Sensors and sensor networks are becoming more and more important within our daily lives for our personal use as well as for industrial or business use. Real time information from ‘the real world’ to support decision making and control of vital processes will be an integral part of everyday life.
Wireless, smart networked sensors will soon be part of all our day-to-day activities, collecting and processing large amounts data, from traffic and weather conditions, to air quality and tidal flows.
The development of new technology has great potential for improving many current applications in areas such as:
- Smart buildings and cities
Industrial process control
Medicine – home and assisted living medical care
Global scale environmental monitoring
In a fast developing world, we think it is crucial to maintain updated and learn more about the existing technologies and applications, the challenges met by the industry, while taking a glimpse into the future of intelligent sensor networks.
Sensor networks for smart industry, smart logistics and smart infrastructure are getting more and more essential. Real time information from ‘the real world’ to support decision making and control of vital processes will be an integral part of business processes. With Industrial internet, Machine to Machine (M2M) or Internet of Things (ioT) traditional boundaries disappear.
The 7th edition of the international Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference will focus on the following areas:
Industrial Internet / Smart industry / Industry 4.0 (Industrial process control)
Smart infrastructure (Structural Health Monitoring / predictive maintenance for buildings, bridges, windturbines, machines and many more)
Who should attend ?
The conference is mainly addressed to:
- Companies/organizations who want to deploy sensor networks
- Hardware and software manufacturers
- Machine manufacturers
- Telecom / Cable operators / service providers
- Research organisations
- Business developers
- … but is open and of interest to anyone who sees potential in sensors and intelligent sensor networks!
Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference 7th edition
Visit us on 15 November 2016 at High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands
That's why the conference will have special sessions dedicated to Smart Industry, Smart Infrastructure and Smart Logistics:
• Smart Industry
o Bob van Luijt, Creative Technologist, Designer, Consultant, Founder, Kubrickology, about ‘Platforms and Ecosystems, how to build an Internet of Things business?’, More information
o Erik Hostens, Project Manager , Flanders Make, about “Fast motion planning of autonomous robot vehicles in a dynamic environment”, More information
o Mark Peters, Improvement Manager, IJssel Technologie, about “Smart Industry and Intelligent Sensors, a practical approach on how new technologies can make your business more competitive”, More information
o Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO, LSEC-Leaders In Security, about ‘Smart Industry and Security
• Smart Infrastructure
o Simon Jagers, Founder, Semiotic Labs, about ‘Condition Based Maintenance: Sensor quality matters’, More information
o Damon Parsy, CEO, Beanair GmbH, about ‘Time-Synchronized Wireless Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring’, More information
o Alexander Hill, Co-founder, Senseye about “Diagnostic engineers, do they have a future?”, More information
o Georg Simhandl, founder / managing director, Adaptivia GmbH
o Maikel Bouricius, Manager Marketing communications & collaboration, Green IT Amsterdam, about ‘Smart Infrastructure and Sustainability’
o Siebren de Vries, CTO, Chess Wise
• Smart Logistics
o Eelco Thiellier, Strategic Advisor, Royal HaskoningDHV, about “SMART Station Amsterdam: Big Data to manage Big Crowds”, More information
o Erik Ekkel, IT Director, Ahrma BV about ‘smart pallet project for the logistics market’
o Freek Smoes, Innovation and Concept Development, Prime Competence, about ‘sensors and logistics’
o Ron van Dooren, Vision & Robotics consultant, Beltech
• Evelien Bras, Business Innovation Director, Thales The Netherlands, about ‘Field Lab The Garden for Smart Industry’
• Marcus Kirsch, Founder, ResonanceDesign, about “DECONSTRUCTION – Design for the Age of the Connector”, More information
• Rob Jansen, Project Manager, TNO, about “Sensors, how to get them faster, smaller and add more functionality”, More information
• Eisse Jan Drewes, R&D Technology Manager, AWL-Techniek B.V., about ” Benefits of intelligent production equipment demonstrated in I-RAMP³ “, More information
More information and registration : http://www.isnconference.com/
3IF.be partners and members will be eligble for a discount.