22nd Workshop: Innovations in Wireless for IoT

6 December 2016 at imec – Leuven

Innovations in Wireless for IoT

This workshops builds on our successful workshop on wireless technologies for IoT. This time, we will cover the whole chain: from sensor to the app.

Our speakers from industry and academia will present recent innovations that enable the creation of smart and reliable IoT applications, such as smart high-resolution radars, reliable and accurate positioning, 169 MHz communication, automatic network orchestration, rapid (Sigfox) application development, and IoT testbeds.

Our speakers will inspire you by many applications, some of which will be (live) demonstrated.

Location

imec, Kapeldreef 75, 3001 Heverlee

Final Programme: Presentations and Demos
12:30 Registration with Lunch
13:15 Introduction & Update on imec-iMinds merger
Kris Hermus, Coordinator Wireless Community & Innovation Program Manager, imec
13:40 Building reliable IoT solutions: from sensor to the app
Frank Pasveer, Program Manager IoT, Holst Centre
14:15 Innovations in wireless for IoT applications
Patrick Willekens, Sales Director, Option
14:50 Guided demo tour
Sensing-as-a-Service through Zero-Configuration and Secure IoT peripherals
Danny Hughes, CTO, VersaSense
Functional and pre-certification testing of IoT connectivity
Frank Wybouw, Account Manager, Tucana
Innovation in wireless sensor data insight
Joris Van der Elst, Business Development Manager, SmartLog
6 Key Challenges to the Internet of Things
Sven De Coster, CN Rood
Guided commissioning of wireless networks using a mobile device
Geoffrey Ottoy, Postdoctoral Researcher, KU Leuven – DraMCo
The Quicksand QW Sigfox development kit: Plug-in. Compile. Connect!
Lieven Hollevoet and Steven Sanders, QuickSand
Smart sensing with a high-resolution mm-wave radar
Maxim Rykunov and Karthick Parashar, R&D Researchers, imec
Imec activities on wireless sensor networks
Kasper Jordaens, Prototyping Engineer, imec
15:45 Coffee Break
16:10 Silicon radars and smart algorithms: a unique combination for disruptive innovation in perceptive IoT systems
Wim Van Thillo, Program Director Perceptive Systems for IoT, imec
16:45 High accuracy and dependable positioning and timing for your industrial IoT application
Bruno Bougard, R&D Director, Septentrio
 17:20 Conclusions – Q&A
17:30 Networking reception with sandwiches
Free demo visit
19:30 End of the workshop
Registration

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Registrations can be cancelled until November 29, 2016. After this date the complete registration fee will be charged. Please send an email to registration@wireless-community.be to cancel your registration.

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