Speaker: Jeroen Hoebeke, Professor Company/ Institute: IDLab, Ghent University & imec Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: Today, a majority of warehouses are not yet taking advantage of increased automated handling based on connected transport systems, tagged goods, tagged trolleys, connected workers, etc. The imec HYCOWARE project investigates novel, plug-and-produce wirelessly connected product offerings
Speaker: Luc Pleysier, Program Manager Supply Chain Intelligence Company/ Institute: VIL Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: The growing complexity and internationalization of the logistic flows, feeds the need to realize a reliable link between the physical logistic and digital information flows. It’s imperative for businesses to innovate new ways to streamline their
Speaker: Bram Senave, Sales Manager Company/ Institute: Actility Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: The fast emergence of new wireless networks operating in the ISM bands known as Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) is changing the connectivity landscape of IOT devices. Those new technologies are designed to support services which need long
Speaker: Sven De Coster, Account Manager Company/ Institute: CN Rood Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: TBD Slides: available for download after the workshop (Community members only, login required)
Speaker: Nik Van den Wijngaert, Business Development Manager Company/ Institute: imec Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: City of Things brings the Internet of Things to the city. It is a one-of-a-kind initiative, connecting 200.000 urban citizens with developers and tech entrepreneurs, through a massive amount of smart devices spread over the city
Speaker: Maarten Weyn, Professor, Universiteit Antwerpen & imec Company/ Institute: Universiteit Antwerpen Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: Most track-&-trace solutions that are currently used in logistics (to track containers, for instance) only support a single communication technology. Each technology has its limitations though; some perform better indoors – others are meant to
Speaker: Kris Myny, Principal member of technical staff Company/ Institute: imec Event: 23rd workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Abstract: Imec has built NFC and RFID tags which are made with plastic electronics technology. These tags can be produced through low cost large-area manufacturing processes, and opens up several new possibilities for NFC and RFID deployments.
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: