Dec 01, 2018RFID Journal announced today that registration is now open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2019, the world's largest conference and exhibition focused on radio frequency identification (RFID) and its many business applications. LIVE! 2019 will be held on Apr. 2-4, at Arizona's Phoenix Convention Center.
The event will feature eight conference tracks on Apr. 3-4. Four industry-specific tracks will cover retail and apparel, manufacturing, health care and pharmaceuticals, and defense and aerospace. Four other tracks will focus on the latest innovations, technology and infrastructure, supply chain and logistics, and the Internet of Things.
In addition, LIVE! 2019 will provide six in-depth workshops on Apr. 2. Four of these will cover RFID for warehouse and inventory management, developing Bluetooth beacon applications, the value of RFID and intelligent labels, and RFID strategies and best practices. RFID Journal University will explain the basics of radio frequency identification for those just learning about the technology. And a new workshop, "RFID for Airline Baggage Tracking," will help airlines learn how to comply with new baggage-tracking requirements issued by the International Air Transport Association.
Additionally, the event will feature fast-track training presented by RFID4U, the RFID Journal Awards, and the co-located IEEE RFID 2019 technical conference. In the exhibit hall, attendees will be able to view the latest RFID innovations from 200 exhibitors hailing from 25 different countries.
"RFID Journal LIVE! has truly grown during the past few years as the technology has taken off," says Mark Roberti, RFID Journal's founder and editor. "This is the one event where companies can learn about all the applications of RFID, as well as find the technology providers that offer the RFID solutions they seek."
Attendees registering early will have the opportunity to save more than $500 off regular rates for the RFID industry's most important conference and exhibition. Additional information regarding LIVE! 2019 can be found at rfidjournallive.com.