Next Think WIOT Day

Smart City | Consumer IoT
Think Wireless IoT Day 04-2021: Live stream on July 7th

Participation is free of charge. All you need to do is to register to get your personal login. All Users registered on the Think Wireless IoT portal simply use the login they have already created.

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If you are interested in a participation as a speaker, please visit our Think WIOT Days service site or contact Franziska Schitter.

Main Topics of the Expert Lectures on “Knowledge in Smart City & Consumer IoT”

  • Secure Authentication and Access Control with RFID
  • LPWAN for Intelligent Lighting Control and Efficient Waste Management
  • City of Hamburg: IoT Platform and Sensor Technology for Large-Scale Deployment at Public and Inner-City Events
  • RFID-enabled Traffic and Parking Management: Parking Availability, Monitoring of Parking Time, Traffic Contro
  • City of Melbourne: Big Data for Optimized Pedestrian Mobility
Comfirmed Lecture Sessions
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
Wolfgang Weber, Pepperl+Fuchs
Wolfgang Weber
Global Industry Manager, Pepperl+Fuchs
Use of LoRaWAN in the Municipal Environment
  • Smart Lighting & Smart Metering
  • Smart Parking: Availability of Space, Supervision of Parking Time, Guidance of Traffic
  • Smart Waste Disposal
  • Examplified with the City of Heidelberg
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
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
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
The agenda is not yet available


Ryan Watson Consulting
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