Below you will find links to the recordings and slides from the keynote addresses and general sessions held during RFID Journal LIVE! 2022. You must be logged in to view these.
Opening During a Pandemic: USOPM Leverages RFID to Personalize Content and Enable Pandemic-Era Safety
Thursday, May 19, 2022: 9:00 AM – 9:40 AM
The United States Olympic & Paralympic Museum (USOPM), which opened in the summer of 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, is leveraging a radio frequency identification system initially designed to personalize the visitor experience. The 60,000-square-foot museum offers a personalized experience using digital content that can be modified according to a visitor’s specific interests, as well as his or her physical or mental accessibility requirements. The RFID system enables the museum to set the occupancy levels and alert the staff if a gallery is approaching its maximum number of guests allowed, and also provides the opportunity for contact tracing. Learn how RFID, in addition to providing accessibility and social distancing, offers USOPM additional benefits including the ability to forecast the popularity of content.
Speaker: Robert Bready, VP of Operations, G&A Consulting
RFID Journal Award Finalist Session: Self-service Grocery Stores Improve Consumer Experience and Reduce Operating Costs
Thursday, May 19, 2022: 9:45 AM – 10:25 AM
Startup technology company Blockstore Group has developed an end-to-end concept for unstaffed grocery stores. Their grocery- focused solution enables retailers to easily deploy, gain economic benefits and combine local stores with online sales and different food delivery models. Since summer 2020, they have successfully deployed six fully automated stores with the capability to automatically order the needed products and manage the product range within each location. Learn how the innovative solution utilizes RFID tagged grocery products, which are tracked from warehouse to stores and sold from cabinets enabled with RFID readers. This project is nominated for RFID Journal Award in the category of Best Use of RFID in a Product or Service.
Henna Hynynen, Head of Finance, Partnerships & Marketing, Blockstore
Juha Maijala, CEO & Founder, Blockstore
Blockchain Offers Secure Supply Chains and Brand Value Through NFTs
Thursday, May 19, 2022: 10:30 AM – 11:10 AM
AIM has previously explored the use of blockchain in securing supply chain provenance for everything from apparel to electric vehicle batteries, fresh produce and sustainability compliance validation. NFTs have now added another layer to this technology positioned to underpin future Web 3 interactions, with some of the world’s largest brands investing in the technology. The connection of the physical to the logical worlds has never been so relevant. AIDC technologies will play a key role in the world wide web of objects further adding to the trust and bringing enhanced brand value propositions. AIM has put together an expert panel to share their experiences and challenges in utilizing blockchain applications with AIDC technologies, such as IoT and RFID, and to discuss how blockchain can improve traceability.
Amir Khoshniyati, General Manager and Vice President, Transponder Business (and Healthcare Task Force Chair, NFC Forum), Identiv
Jeanne Duckett, Chairperson, AIM North America
Mark Manning, Founder & CEO, iTRACE Technologies