The Wireless Congress: Systems and Applications of Electronics on November 7 and 8, 2023 kicked off with a review of the technological developments over the past 20 years. Keynotes and presentations from industry, consortia and applied research focused on the future – starting from the status quo.
In his welcoming address, Conference Chair Prof. Axel Sikora outlined important milestones in the development of wireless technologies over the past twenty years. It was clear that technologies such as cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth and ZigBee already existed back then. However, the applications have changed radically and become more widespread.
Keynotes: Wireless for industry and smart homes
As keynote speaker on the first day of the congress, Edwin Sutedjo from Nokia gave an overview of "private wireless networks for critical applications".
The keynotes on the second day were given by Skip Ashton from Infineon and Daniel Derrien from ST Microelectronics. Both focused on smart home applications.
Presentations from industry and applied research
The congress program with 13 sessions covered the most diverse aspects of wireless technologies, both different transmission standards and application areas. From the industry consortia, representatives from Bluetooth, DECT NR+, Matter, Mioty and IP500 were represented at the congress.
Extensive discussions during the breaks were supported not only by the catering, but also by the stands of the 11 exhibitors who had come to the Wireless Congress: Systems and Applications, where extensive discussions were held. The 20th anniversary of the Congress was celebrated with a get-together on the evening of the first day of the conference.
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