RFID Journal Virtual Event

Virtual Events Nov 18, 2021

RFID and IoT in Europe 2021

November 18, 8:00 am - November 18, 2021, 10:00 am

November 18, 2021

14:00 CET
Welcome and Introduction
Speaker: Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal

14:05 CET
Using RFID to Track Prototype Testing, Improve Security
A manufacturer of high-performance automobiles is using a radio frequency identification solution to better manage the development and movement of its prototypes as the new vehicles and their components are tested in the lab and on the road prior to being released to the market. The RFID system enables the car maker to identify and confirm exactly which components are installed in its prototypes during each of numerous tests, while also tracking the locations and testing of its engines, as well as the parking and movements of the prototype cars onto and off the lot, at the company’s development center. Hear how the firm is also using a sensor-based system to track the newly engineered vehicles anywhere they go, in order to better manage the prototypes.

14:45 CET
RFID Reduces Inventory Time and Improves Visibility for Tile Maker
A ceramic tile manufacturer is employing a radio frequency identification solution to track the locations of 50,000 pallets loaded with products, and has thereby reduced the amount of time needed to take inventory of its clay roofing tiles by 98 percent. The system also ensures that personnel know where a specific product is located when they need to load it onto a truck. Learn how the firm has expanded the deployment to include supplies and tools, to better ensure that components and materials required for manufacturing can be found when needed.

15:15 CET
Retailer Increases Inventory Accuracy by 20 Percent With RFID
After boosting its inventory accuracy by approximately 20 percentage points during a technology pilot, a European fashion retailer is rolling out an RFID-based solution. The implementation is taking place at all of the company’s 69 stores throughout the Benelux countries of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Learn how the solution provides the inventory visibility necessary to ensure that products are available for customers whether they are at a store or shopping online, thereby enabling a true omnichannel experience.

15:30 CET
RFID Makes Cable Talk
One of the largest manufacturer of cables in the world is using RFID technology to provide valid cable identification. The system enables the user to scan a cable, pre-fixed with an electronic chip, providing access to customized information on a user-friendly app. Learn how the PRY-ID enabled cables are being used by lighting manufacturers and producers of electrical components for simple documentation, increased security and accuracy in documentation during construction projects.

15:55 CET
Closing Remarks
Speaker: Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal



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