Laird Technologies to Attend Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS Summit Europe 2011

Thu, 06/16/2011 - 4:44am

Laird Technologies, Inc., a global leader in the design and supply of customized performance-critical components and systems for advanced electronics and wireless products, today announced it will be attending the Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) & Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) Summit Europe 2011. The summit will take place at the Holiday Inn Munich City Centre in Munich, Germany, June 21 – 22, 2011. Liard Technologies can be found at booth #23.

Laird Technologies will showcase its current RFID antenna portfolio, including its DCE RFID HD RooTenna™, S8658PL and S8655PL circular polarity RFID panel antennas.

“The WSN & RTLS Summit in Europe is an event that, along with other topics, showcases RFID trends and technologies,” said Mark Miller, Laird Technologies Infrastructure Antenna Systems Product Manager. “It presents Laird Technologies with a great opportunity to interact directly with attendees and demonstrate to them in person how the company is a leading provider of RFID antennas for high-performance reader applications throughout the world.”

The WSN & RTLS Summit Europe 2011 is an event that appraises the technologies, markets, and opportunities of WSNs, RTLSs, and other forms of active RFID. With a proven track record in organizing RFID, printed electronics, WSN and energy harvesting events, this IDTechEx event covers the complete value chain with an assessment of technology, user needs, and industry opportunities.

With end-to-end system knowledge, Laird Technologies is the leading provider of RFID antennas for high-performance reader applications throughout the world. To learn more about RFID technology from industry-leading technical experts in person, visit the Laird Technologies booth.

 For additional information, visit or contact us at:

 Eastern US & Canada: +1-847-839-6906 or

 Western US, Mexico, Latin and South America: +1-847-839-6915 or IAS-


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