Wireless Congress 2016 – Wireless for Wide Area with Low Power
Wireless IoT is still an outstanding topic for the industry. Several new wireless technologies for low power wide area networking start competing for industrial users and applications - using the SubGHz ISM bands, building new networks with own base stations, or using the existing LTE networks. The underlying technologies might be very different, but the M2M use cases are partially similar. However, it leaves the designer with the question about his best choice.
This year’s Wireless Congress program will focus on the new technologies and trends for LPWAN – like LTE-Cat-NB1, Lora, Sigfox and Weightless.
In the panel discussion "Low Power Wide Area Networks for industrial IoT – licensed versus unlicensed bands?” experts from network operators and from the wireless industry will discuss chances and challenges for low power M2M-communication technologies.
The congress program 2016 will also focus on: mobile radio communication, RF technologies, energy harvesting, wireless power, PAN, WLAN, RFID, NFC, wireless testing and standardization, long range technologies and localisation.
Also, all relevant wireless technologies will be present at the Wireless Congress 2016, with their newest solutions and experts, from A to Z, with dedicated sessions and tutorials for: Bluetooth, EnOcean, IP500, KNX RF, LoRa, Thread, ULE, ZigBee, Z-Wave and 6LoWPAN.
With the congress program we continue to widen the scope of wireless technologies for developers, system designers, technology decision-makers, project managers and wireless system authorities to meet experts from the wireless industry, researchers and scientists.
The Wireless Congress 2016 will give a comprehensive overview of current wireless standards, protocols and applications, safety and security aspects, system design tips, technology enhancements, standardisation and market opportunities. There will be 65 presentations, 2 keynotes and 9 tutorials in 2 days.
We are very much looking forward to meet you in Munich for the Wireless Congress 2016: Systems & Applications.