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RFID Journal Announces Keynote Speakers for LIVE! 2012
Industry leaders from Cisco Systems, Motorola Solutions, Intel and Bell Helicopter will speak at the company's 10th annual conference and exhibition.
Feb 28, 2012—RFID Journal announced today that industry leaders from Cisco Systems, Motorola Solutions, Intel and Bell Helicopter will be featured as keynote session speakers at RFID Journal LIVE! 2012, the company's 10th annual conference and exhibition focused on radio frequency identification technologies. The event will be held on Apr. 3-5, 2012, at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin resort, located in Orlando, Fla.
Cisco's keynote session—presented by Ted Baumuller, the company's director of IT and marketing for Cisco.com, and Maryanne Flynn, Cisco's director of operations—will discuss the benefits that the firm has achieved from tracking IT assets. Cisco Systems has long been one of the world's most sophisticated users of information technology. Managing that infrastructure, from a physical standpoint, can be challenging. Attendees at LIVE! will learn how Cisco has reduced the amount of time required for workers to perform inventory counts, as well as additional benefits that it achieves from the system (see Cisco Tracks IT Assets Via RFID).
A second keynote session will be presented by Paul Steinberg, Motorola Solutions' chief technology officer. Steinberg will discuss global market trends and their impact on the RFID solution set, and will also explain the business applications, the benefits being realized by companies worldwide, and the expected evolution of technologies vital to meeting the needs of the global enterprise.
Intel has been exploring the use of embedded RFID systems in the electronics sector. Shahrokh Shahidzadeh, the company's senior principal technologist, will discuss how embedded RFID can deliver new capabilities and benefits to electronics manufacturers, retailers, corporate IT departments and service providers. Attendees will hear about Intel's progress and its plans for this year, and will also get a glimpse of RFID's future in electronics.
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