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Solution Provider SessionsThese sessions will be presented by our sponsors, and often delivered by customers who have deployed their solutions. The objective is to provide you with practical information and results from real-world case-studies regarding the successful implementation of some of the market's most compelling solutions.
May 1, 2013
10:45 AM—Solution Provider Sessions
How RFID Solutions Drive New Business Benefits
RFID hardware has become more reliable over the past few years, enabling companies to take advantage of RFID data in new and powerful ways. Software solutions are enabling firms to reengineer processes and deliver more value. In this session, our panel of experts will explain how businesses are leveraging these new capabilities.
Moderator:Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
Panelists:Darryn Prince, Managing Director for RFID, Microelectronics Technology, Inc. (MTI)
Enhancing Convenience and Efficiency With RFID and NFC
Explosive urban growth, rapid moving operations, start-to-finish product tracking, ever-increasing security needs and rapid adoption of smart devices are just some of the factors driving today's global identification markets. Our global society and daily lives have become more complex, mobile and fast-paced, leading to a need for solutions that authenticate identities, secure transactions and provide convenient interactions. Discover how NXP has answered these demands, building upon a renowned heritage of security, innovation, unmatched contactless performance and a deep understanding of all requirements across segments and ecosystems. NXP's wide array of leading RFID and NFC solutions are the answer to your smart-life applications, helping effectively connect people and products around the globe.
Speaker:Victor Vega, Marketing Director for RFID—North America, NXP Semiconductors
Embedded RFID Adds Value to Consumer Electronics
In the world of consumer electronics, the Intel Atom-based tablet with embedded UHF RFID is a trend-setter, enabling devices to perform a host of tasks they have never before been able to accomplish. Hear how embedded RFID technology is allowing IT managers to provision devices while they are powered off and inside a box, or powered on and operational; how device policies and access to local and remote assets can pervasively change, based on their location; how locking devices in the supply chain can deter theft; and other game-changing applications. Learn what this change means for electronics manufacturers, retailers, corporate IT departments and service providers.
Speakers:Shahrokh Shahidzadeh, Senior Principal Technologist, Intel
How RFID Provides Dependable Management and Traceability of Aircraft Parts
Fujitsu has expanded and enhanced its automated identification technology (AIT) solution for aircraft parts suppliers worldwide, enabling the management of individual parts and the accurate traceability of RFID and other AIT tags that are affixed to aircraft parts. By attaching tags to parts during the manufacturing process, aircraft parts suppliers can capture data about those components, such as their manufacture date, configuration, maintenance service records, and compliance with the aviation industry's rigorous environmental resistance standards, as well as with ATA Spec 2000 Chapter 9-5. This makes it possible to accurately trace a part's lifecycle from manufacture to maintenance. Learn how the solution delivers enhanced management of individual parts and accurate traceability throughout each item's lifecycle, as well as a faster delivery cycle and reduced stock shortages, thanks to greater visibility of the parts supply chain. The technology can also help maximize cash flow by reducing inventory, minimizing process time and solving availability issues by reducing work-in-process time.
Speaker:Mark Brown, Senior RFID Solution Architecture Manager, New Solution Business Division, Fujitsu America
Best Practices in IT Asset Management
Organizations from Cisco Systems to the U.S. Social Security Administration have achieved significant operational benefits from using RFID to better manage their IT infrastructure. But achieving those benefits requires more than automating inventory and audits. Learn how to plan, execute and manage a smart RFID strategy that delivers a strong return on investment while improving data-center operations.
Speakers:Diana Hage, CEO, RFID Global Solution
RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 is produced by RFID Journal, the World's RFID Authority.
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