RFID in Europe Magazine Febuary 2016

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RFID in Europe AISBL is a not-for-profit organization established in 2012. RFID in Europe's principle goal is to promote the adoption of Radio Frequency Identification and related technology solutions enabling small and medium sized organizations throughout Europe to gain competitive advantage through their best use. RFID in Europe connects with European end-users, operators, solution providers, universities, research establishments, non-government and government organizations and all other European stakeholders through own initiatives and promotion of national projects via our international network. RFID in Europe is an extension of a European Commission FP7 Thematic Network called RACE networkRFID initiated in 2009.

Gouvernment Workshop


The importance of RFID and IoT to Member States
Peter Friess, EC Co-ordinator DG Information Society and Media
Effectiveness of Governmental Services
Ing. Martin Tlapa, MBA, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Trade
09:40 RACE networkRFID, Government Liaison and Available Tools Ian Smith
Criteria for RFID-based Applications and Services within IoTDistinguishing IoT applications and services from other systems having relevance to economic, enterprise, political and intervention issues.
Tony Furness
Myths, Facts and Limitations of RFID - A realistic, hype-free view of RFID, its position with respect to other automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) technologies.
Gunnar Ivansson
RFID and its role within the Internet of Things - A closer look at RFID in applications and services that exploit the existing Internet and the IoT.
Pat Doody
Privacy Impact Assessment and RFID: Privacy issues relating to RFID in the context of other technology-related privacy and security issues, particularly in relation to existing Internet Emilie Danel and communications systems.
Emilie Danel and Trevor Peirce
The Economic Potential of RFID and the Internet of Things The economic potential of RFID in IoT-federated applications and services, and factors that will influence the expansion and diversity of such applications and services.
Dieter Uckelmann
RFID, IoT and International Cooperation in a “smart world” IoT and RFID; and their roles within ‘smart world’ initiatives such as smart cities, smart transport, and smart farming. Suggestions for a future relationship between RACE and Member States.
Ian Smith


Case Studies:

14:00 Location of underground assets Alan Jones, TRAK ID, UK
14:15 Tracking forensic evidence with RFID Alan Scott, EVIDENCE PARTNERSHIP, UK
Mobile payment by NFC: The City of Nice project (France)
Philippe de Matteis, DMPH Consulting and representative from the city of Nice
14:45 Sell more fish with RFID! Niklas Hild ROI4U/Swedish Board of Fisheries
Meat-tracking with RFIDFast ROI for the farmer
Henrik Österlund, Hencol, Sweden
Lucas Åhlstrom, Retorium, Sweden
15:30 "RFID in Rail" Lennart Andersson, Swedish Transport Administration
15:45 RFID in Tourism and Leisure Maite Alvarez, Tecnalia-Infotech, Spain
16:00 French Government experience of promoting RFID Jean-Christophe Lecosse, Director of Centre National RFID.
16:15 RFID helping British Government address tough economic challenges Jane Manning, Department of Business Innovation and Skills
16:30 Future Memo of Understanding between RACE and Member States