Agenda At A Glance

To see all tracks and pre-conference seminars and post-conference workshops, scroll to the right.
 Preconference Seminars
 Item-Level Retail and Apparel WorkshopNFC Workshop RFID for IT ProfessionalsRFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management RFID in Harsh EnvironmentsRFID in the Food ChainRFID Journal UniversityStrategic RFID Workshop
10:30 AM
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
RFID Basics
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
11:30 AM
RFID and EPC 101
Justin Patton, University of Arkansas; Sue Hutchinson, GS1 US; Melanie Nuce, GS1 US
RFID Visibility Data for Business Applications
Ken Traub, Ken Traub Consulting LLC
RFID's Role in Food Safety
Michael Liard, Consultant
The Physics Behind RFID
Michael Ochi, California Polytechnic State University
An Overview of RFID Today
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
12:15 PM
Lunch
1:00 PM
Supplier Use Cases: Where the Benefits of Item-Level RFID Are
Dr. Bill Hardgrave, Auburn University; Jay Craft, VF Jeanswear, LP
RFID Data-Capture Software
Ken Traub, Ken Traub Consulting LLC
RFID Products That Operate in—and Sense—Harsh Environments
René Wermke, HARTING, Inc. of North America
Reducing Costs in the Fresh Food Supply Chain With RFID
Antonio Rizzi, Ph.D., University of Parma
Legislation and Standardization
Michael Ochi, California Polytechnic State University
Taking a Strategic Approach to RFID
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
1:45 PM
Retailer Use Cases: Where the Benefits of Item-Level RFID Are
Dr. Bill Hardgrave, Auburn University; Pam Sweeney, Macy's; Bill Connell, Macy's
Using RFID to Identify and Track Livestock
Larry Pietrowski, Costa View Farms
Live Demo: RFID in the Real World
Michael Ochi, California Polytechnic State University
2:30 PM
Break
2:45 PM
Planning Your Deployment
Sue Hutchinson, GS1 US
Barcelona Uses NFC to Provide Mobile Services
Sergio Jerez, Barcelona City Council
RFID Tag-Data Standards
Ken Traub, Ken Traub Consulting LLC
Designing Your RFID Solution
Ygal Bendavid, RFIDAcademia
Choosing the Right RFID Tag for Manufacturing and Harsh Environments
Richard Aufreiter, HID Global; Ed Nabrotzky, Omni-ID; Dennis Khoo, Xerafy
Monitoring Livestock Feeding Behavior With RFID
Dr. Tami Brown-Brandl, USDA-ARS-MARC
Real-World Considerations
Michael Ochi, California Polytechnic State University
RFID and Change Management
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
3:30 PM
Meeting Wrap-up and Next Steps
Melanie Nuce, GS1 US
RFID Data-Capture Standards: LLRP and ALE
Ken Traub, Ken Traub Consulting LLC
Building Your RFID Business Case
Ygal Bendavid, RFIDAcademia
Using RFID To Track Hazardous Materials
Dr. James M. Shuler, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE); Brion J. Burghard, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Improving Traceability Via UHF RFID Tags
Glen Kathler, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)
Building an RFID Business Case
Michael Ochi, California Polytechnic State University
Open Dialogue with an RFID Thought Leader
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal; Carlo K. Nizam, Airbus
 RFID Journal LIVE! 2014
4:45 PMWelcome and Introduction
Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
5:00 PMMarks & Spencer Expands RFID to All Its Stores
Kim Phillips, Marks & Spencer; Richard Jenkins, Marks & Spencer
5:45 PMBechtel Deploys RFID to Bring Visibility and Cost Savings to Island Construction Projects
Edward Koch, Bechtel
6:30 PMOpening Reception Starts
8:15 PMOpening Reception Ends