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Airbus, Emirates SkyCargo to Present at RFID Journal LIVE! Middle East 2009
At the event, to be held Jan. 5-7 in Dubai, industry leaders will reveal how to improve operational efficiencies.
Dec 16, 2008—At next month's RFID Journal LIVE! Middle East conference, Carlo K. Nizam, Airbus' head of value chain visibility and RFID, and Vasihuddin Khan, cargo systems analyst for Emirates SkyCargo, will discuss how their companies are using and benefiting from RFID technology. At this first annual event, to be held Jan. 5-7, 2009, at the InterContinental Hotel Festival City in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, businesses across the region will be able to hear from industry leaders, and see how radio frequency identification can improve operations in the oil and gas, construction, supply chain and health-care sectors.
At RFID Journal LIVE! Middle East 2009, attendees will hear from these and other industry leaders:
• Christopher Greenslade, Emco Wheaton SBU's engineering manager
• Catina G. Aghayan, quality and development consultant at Q-Post General Postal Corp.
• Ahmed Al-Anezi, Saudi Post's director of quality management
• Konrad Konarski, Merlin Concepts & Technology's founder and VP
The conference program will focus on how all types of RFID technologies—active, Wi-Fi, passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF), passive high-frequency (HF) and more—can be used to improve a company's operations. Like all RFID Journal events, LIVE! Middle East will feature leading end users objectively explaining how they employ RFID to enhance efficiencies and streamline business processes.
RFID Journal LIVE! Middle East is the first RFID conference in the region to feature technology exhibits and demonstrations conducted by the leading RFID companies worldwide. TagStone, a business services firm that creates business intelligence with radio frequency identification and other wireless technologies, will be the event's cornerstone sponsor; Motorola will be the premium and registration sponsor; and Microsoft will be a platinum sponsor.
"This really is a unique opportunity for companies across the Middle East to learn how RFID can be used in their operations," says Mark Roberti, RFID Journal's founder and editor, "and to meet the vendors that can help them deploy a successful solution."
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