RFID Journal LIVE! 2022 Manufacturing and Supply Chain Track Presentations

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.

Liquor Company Uses NFC to Ensure Product Authenticity
Wednesday, May 18, 2022: 1:45 PM – 2:25 PM
Brazilian liquor producer Romabev is employing NFC technology to connect shoppers with its Cachaça Roma brand and enhance the customer experience. Cachaça, Brazil’s national spirit, is a distilled spirit produced exclusively in the country and is used to produce the nation’s most famous cocktail, the caipirinha. The firm chose an NFC-enabled solution to facilitate traceability and thereby eliminate the risk of the drink being counterfeited, and as well as providing security to the product’s consumers. Learn how technology is also helping Roma to better understand its customers’ consumption habits.
Speaker: Rodrigo Pedroso, Founder, Roma

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Lockheed Martin Ramps up Next-Gen Technologies in Asset Tracking
Wednesday, May 18, 2022: 2:30 PM – 3:10 PM
Corey Cook, Chief of Lockheed Martin Advanced Technologies Concepts for Logistics and Sustainment at Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) Orlando will discuss next-generation asset tracking technologies that are helping spearhead the digital transformation revolution at Lockheed Martin, the DoD, and commercial industry. Hear the newest developments at RMS Orlando, including integration with autonomous systems, augmented reality, holographic visualization, and self-sensing platforms.
Speaker: Corey Cook, Chief of Lockheed Martin Advanced Technologies Concepts for Logistics and Sustainment, RMS Orlando, Lockheed Martin

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EPC Modernization and the Encoding of Attribute Data in EPC/RFID tags
Wednesday, May 18, 2022: 3:15 PM – 3:55 PM
As RFID technology expands in industries that operationally require traceability data such as Foodservice, Retail Grocery, and Healthcare, the need for efficiently encoding such data has expanded. Effectively tracking products helps ensure product safety, recall readiness, and supply chain visibility. Electronic Product Code/Radio Frequency Identification (EPC/RFID) technology does more than just encode the Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and Serial Number. In this session, gain an understanding of nascent guidance supporting use cases such as recall management, freshness management, and operational efficiencies.
Speaker: Jonathan Gregory, Director of Community Engagement, Apparel and General Merchandise, GS1 US

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RFID Beefs Up Identification of Cattle Under Loan
Wednesday, May 18, 2022: 4:00 PM – 4:40 PM
For the last two years the RFID Application Development Lab (RAD Lab) has been working on a project for one of the largest agricultural cooperative lending agencies in the Canadian and Alberta beef industry. The lending agency, which offers farmers affordable financing for feeder and breeding livestock, needed a process to track the livestock assets, so that can easily begin and terminate loans. Learn how RFID technology can provide visibility and enable them to identify and validate cattle that are under loan.
Speaker: Glen Kathler, Principal Investigator – RFID Applications, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

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