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The 2022 IEEE RFID organizing committee would like to extend a huge thank you to all the attendees, speakers, authors and volunteers for being part of another successful IEEE RFID conference. We would also like to give a special thanks to all our patrons for their continued support for our events. This year we hosted a Hybrid event to welcome those who were able to travel and to facilitate those who were not. It was super to be back in person this year at the Mandalay Bay Convention Cente, Las Vegas, NV, USA.

Whether you attended in person or virtually don’t forget you can still access all conference material on EDAS and on Whova – our virtual conference platform for 2022.

We are delighted to say that 2022 was another year of exceptionally high standards in terms of quality of submitted manuscripts from the international RFID community. These submissions covered a broad spectrum of RFID technology right through from design to application. Each manuscript was a valued addition to the global RFID community.

The organizing committee would like to extend special recognition to the following manuscripts for their contribution

IEEE RFID 2022 best paper award

Ray Tracing and Measurement based Evaluation of a UHF RFID Ranging System. Stefan Hechenberger and Daniel Neunteufel (TU Wien, Austria); Holger Arthaber (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

IEEE RFID 2022 best paper finalists

An All-Digital 1.25 Mbps 5-Subcarrier OFDM Backscatter Uplink with Delta-Sigma Modulation for Improved Spurious-Free Dynamic Range. James Rosenthal (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland); Matthew Reynolds (University of Washington, USA)

Device-free Human Tracking Exploiting Phase Disturbances and Particle Filters. Anastasios Tzitzis, Aristidis Raptopoulos Chatzistefanou, Spyros Megalou, Stavroula Siachalou, Traianos Yioultsis and Antonis G Dimitriou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)

IEEE RFID 2022 Best poster award

Simple Low Cost Open Source UHF RFID Reader. Nicolas Barbot and Raymundo de Amorim Junior (University Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble INP, LCIS, France); Pavel Nikitin (Impinj, USA)

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Hybrid event!

IEEE RFID 2022 is pleased to inform you that the conference will be held in a hybrid mode to allow even those attending from home maximum content enjoyment.

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TUTORIAL: RFID as Ambient Data – PDF slides of Jeffrey Dungen’s talk are available here!
Jeffrey DungenreelyActive

There are tens of billions of standard radio-identifiable things shipping annually in the form of RAIN RFID (passive) tags and Bluetooth Low Energy (active) transceivers. In any given physical space today, it is not uncommon to discover such radio-identifiable things, often in the tens and even hundreds. The opportunistic discovery, identification, location and interpretation of sensor data from these RFID devices represents ambient data, which affords computers the ability to make sense of the physical spaces they occupy. In this tutorial we’ll examine the collection and interpretation of ambient data from RFID, including the lookup of digital twins and the combination of data collected independently by co-located systems, leading to the concept of collective hyperlocal context

Full program

Full program is available here.

Digital Spectrum Twinning Workshop!

Download the final program for the Digital Spectrum Twinning Workshop. Selected speakers listed below:

Adam Drobot
Monisha Ghosh
Notre Dame U.
Megan Brewster
Grant Lohsen
Seyed “Reza” Zekavat
Worcester Poly. U.
Vartan Piroumian
VP Consulting

Registration is open!

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Announcing keynote speakers for the IEEE RFID 2022 conference in Las Vegas, NV:

Autonomous Retail
and Factories

Prof. Edwin Kan
Cornell University
mm-Wave RFID
Dr. Aline Eid
MIT Media Lab
National Radio
Dynamic Zones

Prof. Chris Anderson
US Naval Academy


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The 16thIEEE International Conference on RFID (IEEE RFID 2022) is an opportunity to share, discuss, and witness research results in all areas of RFID technologies and their applications.

The IEEE RFID conference series is co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! the largest tradeshow for the RFID industry.  IEEE RFID 2022 attendees have unlimited access to the trade show floor during the conference.   IEEE RFID, the flagship conference of the multidisciplinary IEEE Council on RFID, has over 50% industry attendance and is a unique, high-quality venue for disseminating research.

The 16th Annual Conference on RFID will be held in Las Vegas, 17-19 May 2022 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center (393 Frank Sinatra Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89119).

The Conference will be held in hybrid mode, so that both physical and virtual attendees are allowed.

Once again the conference is co-located with RFID Journal LIVE!