Over 1,700 participant accreditations within four weeks of the virtual event!
After four successful weeks, the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020 closes its virtual doors today. The event team would like to sincerely thank all exhibitors, speakers and participants for their dedicated cooperation and interest in the event.
"Thanks to our sponsors – Avery Dennison, Feig Electronic, HID Global, Kathrein Solutions, NXP Semiconductors, Siemens, Turck and Zebra Technologies – we were able to host a digital platform for experienced experts from the field of RFID & wireless IoT technologies. Unleashing power, ideas and energy together is the motto because 2020 has taught us to conceive new solutions and to react flexibly and quickly to changes in plans. With over 1,700 attendee accreditations, we have successfully launched our very first virtual trade show," summarizes Anja Van Bocxlaer, Conference Manager and Editor-in-Chief of the first digital RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow.
"We are extremely pleased that so many exhibitors and visitors took part in the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020 DIGITAL under the special circumstances of 2020. The preparation and organization required a lot of flexibility from everyone involved. We are pleased to have mastered the challenges together and look forward with confidence to 2021," states Niklas Van Bocxlaer, Exhibition Manager.
The First Digital Exhibition is a Complete Success
Over 700 participants visited the digital exhibition in the virtual space. More than 820 hotspots, including over 200 product displays, downloads and recordings of presentations, were integrated. In total, more than 7,200 clicks were registered on the content in the digital exhibition.
Over 300 Questions Answered in the Digital Conference
Parallel to the first two event weeks, the live stream conference took place over eight days with eight topic-specific forums. In total, almost 1,200 participants tuned into the live stream conference for over 30 hours. Approximately 70 speakers answered more than 300 questions in the Q&A sessions.
Networking and Establishing Contacts were Top Priority
Even in times of Covid-19 and after the cancellation of the live event, the contact between visitors and exhibitors had the highest priority. Asking questions directly, making contact and discussing project ideas for 2021 – all this has taken place in recent weeks and forms the basis for a successful year 2021!