1 RFID i Danmark presents: RFID Conference International RFID Conference in Copenhagen May 22 nd One of the largest RFID Events in Scandinavia in 2014 We are very pleased to invite to what is probably the largest RFID Event in Scandinavia in Following up on the successful conferences in 2011, 2012 and 2013, RFID i Danmark and partners are organizing this Conference with international keynote speakers, exhibition, networking and a number of actual end-user case study presentations. IT-University of Copenhagen Rued Langgaards Vej 7 DK-2300 Copenhagen S Registration: Cases: Imagine the ability to track every asset and component across the planet in real time! HOFOR Water and Veriloc are implementing a unique RFID solution. Getting the relevant information to the crews that need it fast when the occasional leak occurs, or just locating components during routine maintenance is now very simple The MicroTracking success How can a small Swedish StartUp jump directly into selling and delivering a mobile phone based inventory service to sales and administration departments of the food industry giant Nestlé at a Global Scale. Keep it simple Microtracking lets you scan barcodes and RFID tags with your mobile phone, then track items and assets in your phone or web browser and RFID UHF EPC decoded on phone screen and sent to cloud EPCIS. The RFID Business and the Way Foreward This session will give you a quick snapshot of where we stand today with the RFID technology, what are the major drivers and benefits but also we will talk about the barriers and problems companies are facing.. RFID at Canoe World Championship The audience thought it was the best thing that has happened to canoe sport for a long time, the judges thought it was perfect since they got better control, and the speaker/announcer finally had a perfect tool to be able to follow the race with a lot of back up information in real time. Organizers:
2 Welcome RFID i Danmark 2014 Conference Across various industries first-mover companies are already tracking, tracing, locating, identifying, authenticating every day by using RFID. Why? because they gain significant advantages! The main objective of the RFID i Danmark 2014 conference is to present the benefits which companies private as well as public can gain from Automatic Identification, Locating and Data Capture. Networking; At the conference you will meet key people from companies using RFID for production, logistics, retail, asset management as well as people from RFID Manufacturers and RFID Solution providers. They will share their experiences on how they are using RFID technology to optimize processes and creating financial results in their particular company. Focus will not be on the technologies, but on how companies are gaining advantages. At the Conference you will have the opportunity to listen to both national as well as international presentations on companies results and experiences by using RFID. At the Conference you will hear presentations for the first and probably only time presented in. RFID is increasingly becoming commonly known but most often just believed to be a label replacing a traditional barcode, as we know it from Library Books. We consider any technology capable of identifying an object or a person by the use of Radio Waves to be RFID. In addition to the simple, passive label tags, this includes active tags, NFC, Bluetooth, WiFI tags, RTLS, GPS etc. and all the software, which can ensure that we seamlessly can capture ERP transactions from automatically identifying a certain object at a certain location and point in time. To learn more on actual products and solutions, you can use the unique opportunity to go exploring at the larger- FID exhibition, where the RFID vendors will be ready to explain, demonstrate and answer your questions. If you are new to RFID, or just need a brush-up then this year you will have an opportunity to attend a Introduction to RFID morning session organized by Teknologisk Institut. Henrik B. Granau Founder, RFID i Danmark The conference offers Insight in innovative RFID solutions Insight into RFID cost / benefit Inspiration for your own business Networking and knowledge sharing
3 IT-Universitetet, Copenhagen The IT University of Copenhagen is the youngest university in (established in 1999). The IT University strives to create value with IT and deliver top quality research and education within a wide range of information technology subjects; from e.g. design and games development to business and computer science. Approximately 2,500 students are enrolled at the university, and it has a staff close to 500, among them 50 PhD s and 70 tenured faculty. More than half of the latter are from abroad. Most researchers participate in collaborative projects with private companies, public institutions and foreign researchers. Web: Contact: Jørgen Staunstrup, Main sponsor: Platin sponsor: Premium sponsor: Granau Sponsors: Granau IT RFID in Danmark It is the intention that on a non-profit basis the network is to be the gathering of all RFID activities in and the purpose is to create opportunities and enhance competitiveness of both public and private companies in through usages of RFID technology. The network, which is organised as an association, works to reach its goals through exchange of experience, construction of a public accessible knowledge database about RFID, newsletters and hosting of events.
4 Morning session Introduction to RFID The course provides basic introduction to RFIDtechnology used in logistics. RFID technology has many advantages compared to traditional bar codes: The product needs not be within sight, RFID can be read at long range and multiple units and groups can be read simultaneously. RFID has a significantly higher data capacity, and thus it is possible to identify individual items at a greater level of detail. An RFID application could revolutionize the transparency of the supply chain, reduce shrinkage and increase the opportunity for the right amount of goods at the right time in relation to customers. Benefits: A basic knowledge of the use of RFID technology An understanding of the practical issues surrounding the use of RFID A knowledge of how RFID technology can be used in the supply chain A knowledge of the benefits of using RFID technology
5 Key-note Presentations in Plenum All plenum presentations are in English 9:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 09:30-10:00 10:00-10:25 10:25-10:50 10:50-11:00 11:00-11:30 11:30-12:40 12:40-13:40 13:40-14:50 14:50-15:20 15:20-15:50 15:50-16:20 16:20-16:30 Welcome by Jørgen Staunstrup, IT University Introduction by Henrik B. Granau, RFID i Danmark The RFID Business and the Way Foreward by Stephane Pique, Motorola Solutions This session will give you a quick snapshot of where we stand today with the RFID technology, what are the major drivers and benefits but also we will talk about the barriers and problems companies are facing. You will learn about the applications which bring companies the best and fastest ROI and therefore gain rapid adoption in Europe. And we will conclude our presentation by making a quick outlook into the future. Imagine the ability to track every asset and component across the planet in real time by HOFOR and Veriloc Combining standard technologies in a new and innovative way, we have developed the ability to track and register virtually anything, practically anywhere in real time. Mind you, this is done with no technical users having to do any administration at all and at insignificant cost. HOFOR Water and Veriloc are implementing a unique RFID solution. Creating an Integrated and Dynamic Control System Using RFID by Tine and HRAFN TINE SA, Norway s largest producer, distributor and exporter of dairy goods, manufactures 200 different products at 40 locations. Hear how RFID technology will create the event data for a new planning and control system. Learn how the firm expects to use key RFID infrastructure projects to cut costs and improve asset management, by automating processes associated with the flow of pallets through the supply chain, and by tracking transportation assets. Find out how key RFID infrastructure projects are being implemented to form the foundation of TINE s integrated and dynamic planning and control system, based on real-time information and how TINE is using GS1 s standards. Highlights from RFID Journal Live 2014 in Orlando by Morten Pedersen, Teknologisk Institut Coffee and Exhibition Parallel Tracks and Workshops in separate rooms Lunch and Exhibition Parallel Tracks and Workshops in separate rooms Coffee and Exhibition Future use of NFC as identification regarding payments etc. by Michael Kayser, Beeptify This presentation will provide a walk trough of how Beeptify views the development of usages of NFC in value-based payment and identification about acess control and storage. Beeptify is the leading payment-service using NFC in and has made extensive concepts in festivals, schools/cantines, retail and subskriptions. The MicroTracking success: RFID as a service; Install in 5 minutes. Can it really be that simple? by Niklas Hild, Microtracking. How can a small Swedish StartUp jump directly into selling and delivering a mobile phone based inventory service to sales and administration departments of the food industry giant Nestlé at a Global Scale? Wrap-up and Closing Remarks by Henrik B. Granau, RFID i Danmark The agenda is subject to alterations.
6 Parallel Tracks : Management and Technology Management presentations: 11:30-11:50 11:55-12:15 12:20-12:40 12:40-13:40 13:40-14:00 14:05-14:25 14:30-14:50 RFID and IoT in the Medicare environment by Björn Söderberg, Ambigua, and Lucas Ahlström, Retorium, in English. Ambigua Medito offer solutions for personalized and interactive medical homecare and networked medicare services enabled by RFID technology. The concept is an ambient display, built-in in a compact, high performance small embedded computer medical box. The innovations in technology relate to intelligent interaction interface based on RFID and hybrid networked media system. Ambigua Medito has joined research and development networks and are bringing parts of the Internet-of-Things vision to live. To-be-confirmed Smart Garment - the intelligent dressingsystem by Lasse Almgren Jensen and Frederik Daugaard Andersen, Berendsen Textil Service A/S. In the laundry business there has in many years been a lack of overview of it s textiles. They have not known how many textiles they had, where the textiles were, how often the textiles has been