Registration Now Open for RFID Journal Virtually LIVE!

By RFID Journal

RFID Journal will host an educational and highly immersive virtual experience with many of the speakers who were supposed to present at the face-to-face event that was canceled due to the pandemic.

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RFID Journal announced today that registration is now open for this year’s RFID Journal Virtually LIVE!, a completely online conference and exhibition. The event, cornerstone-sponsored by Spotsee, will be held on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, and will include an extensive conference program, a vast exhibit hall, attendee networking sessions, RFID Professional Institute certification training and the announcement of the 2020 RFID Journal Awards winners and runners-up.

The conference program will feature six concurrent tracks, as well as keynote addresses by Lockheed Martin, Neste and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Leading end users will share new case studies in retail and apparel, manufacturing, aerospace and defense, healthcare, and energy and construction. Technology tracks will cover Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and explain how RFID can be integrated with blockchain to secure supply chains.

The exhibit hall will feature leading providers or RFID and IoT technologies from around the world. This will enable business professionals to compare prices and view the latest RFID innovations from the safety and convenience of their home or office.

Additionally, the event will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to network with thought leaders who are using RFID to drive business value for their companies. The conference will also feature fast-track RFID Professional Institute certification training presented by RFID4U, as well as the RFID Journal Awards.

Attendees registering prior to Sept. 12 will have the opportunity to purchase a Conference Pass at a discounted rate of $149. An Exhibit Hall Pass is free and includes access to the keynote sessions. To learn more about the event and available registration options, please visit rfidvirtual.com.