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Dr. Friedel L. Vogel     Dr. Friedel L. Vogel
Business Consultant

Friedel is working for the automotive industry since the early 1990s and is actively involved in this industry’s e-business standardization. On behalf of his clients he supports the activities of NIFIS (gIAM), ODETTE and the association of the automotive industry in Germany (VDA).

Friedel is or was a member of the advisory boards of e-Cl@ss, Euroforum and PROZEUS as well as a Vice Chairman of EDIFICE.

Sessions

2nd European Identity Conference
04/23/2008 10:30-11:30 Identity Management in Manufacturing Industries
How to Efficiently Manage External Identities
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Moderation

2nd European Identity Conference
Automotive & Manufacturing Forum More 
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