washed, if the textiles has gone missing and in that case how many has gone missing or if they had to many or to few textiles for their actual needs. With the RFID based SmartGarment all of these questions are answered. Lunch and Exhibition The RFID-Technology s Potential for Information Flow Between Electronic Producer and Waste Processor based on the EU WEEE-directive By Finn Zoëga, Teknologisk Institut. Waste-processors need detailed and updated knowledge at component level about the presence of substances and materials. EEE-producers are willing to supply the information they regard as non-confidential. Further mapping of exact data requirements is needed followed by discussions about means to exchange this information. An analysis conclude that it is possible to build up a RFID -technological solution that can provide an efficient information flow and knowledge sharing between Electric and Electronic -producers and Waste -processors. This is one of the conclusions that will be revealed here. RFID Projects in Norway by Geir Vevle, CTO HRAFN, traceability technology consulting. Norway has a wide range of RFID projects both ended and ongoing. This session will give an overview of what s hot and not in Norway when it comes to leveraging RFID technology. RFID at Canoe World Championship By Gunnar Ivansson, RFID expert on Learning Well. The audience thought it was the best thing that has happened to canoe sport for a long time, the judges thought it was perfect since they got better control, and the speaker/announcer finally had a perfect tool to be able to follow the race with a lot of back up information in real time. Hear Gunnar Ivansson share the story of RFID at the Canoe World Championship in Copenhagen Technology presentations: 11:30-11:50 11:55-12:15 12:20-12:40 12:40-13:40 13:40-14:00 14:05-14:25 14:30-14:50 WiFi temperature measuring at Bispebjerg Hospital by Ole Daugaard, Twice and Allan Næsager, Region Hovedstaden, Bygge & Anlæg. Environmental monitoring of Medicine, Research samples and Food and Beverages (for patients) via Wi-Fi RTLS. Covering approximately 800 cooling units storing materials used in relation to patientcare, research and clinical trials. RFID verifications of reading on Flower Containers by Morten Pedersen, Teknologisk Institut. After 3 years in operation of 2-3 million Flower Containers tagged with RFID-tags logistics operators have demanded a test of the readability and the variability in the reading. The analysis of 1001 containers proved that there might be some wear and tear that could influence the reading in the long run. This influence is important to have in mind for global supply chains. The technical challenge of medical and RFID equipment together Lunch and Exhibition To-be-confirmed To-be-confirmed Implementering af RFID-løsninger baseret på smartphones og tablets af Lars Vesth og Niels Jeppesen, FORCE Technology. In Danish. FORCE Technology planlægger at benytte RFID-løsninger baseret på smartphones og tablets i et stort omfang i fremtiden. For at forberede en bred udrulning har FORCE Technology gennemført en række implementeringer og har bla. konstateret at der er visse funktioner, som man ikke kan forvente er tilgængelige i alle NFC implementeringer i smartphones og tablets.
7 RFID in Healthcare (afholdes på dansk) HealthCare Workshop Hvilke sporbarhedsteknologier er bedst egnet til hvilke formål på et hospital? Hvilke standarder er de rigtige, at basere sine installationer på? Findes der dokumenterede business cases, eller er RFID bare hype? Hvorfor er RFID-teknologien stadig primært på pilot-projekt stadiet, når teknologien har været tilgængelig i mange år? Teknologier, der kan anvendes til sporing, identifikation og opsamling af data er særdeles interessante for de danske hospitaler. De massive investeringer i nyt hospitalsbyggeri i Danmark har for alvor bragt RFID i fokus, som en teknologi, der potentielt kan anvendes til at skabe overblik og bidrage til de løbende effektiviseringskrav på hospitalerne. Der er dog fortsat mange uafklarede spørgsmål i forhold til løsningerne og deres implementering. RFID dækker over mange forskellige teknologier, som er baseret på forskellige internationale standarder, forskellige frekvenser, og er af forskellig konkret udformning (med/uden batterier osv.) Det er med andre ord let at tabe overblikket over de mange muligheder og kravene forbundet med dem, og det medfører et behov for erfaringsudveksling og vidensdeling på området - det vil vi skabe her! De 5 regioner i Danmark har et ønske om at samarbejde mest muligt, og tager hver især teten på udvalgte områder. På området emneidentifikation og sporing er det Region Midtjylland, der er forrest i sporet. På workshoppen vil Region Midtjylland præsentere sine erfaringer, status og planer med RFID. Dette vil suppleres med erfaringer fra udvalgte sporbarhedsprojekter i de øvrige regioner. Ud fra dette vil vi på workshoppen diskutere best practices for RFID på hospitaler i Danmark, og dele den viden, der er skabt igennem de mange projekter. Workshoppen arrangeres af Rasmus Andreas Bang, Nyt Hospital Nordsjælland, og Henrik Brandenborg Granau, RFID i Danmark.
