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Trinity College Dublin at IDTechEx Berlin 2019

IDTechEx Berlin
IDTechEx is one of the largest and most relevant events in the Emerging Technologies calendar.  The event takes place at different locations globally and its European edition takes place every spring in Berlin. The event covers the areas of 3D printing, Electrical vehicles, Energy Storage, Graphene & 2D materials and Internet of Things amount other tightly related areas.
Every year there are more than 2,500 attendees and 200 exhibitors that arrive to keep up latest Innovations through either Presentations, Workshops and Masterclasses.
This year edition is particularly focused on materials for battery, energy storage and electric vehicles with 35 presentations from Industry and academia on the subject over the 3 days of the event.

Trinity College Dublin at IDTechEx Berlin 2019
Trinity College Dublin with be exhibiting at IDTechEx Berlin 2019 (Stand G03) to meet with existing partners and to seek out new partners for Trinity College Dublin, offering to add value to their existing Research & Development portfolios. Industry engagement can be carried out through different mechanisms such as licensing strategic technologies, and/or accessing research outputs, world-class infrastructure and expertise through collaborative research projects.

In addition, Dr. John Whelan – ICT Research Commercialisation Manager with deliver a presentation at IDTechEx Berlin 2019 entitled Pervasive Nation: Lessons From A LoRaWAN Integration With A 5G Network In A Smart City Environment.

John’s presentation will:

  • Introduce Lora/LoRaWAN and the latest updates from the LoRa Alliance (the non-profit body driving the development and standardisation of the LoRaWAN protocol).
  • Provide an overview of the Pervasive Nation platform ( and how it is deployed, including the Pervasive Nation roadmap and the latest features.
  • Run through a number of Case Studies from the 130 companies testing the LoRaWAN through 30 different projects
  • Finalise with a particular analysis and takeaways on service integration with a 5G testbed network as part of Dublin's Smart Docklands' programme. Ireland's 5G spectrum was successfully auctioned in 2017.

The presentation will take place on Wednesday 10th of April at 17:40 in Hall C, Estrel Convention Center, Berlin.
If you are interested in knowing more about Trinity College Dublin presence at the event please contact us through: E-mail: Twitter: @TrinityResearch or Linked In: