In 2018, the 15th Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications will again take place in parallel to electronica show on November 14-15, 2018 at the ICM - International Congress Center Munich.
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On two days in November 2017, Munich is traditionally the meeting place for wireless experts. For the 14th time, the Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications attracted specialists in radio communication from industry and research to the Bavarian metropolis.
On November 15-16, 2017 the Munich Conference Centre was dedicated to wireless communication. Nearly 260 participants, speakers and exhibitors used the two days to inform themselves about current technical developments and future trends, as well as to exchange information with other radio experts. The congress programme comprised three keynote speeches and 50 specialist presentations over two days and was divided into the following topics: IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things), automation technology, LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network), mobile communications, radio technology and security as well as the Bluetooth and ZigBee standards. Two thematic areas, i. e. IoT and Bluetooth, formed the main focus.
The Wireless Congress is organised by Elektronik magazine, electronica/Messe München and ZVEI. With its focus on industrial and professional radio communication, the Wireless Congress is aimed at developers, system integrators and professional users. Today, for this target group it is just as important to establish and maintain contacts with other experts from industry and research as it is to gain professional information. The Wireless Congress and the accompanying exhibition provide a focused framework where participants, exhibitors and speakers have room and time for discussions. In addition to the business breaks, the get-together on the first evening of the congress was used by all participants to discuss current technical problems and to initiate new business.