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The presentations from RFID Journal LIVE! 2010 are now available in our online video library, so end users can see how companies are benefiting from the technology today.
Apr 26, 2010—A few years ago, I received an e-mail following RFID Journal LIVE!, from a gentlemen who said—and I'm not making this up—"Your speakers are so good, they should be on TV."
As it happens, we do video-record all of the general sessions at our LIVE! conferences, and we audio-record every track and preconference seminar session, synching each to the speaker's PowerPoint presentation. All of these recordings are then made available in the video library on our Web site, so that our readers can learn from the experts.
The biggest complaint I've heard over the years is that with so many valuable sessions scheduled simultaneously, it's sometimes difficult to choose which to attend. Therefore, our recordings offer attendees the opportunity to see everything they missed. And premium members unable to attend LIVE! can learn how companies in their industry are using radio frequency identification to improve their operations.
RFID Journal's mission is—and always has been—to help businesses learn how RFID can deliver business value. To that end, we are making all of the general sessions available for free, and I encourage readers to take advantage of this valuable opportunity. Anyone who plans to deploy RFID on a large scale should watch Carlo Nizam's presentation (see Airbus Reveals the Benefits of an Enterprise Approach to RFID, Part I, Part II and Part III). As Airbus' head of value chain visibility and RFID, Nizam has been pioneering best practices in the technology's adoption.
Whatever type of RFID solution you are considering deploying, Keith Sheardown's presentation can help you avoid mistakes. Sheardown, the general manager of technology solutions at Bombardier Transportation, discussed the early mistakes his firm made, and explained how a $40 book helped him avoid wasting $100,000 (see Bombardier Runs a Smarter Railroad With RFID, Part I, Part II and Part III).
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