- Aerospace/Defense Track
The U.S. Department of Defense, as well as airplane manufacturers Boeing and Airbus, have deployed RFID systems to improve their supply chains and operations. This track focused on the benefits all three are achieving, and how their suppliers are meeting tagging mandates and achieving benefits, both internally and across their supply chains.
- EPC Standards and Benefits Track
EPC standards for RFID hardware, software and networking are being adopted by some retail and consumer packaged goods companies, as well as by businesses in other industries that want to track goods in open supply chains. In this track, attendees learned how to implement EPC standards to drive real business value.
- Executive Strategy Track
Senior executives at companies in every industry are faced with the challenge of how to deploy RFID in a way that reduces costs, improves efficiencies and helps them today, while also enabling them to meet their long-term goals. At LIVE! 2009, some early adopters shared their secrets for creating a well-thought-out strategy, and for executing it effectively.
- How to Deploy RFID Track
RFID hardware and software continues to improve at a rapid pace, but implementing a system that can deliver a significant ROI is still a challenge. This track focused on how to deploy RFID for specific applications.
- How Cognizant Cut Costs by Deploying RFID to Track IT Assets
In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, Hal Lavender, Chief Architect, 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.
- Using RFID to Optimize Medical Device Inventories at St Elizabeth Medical Center
In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, you will hear how St. Elizabeth Medical Center, in Utica, N.Y., was able to optimize inventory levels and better manage consignment stock, expired products and recall notifications with RFID.
- Preconference Seminar: RFID Journal University
This seminar, RFID Journal's most popular preconference offering for five years, is designed to provide those new to RFID with the foundational knowledge needed to begin understanding how the technology can be applied to solve specific business problems, to choose the right option for a specific application, and to select the proper vendors to achieve a successful outcome.
- Preconference Seminar: RFID In Packaging and Labeling
This one-day preconference seminar is designed specifically for label converters, packagers, printing companies and others looking to understand the market opportunity for selling RFID labels, and how they can enter the market. Covering everything from market analysis to the actual manufacturing process, it offers a unique opportunity to hear from experts regarding inks for printing antennas, chip attachment options, label insertion, quality control and much more.
- Preconference Seminar: RFID in Government
This one-day preconference seminar is designed specifically for municipal, state and federal government agencies looking to understand how they can employ RFID within their operations to reduce costs and to offer better services. The seminar will provide the security and privacy information agencies need to understand before introducing any RFID applications that might affect consumers or businesses.
- Preconference Seminar: RFID in the Food Chain
This preconference seminar is designed to educate growers, distributors and producers of food and food products, as well as systems integrators and other implementers, regarding the benefits of using RFID to track the location and monitor the temperature of food as it moves through the supply chain. The seminar also explains the current state of RFID, and explores how an organization can deploy the technology to achieve such benefits today.
- RFID Journal LIVE! 2009 General Sessions
RFID Journal LIVE! 2009 featured speakers from Charles Voegele Group—the first company to track items from the point of manufacture to the point of sale—as well as American Apparel, Boeing, Continental Automotive, IBM, Motorola, Microsoft and Vail Resorts. Access audio recordings synchronized to the PowerPoint presentations of selected general-session speakers; other presentations are also available in PDF format. And see additional presentations from the 2009 RFID Journal Awards winners.
- Boeing Leverages RFID to Improve Supply Chains
In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, Charles Fletcher, director, logistics command and control for Boeing, explains how Boeing is using 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
- Swiss Retailer Tracks Items From Production to Point of Sale
Charles Vogele Group, a European fashion retail chain and 2009 RFID Journal Award winner for Best RFID Implementation, has deployed an end-to-end item-level supply chain tracking solutions. In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, Thomas Beckmann, head of supply chain for Charles Vögele Group, explains why the company deployed the technology, how the data captured is being used and the benefits the retailer is achieving.
- U.S. Department of Energy Employs RFID to Safeguard the Country
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
The Argonne National Laboratory developed an active RFID system that tracks nuclear materials to protect human health, the environment and national security.
- RFID Goes to College
By Bob Violino
Turkey's Sabanci University employs RFID technology to improve services for the students, faculty and administrative staff on its Istanbul campus.