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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.

RFID in EUROPE - Leuven 23 & 24 of May 2012


104 Euros for Registration to Plenary Meeting 1 (10.00am  to 2pm on the 23rd of May) and Workshops. Allows participation on the 23rd and 24th of May.

26 Euros as for Only Registration Fee for the Plenary meeting and lunch on the 23rd of May

A Networking Dinner will take place in the Stella Artois Brewery on the 23rd of May. Great food and Beer included for 76 Euros


Register at: http://www.weezevent.com/RFID-IN-Europe


The Venue :

College De Valk

Tiensestraat 41 
3000   LEUVEN


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MAY 23rd

10.00 am - 11.15 am Plenary Meeting 1
> Welcome RFID-IN-EUROPE – Presentation – purpose – goals.
Pat Doody – Management Board Chair RFID in Europe
> Keynote RFID European Commission - Gerald Santucci, Head of Unit
”Enterprise Networking and RFID” at European Commission.
> Presentation of RFID in Europe Activity Plans - Activity Leaders
> Security and Privacy in Europe: future impact of RFID technology.
RFID Security measures by Prof. Bart Preneel of KU Leuven with an introduction provided
by Trevor Peirce, Avanta Global
> RFID in SECURITY In a global environment it is necessary to have hardware protection,
sustainable solutions and to have a seriously European perspective on integrity and
privacy. Lucas Åhlstrom, Retorium

> RFID in Transportation. A summary of the status of RFID in Rail, RFID in logistics and trans-
portation in Europe today. A global outlook and vision of RFID in Europe.
Gunnar Ivansson, Learningwell

11.30 am – 12.30 am RFID Situation in Europe

Raghu Das, CEO of ID TechEx and Stephane Pique, RFID Business Consultant
This session will provide an overview of the RFID market in Europe as of today, an outlook
for the future and highlight the opportunities and problems the industry is facing.


12.30 am – 2.00 pm LUNCH

Plenary 2/ WorkShop Context

Pat Doody and Trevor Pierce

Introduction to Work Shops.

•     WS 1 Business Development, Robert Newman, Professor of Computer Science School of
Technology University of Wolverhampton. 

•     WS 2 PIA, Trevor Pierce, Advanta Global

ITU-T's Role in RFID/IOT Privacy and Security

Martin Eucher, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

•     Academic Activity, Pat Doody Director, Centre for Innovation in Distributed Systems (CIDS)

Antonio Rizzi, Ph.D. Full Professor for Industrial Logistics & Supply Chain Management at the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Parma. 
Presentations outlining the status of RFID Research from both a European and an International point of view.

Room 1 3.15 pm – 6.00 pm WorkShop 1 Business Development

Robert Newman, Stephane Pique and Ove Canemyr

Building Support Sector by Sector: To explore how different industry sectors might gain a Europe wide infrastructure. Exploring practice in two or more sectors in which RFID has already shown potential. 

1515:  Introduction

1520:  case study: Logistics 1: 'Automatic intelligent Proof Of Shipment and Proof of Delivery for spare parts distribution'
1550:  case study: Logistics 2: Asset management, Stephane Pique.
1620:  case study: Food: 'RFID from farm to fork': R. Newman, RFID-F2F project.
1650 – 1720: Breakout sessions to discuss industry sectors as represented in audience
1720 – 1800: Panel session, including discussion of points from breakout sessions and general Q&A.

Room 2 3.15 pm - 6.00 pm RACE Project and EC Review (Private)


 8.30 pm RFID in Europe - Networking Dinner










 MAY 24th
Room 1 9 .00 am – 1.30 pm WorkShop 2 – RFID Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)



Workshop Welcome – Trevor Peirce, Public Policy & CFO RFID in Europe

RFID PIA Framework – What is it? Why have we a PIA for RFID?

            Trevor Peirce, Public Policy Activity Leader & CFO RFID in Europe

RFID PIA Framework Tools – How can the Framework be used?

            Presentation 1 – Stephan Bourguignon, RAN Project Representative & Manager IT data privacy, CoC Identity Management, Daimler AG

            Presentation 2 – Massimiliano Minisci, Director European Public Policy GS1 Global Office

Panel Discussion – RFID PIA Framework Tools

09:00 – 09:10

09:10 – 09:30



09:30 – 10:00


10:00 – 10:30


10:30 – 10:50



Security - Measures to address Threats to RFID applications

                                    Professor Bart Preneel, KU Leuven & COSIC

RFID PIA Framework & Tools – Future Perspectives

            CEN Standards – Claude Tételin, Directeur Technique CNRFID

            ITU-T (UN) Standards – Martin Euchner, Advisor of Study Group 17,Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB), International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

            RFID in Europe Public Policy Activities 2012 – Trevor Peirce,                       Public Policy Activity Leader & CFO RFID in Europe

Panel Discussion – Security & Standards


11:00 – 11:25


11:25 – 11:55


11:55 – 12:25


12:25 – 12:30

The Common European Sign – Update

            European Commission’s guideline for use - Trevor Peirce, Public Policy Activity Leader & CFO RFID in Europe

            CEN Standards - Stephane Pique, Community Activity Leader RFID in Europe



12:30 – 12:45


12:45 – 13:00

1 .30 pm – 2.00 pm Panel discussion


See you in Leuven !


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