Delegates were not short of questions for the case example of Andreas who on January 6, 2016, boarded a Scandanavian Airlines plane from Stockholm to Paris using his embedded NFC chip. The experiment raised a lot of questions, and answered some outstanding questions about whether or not NFC really worked in an open environment? Andreas is an authentic leader at Sogeti which is refreshing given his leadership roles as both Vice President and CTO. He tells it like it is in a non-emotive and practitioners voice. I would encourage interested readers to visit two blogposts by Andreas:
I commended Andreas on being one of the few voices in the hard-core tech industry to come out and say NFC implants are just a bad idea, based on technical reasoning. I have also previously highlighted a couple of blogposts by the company Ericsson saying almost exactly the same thing. Check out the posts of Stanislav Kupriyanov (e.g. here and here, among others).
I will release the interview transcript of the EA meeting, and a 2 hour post-presentation interview within a few weeks. But for now, with Andreas' permission, at the top of this webpage is the audio version of his EA talk.