Alliance Members

cortus Cortus

Cortus is a leading semiconductor and embedded systems solutions company, headquartered in Mauguio (Montpellier area, South of France).

Cortus  provides a large range of embedded systems solutions including HW, SW, processors (including RISC-V ISA processors), digital, and analog IPs, prototyping and verification solutions in different areas such as SIM cards, bank cards, e­Passports, automotive sensors, image processing, industrial controllers, M2M controllers, secure microcontrollers, sensors, smart meters, wireless, touch screen controllers and IoT devices. Over 50 companies have licensed Cortus cores and over 2 billion devices have been manufactured containing Cortus processors and IPs.

 ilim[1] Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

The Laboratory of Identification Technologies of the Instytut Logistyke I Magazynowania  is the first of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe and offers a variety of research, development, education and consultancy services related to the widearea of issues concerning identification technology. The laboratory is a founding member of the European EPC Lab Business Network, and a DASH7 Alliance member.

Their main areas of activity:
  • video and radio identification systems, including techniques for RFID, barcodes and image recognition
  • AIDC solutions using RFID and barcodes (1D i 2D, w tym ITF, EAN-13, GS1-128, QR, DATAMATRIX, DATABAR)
  • electronic circuits prototyping (including sensor systems, localization, embedded systems,etc.).
  • objects localization technologies  (locally inside and outside buildings, globally)
  • AIDC devices, tags, technology research (static and dynamic)
  • research and development in the field of identification technology and electronic systems

Kawantech concentrates several key skills to create and operate innovative networks of RFID sensors. Envisioning an evolution in logistics and transportation, where all pallets are monitored along their course, Kawantech developed a full range of products and services to enable a smooth evolution between old RFID and new sensing devices.The years 2010’s saw an explosion in wireless applications. Majority of people are now carrying smartphones able to locate them by GPS, keep connected to Internet, run advanced applications 24/24 and sports an impressive set of sensors (light intensity, accelerometer, magnetic compass).
The trend is now “stay connected”.However, such sensors and real time tracking features are more valuable for sensitive goods than individuals. Kawantech took the best of mobile phones technology to bring the logistic industry a smart evolution from RFID to this new connected world: Containers, trailers, pallets, are now able to sense their condition and report them on Internet with Super RFID tags beginning at 40 USD.


NEOTION is a French high-tech company providing innovative solutions for the worldwide Pay-Tv industry since 2000.
NEOTION develops and distributes a wide range of Conditional Access Modules with the main Conditional Access Systems vendors across the globe for Pay-Tv Operators.  Additionally, NEOTION enters the OTT market developing a compact and secure Satellite Gateway helping broadcasters and operators to enrich their traditional offers with new IP-based content in multiscreen solution.  Moving from Digital TV to Digital Home, NEOTION most recently launched Neohome as a complete smart home solution for Operators as well as a first step in the largest IoT world.


Nornir is an operator company for low power devices and active Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) units.
Nornir provides ad-hoc radio frameworks and coverage areas that enables advanced bidirectional data caption solutions for the Internet of Things. Their mission is to help their partners and clients participate in the evolution that is taking place on the web. The world is becoming interactive, and intelligent objects can be linked too when needed. Nornir is making it happen, using worldwide disruptive technologies. Through their Real Time Web marketplace, a company can interact in a more direct, easy and safe way with clients, partners and consumers, saving money and effort in the process.

  University of Antwerp

The IDLAB research group of the faculty of applied engineering of the University of Antwerp and imec, Belgium, is active in the DASH7 Alliance by contributing in the protocol development, the management of the alliance and the creation of pilot projects for DASH7 low power communication and localization.With 7 years of experience in research and implementation of localization systems, MOSAIC wants to push the limits in ulta-low power localization using DASH7. IDLAB currently assists international companies in creating DASH7 pilots for their applications.

  Wroclaw University of Technology

The mission of our University is to shape the creative and critical personalities of students and define the directions of development in science and technology. The education offered at our institution is strongly linked with scientific research and the needs of econo­my and is consistent with standards of the European Higher Education Area. The degrees awarded by Wrocław University of Technology are a symbol of high quality of education, confirmed by the National Accreditation Committee and the Accreditation Committee of Universities of Technology.Today’s Wrocław University of Technology is an inheritor of the tangible property of the German Königliche Technische Hochschule Breslau and the intellectual and research traditions of the Lvov Polytechnic. The university has been functioning under the current name since 1945. It was established and organised by researchers from Lvov and Warsaw. Since the very beginning of its existence, it has been an important centre of technical education. Today, it belongs to the best technical universities in Poland – over 35 000 students study here under the guidance of 2 000 academic teachers, at the 12 faculties and the Department of Fundamental Studies, as well as in the 3 regional branches (Jelenia Góra, Legnica, Wałbrzych). It rates high in the annual rankings of Polish universities. Recently, it has been announced the best Polish technical university in Webometrics Ranking of World’s Universities.

  viservice_logo VI Service Network Co., Ltd 

VI Service Network Co., Ltd (VISN) was established in 2004. We provides high quality professional services in design, research and development for test and measurement applications leveraging state-of-the-art commercial products and its own expertise in digital signal processing, radio frequency, sound and vibration, and photonics. VISN attaches great importance to engineering service quality, and added a number of professional industry associations, such as SCDMA Industry Alliance, EPC Global, DASH 7 Alliance, NFC Forum Etc.

WizziLab_Logo_Black WizziLab S.A.S

WizziLab is a provider of solutions for ultra-low power, low latency, long range wireless communication devices based on the DASH7 Alliance specification. WizziLab introduced the first affordable development kit for DASH7 protocol developers. WizziLab is now offering the first industrial DASH7 module, currently deployed in thousands of battery operated sensors.

WizziLab offers professional service both hardware and software to help its customers give life to their connected objects. Our broad experience and complete vision of the full system allow us to find innovative and efficient solutions to fulfill the application requirements using all types of Wireless communication technologies such as DASH7, Wifi, Bluetooth Smart or GSM/GPRS/3G. Our research fields include indoor localization, dynamic networking, energy efficiency of wireless networks, energy harvesting, intuitive interaction with places and objects.

The founders have more than 10 years of experience in wireless telecommunication systems and have been involved in the development of complete systems, from specification to ASIC design, firmware implementation, signal processing and application.

Founded in 2011, WizziLab is based in Paris, France. Contact:


 University Action Group Members

The UAG consists out of students and professors from:

  • Pusan University, Korea
  • University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • University of Bremen, Germany
  • Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland