Organiser


 Information Technology
Society within VDE

 

 

Co-Organisers


Technical University
of Dresden



Fraunhofer IPMS



  Association for
 Automatic Identification
 and Mobility



 Organic Electronics
 Association


Sponsors


Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workshop´10

 

  Time and Location

    June 15th to June 16th, 2010

    Paseo de la Universidad, 4
    13004 Ciudad Real
    Spain

    Informatics School (Fermin Caballero€ Building)
    Assembly Hall and Conference Room (Base Floor)

     

  Local organiser

    Organiser: UCLM - Universidad De Castilla La Mancha
    http://www.uclm.es/

    Autolog Group: Group for the Automation of Products Identification and Tracking in Manufacturing and Logistics
    http://autolog.uclm.es

 

  Program and Slides

Monday, 14.06.2010

20:00

Welcome event for participants in the Local Museum Villaseñor
Special guest: Da Rosario Roncero, local concelor of turism and local economical promotion

 

 

Tuesday, 15.06.2010

08:30

Registration 

09:45

Workshop Opening
T. Hollstein, U. Wissendheit, J. Strueker

10:00

Greetings / Introduction to UCLM

10:20

How Europe Encourages Investment in Internet of Things Research and Innovation
Keynote:  F. Frederix, Head of Sector 'Radio Frequency Identification', European Commission

11:20

Coffee Break / Industrial exhibition / Poster session

11:40

Industrial and Poster Presentations
Chair: J. Garcia-Escribano, UCLM,  Ciudad Real, Spain

Session 1: Smart applications
Chair: A. Garcia-Higuera, UCLM,  Ciudad Real, Spain

12:15

Effective Remanufacturing via RFID
W. Zhou, ESCP-Europe, France

12:45

Implementation of RFID Tags in Food Containers in Catering Business
B. Bordetas, Zaragoza Logistics Center, Spain

13:15

Lunch / Industrial exhibition / Poster session

14:15

Deployment of a Wireless Sensor Network to Support and Optimize Logistical Processes in a Clinical Environment
F. Meier, Fraunhofer SCS, Nuremberg, Germany

14:40

Development of a Wireless Sensor Network System for Early Forest Fire Detection
A. Bayo, University of Zaragoza, Spain

14:05

Real Time Construction Progress Control using NFC
C.Klaubert, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Session 2: Economics of smart objects
Chair: J. Strueker, University Freiburg, Germany

14:15

The Internet of Things in Logistics
A. Nettstraeter, Fraunhofer IML, Dortmund, Germany

14:40

RFID-based Traceability System for Architectural Concrete
R. Zangroniz, Autolog – UCLM, Ciudad Real, Spain

14:05

An Extensible Event Processing Architecture for RFID-based Tracing and Tracking
O. Pawlowski, Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

15:30

Best Practices for Rigorous Evaluation of RFID Software Components
J. Mueller, Hasso Plattner Institute, Potsdam, Germany

16:25

The RFID-Equipment Selection and Evaluation Problem
D. Neuhaeuser, University of Stuttgart, Germany

16:50

Sustainable Use of RFID Tags in the Pharmaceutical Industry
M. Schapranow, Hasso Plattner Institute, Potsdam, Germany

Session 3: Localization and positioning
Chair: U. Wissendheit, IR-Systeme GmbH Hassfurt, Germany

15:30

A Novel Approach for UHF-RFID-Based Positioning Through Spread-Spectrum Techniques
A. Loeffler, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

15:55

Coffee Break / Industrial exhibition / Poster session

16:25

Indoor Location System using a Wireless Sensor Network
Y. Alvarez Lopez, University of Oviedo, Spain

16:50

Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks using diversity for multipath effects mitigation
A. Lazaro, University of  Rovira i Virgili, Spain

17:15

Using Neural Networks and Active RFID for Indoor Location Services
A. Martinez-Sala, Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Spain

