Among those who will benefit from attending
RFID in Defense are:
Business executives: It's critical that business executives understand both the cost impact of RFID tagging and the many benefits the technology can provide, so they can prioritize projects and ensure successful deployments. Only RFID in Defense will help busy business executives get up to speed on these issues quickly.
Financial executives: It's important to manage the cost of tagging and find cost-effective solutions, to achieve a return on investment from any RFID deployment. This year's event will look at strategies for keeping the cost down. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet with RFID vendors offering cost-effective solutions.
Manufacturing and operations professionals: RFID is being used to track parts inventory and raw materials, manage work-in-process, manage finished goods inventory and much more. This year's event addresses all of these manufacturing and operational issues and many others.
IT professionals: Information technology is a critical component of any RFID system, and this year's event will educate professionals in the IT sector about how they can add RFID to their current product offerings by understanding the fundamentals of EPC data standards, and how to leverage RFID data.
Packaging professionals: RFID tagging will have an impact on packaging professionals, because they will be involved in deciding how packaging will be tagged, where the tag will be placed and how to ensure tagging doesn't slow down existing processes. These and other related issues including inks for printing antennas, chip attachment options, label insertion, quality control and much more, will be discussed at this year's event.
Merchandisers: EPC data provides the visibility that lets companies better manage replenishment. At this year's event, merchandisers will learn how leading early adopters are using hard data and new insights regarding the ROI companies can achieve from radio frequency identification.
Marketing and customer service professionals: More and more retailers are using RFID in innovative ways to reach new customers and improve customer service. This year's event will feature case studies of companies that have implemented such solutions.
All conference sessions are subject to change, and RFID Journal reserves the right to alter dates, programs and speakers at any time, as circumstances dictate. Sessions without assigned speakers indicate a target topic; every effort will be made to ensure that a program of equivalent standard and value is available.
RFID in Defense is produced by RFID Journal, the World's RFID Authority.