8 Workflow (afholdes på dansk) Workflow Optimization Track Hvordan kan RFID og andre sporingsteknologier understøtte, optimere og dokumentere manuelle arbejdsgange? Hvilke teknologer har vi til rådighed og hvilke nye teknologier skal vi være opmærksomme på? Kan teknologierne understøtte indendørs arbejdsgange? Er ibeacons, der kan læses af alle nyere smartphones, en game changer inden for teknologier til servicebranchen? Anvendelsen af GPS og stregkoder i flådestyringssystemer har været anvendt til at optimere logistik i mange år, bl.a. i forbindelse med pakke- og varetransport, sporing af vognparken, etc. Der har imidlertid vist sig svært at overføre løsningerne til mange manuelle arbejdsgange, fx rengøring, vagtservice, servicepersonale på hospitaler, håndværksvirksomhed, facility management, etc. Der findes dog allerede en række teknologier og konkret løsninger, der tilbyder nogle af de samme muligheder for at optimere planlægning, kommunikation og dokumentation inden for disse manuelle arbejdsgange. Vi ser i dette spor på en række konkrete løsninger inden for sporing af værktøj, automatisk registrering af fejl- og mangler på bygningstegninger, et talende navneskilt der giver instruktioner til rengørningspersonalet, automatisk registrering af arbejdsopgaver, anvendelser af den nye ibeacon-teknologi. Produktionsvirksomheder med manuelle arbejdsgange i den interne og eksterne logistik. Servicevirksomheder Byggesektoren Facility Management virksomheder
9 The Alexandra Institute We are specialists in Matchmaking good matchmaking between public and private organizations is based on deep respect for the interests of the parties involved. Businesses participate to accelerate their innovation and achieve growth, researchers to gain new knowledge, insights and inspiration. Research-based knowledge our research and innovation projects constitute the engine that creates new knowledge of benefit to the participants in the projects. We also bring this knowledge into play in our consultancy services and our innovation networks. In this way, the Alexandra Institute contributes to improving the innovation processes in organizations and to enhancing their competitive position. User-driven innovation the Alexandra Institute has a long tradition for user-driven innovation. Users are involved in all phases of the innovation process to ensure that design and functionality accommodate actual needs and challenges. Web: Contact: Rikke Koch, InfinIT Innovation network for IT InfinIT is a Danish network for innovative utilization of it. Our goal is to convert the infinite possibilities that technology offers into concrete collaborations between research and industry. InfinIT invites researchers and enterprises working with process or product innovation with it to participate in collaboration projects and the exchange of knowledge, thus creating a forum where we can work together to generate exactly the knowledge that Danish industry and society needs. InfinIT covers the entire spectrum from Embedded Systems over Mobile and Pervasive Systems to Internet of Things and Big Data. We are continually involved in cooperations with various domains e.g. Smart City, Lifestyle, Intelligent Buildings, Wearables, Intelligent Transport Systems etc. One of InfinIT s nine interest groups focus on developing new services based upon tracking- & positioning technologies. This group is involved in organizing this conference. The tracking & positioning interest group meets around 3 times a year, and membership is free. Web: Contact: Rikke Koch,
10 ERFA-grupper under RFID i Danmark Vær med til at få og dele viden! RFID i Danmark fokuserer på at få styrket mulighederne for erfaringsudveksling især mellem virksomheder, der har praktiske erfaringer indenfor samme interesseområde. Det kan være logistik, sporbarhed, produktion, detailhandel, sundhedsvæsen mv. Netværksdannelse (Community Building) kan i dag ske særdeles effektivt selvom al aktivitet alene foregår på nettet. Et godt supplement til dette er dog fortsat fysiske møder, seminarer, virksomhedsbesøg, studieture mv. og i RFID i Danmark arbejder vi med en kombination af virtuel og fysisk networking. Dine udfordringer er udgangspunktet Erfa-gruppen sætter selv dagordenen, og debatten tager derfor altid udgangspunktet i dine aktuelle udfordringer. Erfaringsudveksling er det bærende element i erfa-grupperne, og den tilknyttede konsulent fra RFID i Danmark vil bidrage til at sætte de debatterede emner i et større perspektiv. Den tilknyttede konsulent har en bred erfaring indenfor RFID-anvendelse i gruppens fokusområde, og stiller RFID i Danmarks viden og internationale relationer til rådighed for grupperne. Det får du Oplæg på hvert møde fra RFID i Danmark om udvikling og erfaringer Et fortroligt dialogforum til diskussion og vidensdeling Mulighed for at fremlægge dine egne projekter og få feedback af resten af gruppen. 2-3 møder om året à tre timer (typisk kl ) på skift hos medlemmerne Netværksmiddag for erfa-gruppen i forbindelse med årets RFID i Danmark konference RFID i Danmark sørger for alt det praktiske, så du kan koncentrere dig om udbyttet Pris Pris for deltagelse er Kr ekskl. moms per kvartal for én persons medlemskab af erfa-grupperne. Abonnementet faktureres af administrative årsager forud for et år ad gangen. Meld dig ind Send en mail til med dit navn, stilling, arbejdsplads, adresse, og telefonnummer. Så kontakter vi dig. Du er også meget velkommen til at kontakte Henrik Granau på for at høre mere. Vi hjælper dig også gerne med at finde den/de rigtige gruppe(-r) for dig.
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