Wireless Congress 2017
Date & Time
15 - 16 November 2017
Hanns Seidel Haus Lazarettstr. 33
Wireless systems and wireless networks are key technologies to enable the Internet of Things (IoT), Industry 4.0, mobile communication and a smarter world. The advanced wireless innovations address novel features and characteristics, new functionalities and applications with differing focuses on long range, high data rate, low latency, ultra-low energy, reliability, security and safety. Current wireless technologies are undergoing refinements that will allow them to meet present and future requirements. At the same time, new systems are also being developed to allow new possibilities. Designers, developers and system engineers need information and know how to stay up to date in the rapidly progressing and changing wireless world. Wireless Congress is the forum of excellence for exchange of knowledge and experience among wireless professionals in research, development and application.
The event included a full day dedicated to Bluetooth technology. Kelly Olsson, Bluetooth SIG Member Development & Relations Manager - EMEA, presented a Bluetooth session on 15 November with her keynote address discussing how Bluetooth technology is driving the Industry 4.0 opportunity. Following her address, Bluetooth SIG members will spoke throughout the Bluetooth track covering all things Bluetooth related.
- Driving the Industry 4.0 opportunity and reality with Bluetooth technology (Kelly Olsson, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.)
- Is Bluetooth Mesh Technology Ready for IoT? (Mikko Savolainen, Silicon Labs)
- Silicon-related, beacons and physical web enabling a new IoT (Jim Katsandres, Bluetooth SIG, Inc.)
- Bluetooth Adds Smartphone Connectivity to Zigbee Devices through Multiprotocol Solutions (Dave Egan, Silicon Labs)
- Bluetooth 5 – crucial for real industrial applications (Pelle Svensson, u-blox)
- Bluetooth low energy use cases involving proximity/asset tracking (Olaf Herr, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH)
- Developing Bluetooth 5 applications with Silicon Labs Thunderboard (Oleg Belogolov, Silicon Labs)