T 006, 28/09/2010 (16:00-17:30)
CASAGRAS is an FP7 Coordination and Support Action for global radio-frequency identification-related activities and standardisation.
CASAGRAS concerns the emerging concept of the 'internet of things' which refers to the wireless self-configuring network between objects. By 2020, it is estimated that some 100 billion devices and sensors will be connected to the internet. The future internet will be one of people and things that can interact anywhere and at anytime. This networked interconnection will embrace new frontiers of service and enterprise. This session will introduce participants to the universe of sensors and signals that will shape our future internet world. Based on the CASAGRAS project, it will present past achievements, discuss future challenges, and stress the importance of international co-operation, which is crucial to the ‘internet of things’ as a global development.
Web site: http://www.rfidglobal.eu
Coordinator: Ian SMITH (AIM UK, United Kingdom)
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