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RFID-SysTech 2011 : 7th European Workshop on Smart Objects: Systems, Technologies and Applications - RFID-SysTech 2011


When May 17, 2011 - May 18, 2011
Where Dresden, Germany
Submission Deadline Mar 13, 2011
Notification Due Apr 4, 2011
Final Version Due Apr 18, 2011
Categories    RFID   NFC   sensor networks   business

Call For Papers

*Call for Papers*

7th European Workshop on Smart Objects:
Systems, Technologies and Applications

RFID-SysTech 2011

May 17th to May 18th, 2011

Dresden, Germany

Download Call for Papers:


Over the last years, the European Workshop on RFID Systems and
Technologies has become a central platform in Europe for personal
networking and information exchange in the field of RFID technologies
and applications.
While the networking of objects for the purpose of data collection and
distributed control is no longer a recent phenomenon, the sheer number
of things that are networked to information systems has dramatically
risen. Today, the Internet is increasingly extended to all kinds of
physical assets: product components, finished products, logistic units,
equipment, documents, vehicles, buildings and electronic meters as
well as embedded systems of all kind. Mature industries, like the energy
or automotive are in euphoric mood and accordingly, we see enormous
research and technological development activity: For instance, Auto-ID
technologies such as RFID are being increasingly combined with data
storage capacity and sensors or other communication devices that provide
real-time data such as position, temperature, pressure, vibrations etc.
These special-purpose computer systems are able to sense information
from the real world or perform actions upon it and are also able to
communicate with other networked computer systems.

The resultant integration into existing business processes and IT
infrastructures under the side condition of enabling an interaction
between intelligent objects and business applications within and between
enterprises in a generic, flexible and scalable manner is a considerable
challenge. At the same time, the economic potential is promising and
will also help enterprises to address completely new challenges such as
sustainability: Interacting with smart devices will ensure that
enterprises get correct, auditable trails for sustainability metrics.
Such systems can help businesses track carbon and other environmental
aspects. However, business-to-business integration solutions such as the
EPCglobal network or other bilateral approaches have to be developed
further in order to meet the supporting requirements.

The specific profile of this workshop is to examine both the technology
and business aspects:
- the latest achievements in technologies and systems for smart objects
- their integration into information systems and business processes
- and their business value.

Scientists and practitioners from the fields of electrical engineering,
computer science and information systems will find an excellent
opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary discussions, set up new
networks and exchange information on a professional level. In addition
to the workshop, an industrial exhibition presenting the latest
innovations will be held.

Don’t miss the chance to attend this workshop!


*Key Topics*

Technologies and Systems:

- Active / Passive RFID
- RF-Transceivers for RFID and Smart Technologies
- Sensing and Actuating
- Smart Objects, Smart Items
- Transponder Technologies / Integrated Circuit Technologies
- Antenna Design and Air Interface
- NFC Technologies
- Printed Electronic and new Materials
- Processes for Tag Manufacturing
- Sensor Networks
- Positioning and Localisation
- Protocols and Standardization
- Middleware and Databases
- System Modelling

Applications and Business:

- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Maintenance
- Tracking and Tracing
- Manufacturing Control
- Industrial Process Automation
- Health Care, Pharmaceutical
- RFID beyond the Point of Sales
- Business Value and Performance Measurement
- New Business Models
- Security and Privacy
- Sociological Aspects and Technology Acceptance


*Guideline for Preparation and Submission of Contributions*

All submissions (full papers) must follow the guidelines given under: and be at least 6 pages
in length.

The workshop language is English and the proceedings will be
electronically published on a CD with ISBN-Number.


*Important dates*

Full paper submissions: March 13th 2011
Notification of Acceptance sent: April 4th 2011
Publication-ready versions uploaded: April 18th 2011



Uwe Wissendheit, Jens Strüker (Program Chair)
Frank Deicke (Local Chair)
Michael E. Wernle (Exhibition Chair)
Thomas Hollstein, Uwe Wissendheit, Jens Strüker (General Chair)


*Conference Fee*

250,00 EUR (225,- Speakers; 150,- Students)



- The workshop is organized in cooperation with the Organic Electronics
Association (oe-a/VDMA),
- the Association for Automatic Identification and Mobile Data Capture
- the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems,
- and the Technical University of Dresden


*Further Information at*


We look forward to meeting you at RFID SysTech in Dresden, Germany in May 2011!

With kind regards,
The RFID SysTech Team

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