Graz Austria – 23 February, 2016
The agenda and presentations from the Open Meeting are listed here:
- Keynote – The Internet of Things and RFID from the Eu Perspective – Gerald Santucci from the European Commission
Introduction and Update to RAIN – Steve Halliday, RAIN president
Learn about RAIN, what we are doing and how to get involved.
RAIN in IoT – presented by Frank Honore, Google
Hear why the IoT needs RAIN to enable the everyday items.
Propagation of RFID processes in a retail company: Decathlon – Jean-Marc Lieby, RFID Project Leader, Decathlon International
This session will discuss the issues that Decathlon overcame in setting up RFID processes in their stores
- RAIN RFID implemented – what´s next? What to do with all the data? How fashion retailers achieve added value from InStore Analytics – Dr. Michael Goller, CTO Detego
Context-Aware Security through RFID – Jason Myers, Senior Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton
Contextual elements – such as location – play a critical role in organizational security policies for IT assets. Booz Allen is working to advance several RFID-based solutions to enable automated policy enforcement based on contextual triggers.
Ranging and Positioning of UHF RFID Tags – Holger Arthaber, TU Wien, and Klaus Witrisial, TU Graz
This talk gives an overview on time-of-flight based indoor positioning for RFID. A spread-spectrum based ranging technique is presented for off-the- shelf UHF tags.