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    Testing event helps China and Europe take Olympic stride towards interoperable RFID solutions
    ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France – 4 May 2009 Fuelled by a new spirit of co-operation between European and Chinese technology experts, a Plugtests™ interoperability testing event has helped to ensure the effective world-wide application of...

    Major Interoperability Boost for RFID Industry and End Users
    ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France - 23 July 2008 "End users can no w confidently purchase RFID tags from different vendors without risking problems of interoperability", says John Falck, Chairman of ETSI RFID Task Group - TG 34. The...

    The purpose of this event was to do the preliminary tests for the mitigation method developed in ETSI Specialist Task Force (STF) 397. It was felt to be very important to carry out and pass these tests, in order to be able to show that the mitigation...

    RFID Plugtests
    This Plugtests event was organized by ETSI in co-operation with the FP7 Probe-IT project and was hosted from 20-24 May 2013 at the CPqD Head Quarters, in Campinas, Brazil.

    New UHF spectrum available for RFID and short range devices
    Sophia Antipolis, 13 March 2014 With the rapid growth in applications for both RFID and short range devices, industry has recognized that there is an urgent need for additional spectrum for these applications in the UHF band. In submissions to CEPT,...

    Operational deployment of RFID a step closer
    Sophia Antipolis, 29th September 2006 The recent performance of RFID in Europe means operational deployment of RFID is much closer. This follows the announcement by ETSI Technical Group, TG34, that voluntary agreement has been secured between...

    RFID Interoperability Event
    RFID must operate globally since it is frequently used with products that move worldwide. It is therefore essential that equipment manufactured by different RFID vendors is interoperable. There are now approximately 10 manufacturers of interrogators...

    RFID Interoperability Event China
    RFID must operate globally since it is frequently used with products that move worldwide. It is therefore essential that equipment manufactured by different RFID vendors is interoperable. Different applications, like conveyor belts or dock door portals,...

    RFID stakeholders world wide are being urged to participate in the European Commission-funded CASAGRAS project by joining its new, free, Global Forum at www.rfidglobal.eu
    ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France, 15 October 2008 CASAGRAS and GRIFS have a common partner in ETSI coordinating the Cluster of all European RFID Projects which will lead to close co-operation between the projects.

    LPRA Radio Solutions 2015
    The Low Power Radio Association (LPRA) Radio Solutions Conference 2015 took place on 10 and 11 March 2015 in the headquarters of ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France.

    Plugtests calendar of events
    Plugtests events are open to all companies, organizations and standards groups whether or not they are ETSI members. For further information, please contact the Plugtests team . Events in 2018 - 2019 NFV PLUGTESTS 2 : ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France,...

    The increasing complexity and rapid development of new systems present a real challenge for securing ICT systems. Today ETSI's standardization activities cover a broad spectrum of security issues, increasingly in cybersecurity , and ranging from lawful...

    Connecting Things
    Integrating objects to create new networked services Technology enabling the transparent interaction between people and things An increasing number of everyday machines and objects are now embedded with sensors or actuators and have the ability to...

    Speaker Biographies
    Speakers ETSI Security Workshop 2013 Speaker Biographies Markus BARTSCH, TÜViT GmbH Markus Bartsch studied computer science and has worked for TÜViT GmbH since 1995. Markus Bartsch is in charge of IT topics that affect new industrial technologies like...

    ETSI announces Wireless Factory starter group
    ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France – 27 August 2009 ETSI is pleased to announce the launch of a Wireless Factory Starter Group, aimed at identifying standardization needs and opportunities in the rapidly-expanding domain of wireless factory...

    UPU and ETSI strengthen their collaboration
    ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France – 17 May 2011 The European Telecommunications Standards Institute and the Universal Postal Union today agreed to strengthen their cooperation in the areas of secure electronic communication services and radio...

    6th ETSI Security Workshop
    The 6th ETSI Security Workshop, organised by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France, took place on 19-20 January 2011. 150 people showed interest and registered.

    ETSI Plugtests service continues interoperability success with ETSI HiperMAN and WiMAX
    Sophia Antipolis, 22th March 2006 ETSI Plugtests™ Service is pleased to announce the success of its latest interoperability event, the 3rd WiMAX Forum™ PlugFest from the 12th to 19th March 2006, at ETSI Headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, France.

    ETSI Workshop confirms leadership role for Machine-to-Machine standards
    ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France — 26 October 2010 ETSI's first Open Machine-to-Machine Workshop broke all records for attendance, laying out the next steps for achieving M2M applications worldwide, and confirming a leading role for the...

    Registrations for ETSI's 2010 Machine-to-Machine Workshop exceed expectations, as delegates from diverse industrial sectors plan to meet to explore the vast potential of the M2M concept.
    ETSI Headquarters, France 08 September 2010 ETSI's first Machine-to-Machine (M2M) standards workshop, scheduled for 19 to 20 October, looks set to be a huge success, with more than 130 delegates already registered. This high degree of interest reflects...

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