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Photos from RFID Journal LIVE! 2017

Check out some of the photos from RFID Journal LIVE! 2017, our 15th annual event.

GENERAL SESSIONS

The general session presentations were well attended on both Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. On Wednesday morning, Brigadier General Patrick Burden, Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems, U.S. Army gave an address on how the U.S. Department of Defense is using RFID to track shipments across is massive global supply chain. Dean Frew of SML hosted a panel with Target and Herman Kay. And Jason Philpot of Honda presented a case study on how Honda Manufacturing of Indiana tracks finished inventory over a large yard.



EXHIBITION

More than 3,000 people attended RFID Journal LIVE! 2017. The exhibit hall featured more than 200 exhibitors, many of which introduced innovative new products.



TRACK SESSIONS

LIVE! 2017 featured eight concurrent track sessions, which were also well attended.

AWARDS

RFID Journal LIVE! 2017 featured our 11th annual RFID Journal Awards ceremony. Here are shots of just a few of the winners.


Lululemon Athletica accepts the award for Best Retail RFID Implementation.


Honda accepts the award for Best Manufacturing RFID Implementation.


Gerdau accepts the award for Best Supply Chain RFID Implementation.


The Delta Airlines team accepts the award for Best RFID Implementation (Other Industry).


Sloan Kettering Cancer Center accepts the award for Best RFID Health Care Implementation.


Berensten International accepts the award for Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service.


Identiv accepts the award for Best New Product 2017.


Mark Roberti announces the Special Achievement Award, which was given to Ken Traub postumously.


All of the award winners and runners up gather on stage for a photo.