18:00

Guided  tour in Cuidad Real

20:00

Social Event   

Wednesday, 16.06.2010

09:30

Smart Items in the Future Internet
Keynote: S. Haller, Research Program Manager Smart Item, SAP Research, CEC Zuerich

Session 3: Localization and positioning (continuing)
Chair: U. Wissendheit, IR-Systeme GmbH Hassfurt, Germany

10:30

Location of Medical Equipment Based on a Maintenance Service Oriented Infrastructure and RFID Technology
D. Bueth, FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH, Germany

10:55

Reliable and Energy Optimized Routing Algorithm for WSN
C. Torres, University of Applied Sciences Muenster, Germany

Session 4: Analysis and measurement
Chair: A. Garcia-Higuera, UCLM,  Ciudad Real, Spain

10:30

Tolerant RFID Bulk Reading
H. Buechter, Fraunhofer IML, Dortmund, Germany

10:55

Statistical Analysis of UHF RFID Bulk Measurements
W. Strauss, Fraunhofer IIS, Erlangen, Germany

11:50

Characteristic Numbers for the Evaluation of the Performance of RFID Systems
A. Jungk, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

12:15

Analysis of the Identification Process in Active RFID Systems with the Capture Effect Phenomenon
M.V. Bueno Delgado, Technical University of Cartagena, Spain

11:20

Coffee Break / Industrial exhibition / Poster session

Session 5:  Architectures, components and parameter of smart Systems
Chair: T. Hollstein, University Darmstadt, Germany

11:50

Improving the Combination of RFID with Other Technologies by Means of a Multi-service Device
J. García-Escribano, Autolog – UCLM, Ciudad Real, Spain

12:15

A Low-Voltage Single-Supply Analog Lock-in Amplifier for Wireless Embedded Applications
M. Gabal, University of Zaragoza, Spain

12:40

Direct Digitalization and Frequency Translation using an Undersampling Scheme for Software-Defined-Radio based RFID UHF-Systems
S. Grey, Fraunhofer IMS, Duisburg, Germany

13:05

Lunch / Industrial exhibition / Poster session

14:15

An RFID Reader Network Based on SOAP
C. Popp, IR-Systeme GmbH, Hassfurt, Germany

Session 6:  Antenna and antenna parameter
Chair:
J. Garcia-Escribano, UCLM,  Ciudad Real, Spain

12:40

Antenna Design for Multistandard Transponder ICs
J. Meyer, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

14:15

A Reader Antenna with Carrier Suppression for Wireless Sensor Systems
A. Hennig, Fraunhofer IMS, Duisburg, Germany

14:40

Effects of Antenna Detuning and Gain Penalty on the Read Range of UHF RFID
D. Girbau, University of Rovira i Virgili, Spain

Session 7:  Security and counterfeiting
Chair: T. Hollstein, University Darmstadt, Germany

15:05

Documented Authentication as an Effective Protection against Counterfeiting for Components in Mechanical Engineering
J. Durchholz, Technical University of  Munich, Germany

15:30

Evaluation of the Security Capabilities on NFC-powered Devices
A.J. Jara, University of Murcia, Spain

15:55

Comparison of DNSSEC and DNSCurve Securing the Object Name Service (ONS) of the EPC Architecture Framework
P. Schmitz, University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, Germany

Session 8:  Transponder and sensing
Chair: U. Wissendheit, IR-Systeme GmbH Hassfurt, Germany

15:05

A Programmable Voltage-to-Frequency Converter for Low-Power Sensor Interfaces
C. Azcona, University of Zaragoza, Spain

15:30

Active RFID Sensor with Integrated File System for Logistic Applications
T. Volk, IAF, Offenburg, Germany

15:55

A CMOS Differential Voltage-to-Frequency Converter with Temperature Drift Compensation
R. Valero, University of Zaragoza, Spain

16:20

Closure of the Workshop

 

     

 

 

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