10 Presentations From RFID Journal LIVE! 2009

By Admin

Speakers at the conference offered numerous case studies on monitoring assets, inventories, items, temperatures and more.

At RFID Journal LIVE! 2009, held last month in Orlando, Fla., attendees learned how companies in a wide range of industries—from health care to logistics, manufacturing, retail and pharmaceuticals—could use radio frequency identification to cut costs, improve operations and boost sales. Now you, too, can see how RFID could help your company.





The Next Phase of AIT-enabled Distribution at the DLA


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at RFID Journal LIVE! 2009, Mark Lieberman, program manager for the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), explains how radio frequency identification and other technologies will deliver improved availability, trust, responsiveness, speed and efficiency within the defense supply chain to support the war effort.


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How RFID Delivers Shipping Accuracy and Cost Savings


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, Dave Johnson, director of distribution and logistics at DePuy (a division of Johnson & Johnson), explains how his company implemented an RFID system that dramatically improved shipping accuracy, shortened the typical check-in and check-out times for kits of medical devices and made it possible to more accurately bill surgeons for the items they actually use.


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Monitoring and Authenticating High-Value Goods


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, Liz Churchill, VP of solutions at eProvenance, explains how passive RFID tags can be employed to identify and authenticate items, and to link them to particular temperature-tracking tags, as well as to the shippers, distributors or brokers handling them.


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Using RFID to Monitor the Temperature of Drugs


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, David Ulrich, QA director at Abbott, explains how RF temperature monitors and an RF network infrastructure were utilized to automatically capture data.


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Purdue Pharma Uses RFID to Combat Counterfeiting


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, Purdue Pharma reveals how it is using data captured on more than 6 million bottles being tagged annually, and how RFID is helping the company to combat potential counterfeiting and diversion.


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The Case for RFID: A Pharmaceutical Manufacturer's Perspective


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, drug manufacturer Cephalon explains why it is forging ahead with plans to implement RFID and an electronic drug pedigree solution for pharmaceutical products.


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How Cognizant Cut Costs by Deploying RFID to Track IT Assets


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, Hal Lavender, chief architect at Cognizant Technology Solutions, explains how the IT and business process outsourcing services company is using RFID to more accurately track data-center assets with minimal cost.


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Using RFID to Optimize Medical Device Inventories at St. Elizabeth Medical Center


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, hear how St. Elizabeth Medical Center, located in Utica, N.Y., optimized inventory levels and better managed consignment stock, expired products and recall notifications using RFID.


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Boeing Leverages RFID to Improve Supply Chains


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, Charles Fletcher, director of logistics command and control for Boeing, explains how the company is employing RFID and other technologies to improve the tracking and distribution of equipment, spare parts and personnel for the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as for other government and non-government agencies.


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Swiss Retailer Tracks Items From Production to Point of Sale


In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at LIVE! 2009, Charles Voegele Group, a European fashion retail chain and the 2009 RFID Journal Award winner for best RFID implementation, outlines how it deployed an end-to-end item-level supply chain tracking solution. Thomas Beckmann, the company's head of supply chain, explains why Voegele deployed the technology, how the data captured is being used and the benefits the retailer is achieving.


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