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.

Work Package Four

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Patrick Guillemin
Harmonisation and Related Projects (Patrick Guillemin, ETSI, France): The objectives of WP4 are to develop harmonised European Thematic Network requirements in relation to current and future res research projects; link with RFID projects inside Europe and liaise with international organizations; create the environment for progress in relation European standardisation and critical infrastructure governance issues, support,the European Commission with regard to the Lighthouse Project, define common terminologies. WP4 will also address the harmonisation and standardisation related activities and the requirements to support the European Commission

WP Leader: ETSI

The aim of this work package is to:

    * Develop harmonised European Thematic Network requirements in relation with current and future research projects
    * link with RFID Projects inside Europe and liaise with international organisations

WP4 will create the environment for progress in relation to European standardisation and critical infrastructure governance issues; Harmonisation and standardisation related activities will be addressed, which also addresses the requirement to support the European Commission. WP4 will also define common terminologies.