisation and tracking in IoT networks
- always connected with LoRa/SigFox/DASH7/NB-IoT/…
- combining authentication and sensing with smart tags
- large-scale evaluations with City-of-Things in Antwerp.
Several innovations will be (live) demonstrated during a guided tour.
The presentations and demos will address technological concepts but also the application possibilities. The workshop is hence open to both experts and non-experts in wireless technology, from technology providers and integrators, to providers and end-users of solutions for logistics.
This workshop is a co-organisation of imec’s Wireless Community and the Innovatiecentrum Antwerpen.
Antwerp University, Campus Groenenborger, Building T, Entrance T1, Groenenborgerlaan 171, 2020 Antwerpen
Tentative Programme: Presentations and Demos
|12:30||Registration with Lunch|
|PLENARY SESSION – PART 1|
Kris Hermus, Coordinator Wireless Community & Innovation Program Manager, imec
Hans Haagdorens, Innovatiecentrum Antwerpen
|13:20||Enabling supply chain visibility
Luc Pleysier, Program Manager Supply Chain Intelligence, VIL
|13:35||NTAG SmartSensors for logistics
Stefan De Troch, Director of product management, NXP Semiconductors
|14:00||Changing the world of logistics with flexible and disposable plastic RFID and NFC chips
Kris Myny, Principal member of technical staff, imec
|14:25||City-of-Things in Antwerp, a large-scale realistic testbed for wireless IoT connectivity and real-time data analysis
Nik Van den Wijngaert, Business development manager, City-of-Things, imec
|14:55||GUIDED DEMO TOUR (6 min/demo)
|Zero-Configuration, Plug and Play Sensing Solutions for Logistics
Danny Hughes, VersaSense
|Mastering wireless interference in the Internet of Things
Sven de Coster, CN Rood
|NTAG SmartSensors for logistics
Stefan De Troch, NXP Semiconductors
|Changing the world of logistics with flexible and disposable plastic RFID and NFC chips
Kris Myny, imec
|City-of-Things in Antwerp, a large-scale realistic testbed for wireless IoT connectivity and real-time data analysis
Nik Van den Wijngaert, City-of-Things, imec
|–:–||GPS-less heterogeneous low-power communication and localisation
Maarten Weyn, Universiteit Antwerpen & imec
|PLENARY SESSION – PART 2|
|16:00||Low Power & High accuracy LPWAN trackers combining multiple geolocation technologies:
Bram Senave, Sales Manager, Actility
|16:25||Hybrid Connected Warehouses: IoT-based solutions to connect and localise goods, devices and people
Jeroen Hoebeke, Professor, Ghent University – IDLab & imec
|16:50||GPS-less heterogeneous low-power communication and localisation
Maarten Weyn, Professor, Universiteit Antwerpen & imec
|17:15||Conclusions – Q&A|
|17:25||Networking reception with sandwiches
Free demo visit
|19:00||End of the workshop|
Registrations have been closed on Fri June 16 at 1PM.