RFID Journal LIVE! 2012 to Feature Four Preconference Seminars, Five Workshops
The 10th annual conference and exhibition's preconferences and workshops will focus on RFID's use in various industries, including energy, IT health care, retail and apparel.
Feb 18, 2012—RFID Journal has announced that four preconference seminars and five workshops will be offered to attendees at RFID Journal LIVE! 2012, the media company's 10th annual conference and exhibition focused on radio frequency identification and its many business applications.
This year's LIVE! event will be held on Apr. 3-5, at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin resort, located in Orlando, Fla. The preconferences and workshops—covering RFID's use for energy, health care, IT, warehouse and inventory management, and security, privacy and legislation, as well as Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, RFID Journal University, the Item-Level Retail and Apparel Workshop and the Item-Level Supplier Workshop—will all take place on Apr. 3.
RFID in Energy: Presented in partnership with the Oil & Gas RFID Solution Group, this preconference will focus on end-user case studies and the benefits that RFID could provide to chemical, gas and oil firms, as well as the challenges that must be overcome to achieve such benefits.
RFID in Health Care: This preconference will feature leading health-care providers and early adopters sharing real-world case studies revealing the business benefits of RFID.
RFID for IT Professionals: Sponsored by Academia RFID, this seminar will explain how to build a complete software architecture, as well as the various architecture and product choices that an IT architect faces in building and deploying a successful system.
NFC Workshop: This one-day workshop preconference seminar explains how companies can use NFC technology to enhance products and the consumer shopping experience.
Item-Level Retail and Apparel Workshop: In this workshop, attendees will hear about the benefits of employing RFID to track individual items, and how to achieve them—plus, attendees will obtain an update regarding the VICS Item Level RFID Initiative (VILRI), which is helping to develop standard ways of deploying the technology and best practices.
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