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Smart City | Consumer IoT
Think Wireless IoT Day 04/2021

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Themenschwerpunkte der Fachvorträge „Lösungen in Smart City & Consumer IoT“

  • City of Heidelberg: LPWAN und Ultraschallsensorik
  • City of Hamburg: IoT-Plattform und Sensorik für den großflächigen Einsatz bei öffentlichen und innerstädtischen Veranstaltungen
  • City of Melbourne: Big Data für eine optimierte Fußgänger-Mobilität
  • RFID-gestütztes Verkehrs- und Parkraummanagement: Parkplatzverfügbarkeit, Überwachung der Parkzeit, Verkehrssteuerung
  • Robuster LPWAN Standard MIOTY
  • Sichere Authentifizierung und Zugangskontrolle mit RFID beispielsweise in Gebäuden
  • City of Porto: Mobile Ticketing-Lösung mit BLE und NFC
  • City of Lisbon: LoRa-Netzwerk optimiert städtisches Abfallmanagement
  • Universitätsmedizin Greifswald: Digitale Patientennavigation

In Zusammenarbeit mit:

  • Elatec
  • Feig Electronic
  • Pepperl+Fuchs
  • HAW Hamburg
  • Ryan Watson Consulting
  • Fraunhofer IIS
  • City of Hamburg
  • City of Melbourne
  • Universität Porto
  • City of Porto
  • FIT - Future Internet Technologies
  • ISEL - Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
  • Universitätsmedizin Greifswald
Die Aufnahmen dieser Vorträge sind verfügbar!
Unimedizin Greifswald
Toralf Schnell
Toralf Schnell, Universitätsmedizin Greifswald
CDO, Universitätsmedizin Greifswald
Digital Patient Navigation – The Use of Digital Solutions in a Smart Hospital
  • Wayfinding in a Hospital with Live Indoor Navigation
  • Adapt Routing in an Agile and Dynamic Way
  • Development of a Digital Patient Orientation System
Elatec
Janek Grill
Janek Grill, Elatec
Global Account Manager Secure Printing, Elatec
Secure Authentication in Consumer IOT with RFID & mobile Devices
  • Discover how Emerging Access Control Solutions Can Drive Digital Transformation at Your Company for Improved Security, Flexibility and Convenience.
  • Latest Digital Solutions, Including RFID, NFC and BLE Credentialing Technologies
Ryan Watson Consulting
Dr. Richard Watson, Ryan Watson Consulting
Dr. Richard Watson
Director, Ryan Watson Consulting
City of Melbourne: Enhancing Pedestrian Mobility in Smart Cities Using Big Data
  • Internet of Things and Big Data Analytics
  • Pedestrian Traffic and Time Series Forecasting
Pepperl+Fuchs
Wolfgang Weber, Pepperl+Fuchs
Wolfgang Weber
Global Industry Manager, Pepperl+Fuchs
Use of LoRaWAN in the Municipal Environment
  • LoRaWAN and Its Infrastructure in the Smart City
  • Presentation of Ultrasonic Level Sensor
  • Level Measurement in Glass Containers
  • Smart Winter Road Maintenance
  • Examplified with the City of Heidelberg
HAW Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmidt, HAW Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmidt
Computer Science Department, HAW Hamburg
Towards a Smart City of Hamburg with RIOT
  • Autonomous Sensor Box with RIOT
  • EU Project MONICA: Large-scale IoT Deployments at Public, Inner-City Events
  • City of Hamburg: Smart City Activities, Field tests, End-to-End IoT Sensor Application
Feig Electronic
Daniel Büth, Feig Electronic
Daniel Büth
Head of Sales Identification, Feig Electronic
Smart and Secure Traffic Applications with RFID & More
  • Parking & Tolling
  • Inner City Protection
  • By Using RFID Technology, Induction Loop Detectors and Barrier Control Systems – Everything from a Single Source
ISEL & FIT
Nuno Cruz, ISEL & FIT
Nuno Cruz
Professor and Researcher, FIT/ISEL & LASIGE/FC
LoRaWAN at the Core of a Smart City
  • Examplified with the City of Lisbon
  • City-wide LoRa Network
  • Urban Waste Management and LPWAN Trials
  • Improving overall Fleet Efficiency
Fraunhofer IIS
René Dünkler, Fraunhofer IIS
René Dünkler
Technology Marketing Positioning and Networks, Fraunhofer IIS
Mioty: Next Generation Wireless IoT Network for Smart City Applications
  • Challenges for the Future of IoT in Cities
  • Technical Implementation of the Challenges by Mioty
  • Application Examples for the City of the Future
  • Offers for Cities from the Mioty Alliance
University of Porto
Marta Campos Ferreira, University of Porto
Marta Campos Ferreira
Researcher and Invited Assistant Professor - Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto
Porto's Micro-Location Mobile Ticketing Solution Based on BLE and NFC Technologies
  • Challenges on the Implementation of BLE and NFC in Mobile Ticketing Solutions
  • Advice and Lessons Learned from the Porto Case Study

Mit dabei:

SIL & FIT
Pepperl+Fuchs
Ryan Watson Consulting
Stadt Hamburg
Stadt Heidelberg
Universität Porto
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