AIM Auto-ID Seminar
The AIM Auto-ID Seminar is designed to educate value-added resellers, systems integrators, distributors and other channel players and end users about RFID and other auto-identification technologies. Leading auto-ID experts will explain the key issues to help companies develop successful solutions.
November 6, 2007
Trevor Pierce, Global Standards, Independent Consultant
New Developments for the Classic Barcode
The rapid progress of RFID and other auto-ID technologies has taken focus away from the classic bar code. But as limitations exist in the newer technologies, recent developments in the bar coding technologies and applications can complement RFID and other newer technologies. In this session, hear what the latest developments and solutions involving bar code technologies are.
Pim Van Loosbroek, President, PVL AiDC Advies & Management BV
An Update from AIM Europe's RFID Experts Group
As European companies move forward with RFID, the need for standardization is becoming greater. Hear how AIM's RFID Experts Group is tackling the standardization issues and where AIM experts are helping to move the adoption process forward.
Eldor Walk, Chief Technology Officer, FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH
Choosing the Optimal RFID System
RFID is gaining worldwide acceptance with the supply chains of various industries. But RFID is not a one-size-fits-all technology. It's critical to choose the type of RFID system that will work for a company's - and industries - specific needs. This session explains the different types of RFID systems and how to choose the one that will meet your company's needs, as well as where to get the best advice on deploying an RFID system.
Jan-Willem Reynaerts, General Manager RFID, NXP Semiconductors
Coffee Break and Networking Opportunity
UHF Gen 2's Impact on Business Processes and Potential ROI
What can RFID do for your business-critical processes? In this session, two case studies will be presented on the benefits of using the technology. They will show how a return on investment can be achieved.
Guido Vangenechten, Country Manager, Intermec Technologies
Harmonizing of Auto-ID Data Structures
Most companies want to deploy RFID technologies in conjunction with other auto-identification technologies, including bar codes and 2-D bar codes. In this session, learn how you can set up data structures on each type of technology so they will work seamlessly together and not require extensive back-end integration.
Simon King, Director, Domino EIS
The Value of Privacy Enhanced RFID for B2B Solutions
Even though the privacy issues related to the use of RFID in consumer applications and the security issues in the B-to-B space are very different, RFIDsec says its unique Privacy Enhanced Technology (PET) is meeting general RFID security issues in B2B across industries. Apart from an introduction to the technology, the session will, for the first time, reveal results from pilot projects based upon RFIDsec's own RFID technology and the business cases behind the pilot projects.
Henrik B. Granau, CEO, RFIDsec
Using RFID to Drive Picking Accuracy to 100%
Combining the knowledge from more than 350 voice-picking installations and over 50 RFID installations, Zetes 3i Competence Centres have designed a new innovative solution to get to 0% errors during the order-picking process. By using voice to direct the picker and adding RFID to check the handling of the picker, Zetes has eliminated mistakes in choosing the product and quantity.
Marcel Kars, Vice President, Zetes 3i Competence Centres
Lunch Break and Networking Opportunity
Welcome and Introduction
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RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2007 is produced by RFID Journal, the World's RFID Authority.
AIM Auto-ID Seminar Concludes