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Registration Open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2010

The RFID industry's largest conference and exhibition, to be held on Apr. 14-16 in Orlando, Fla., will feature three co-located events designed to deliver additional value to attendees.
Oct 28, 2009RFID Journal announced today that registration is now open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, a conference and exhibition focused on radio frequency identification and its many business applications. Motorola is the Cornerstone and Registration sponsor for the conference, which will include three co-located events on Apr. 14: the Auto-ID Conference, IEEE RFID 2010 and the Aerospace RFID Summit.

RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, the eighth annual event produced by RFID Journal, will be held on Apr. 14-16 at the Orange Country Convention Center, in Orlando, Fla. The event will feature eight industry-specific and level-of-expertise conference tracks, eight in-depth preconference seminars, fast-track CompTIA RFID+ training and certification, and the RFID Journal Awards, as well as numerous technology exhibits and demonstrations conducted by leading technology firms. For 2010, the program will include more than 75 hours of educational programming, more than 50 end-user case studies and more than 175 technology companies. As in years past, the focus will be to help attendees learn how to employ RFID to solve their business problems.

"It's clear that RFID technology has matured to the point where businesses can now invest in solutions that provide true business visibility," says Mark Roberti, RFID Journal's founder and editor. "Companies can now track and manage mobile assets, inventory, tools, vehicles and individuals in a way that was never before possible. The data provided by RFID systems allows them to optimize their business processes."

The three co-located events are designed to provide added value to attendees, by enabling them to access additional education sessions.

Auto-ID Conference
This one-day conference is designed for executives looking to understand how automatic-identification technologies other than RFID can help solve their business problems. Sessions will cover the various types of bar codes, contact memory buttons, bokodes, Microsoft Tag applications, RF-resonant inks and more. In addition, this conference will address how various auto-ID technologies can be integrated to provide seamless visibility for managers.

The 2010 IEEE International Conference on RFID is the leading technical conference for researchers, developers, integrators and vendors to discuss and expand their knowledge of technologies, systems, networks, algorithms and applications of RF-based wireless communications and identification systems. IEEE RFID 2010 will provide insights into research currently underway that will likely drive future advances in radio frequency identification.

Aerospace RFID Summit
This workshop will provide a unique opportunity to understand how radio frequency identification is being applied in the aerospace sector. Participants can learn about RFID technology basics, including overviews of the physics, hardware and software; business and use cases of RFID for aerospace and defense; and standards and regulations that are key to effective deployments.

"We are extremely excited about next year's event," Roberti says. "More companies understand the value RFID can provide, and we are pleased to be able to help them determine which system will offer the visibility they need to improve the way they do business. The three co-located events will offer attendees even more value."
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