This year's RFID Journal LIVE! Europe conference will take place on 18-19 Oct., 2011, at the Dorint Hotel, located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In addition to presenting a full program agenda, an array of knowledgeable speakers and a trade-show floor with exhibitors from around the world, LIVE! Europe will also offer a new preconference seminar, titled RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management. Taking place on 18 Oct., this one-day seminar will introduce participants to RFID applications in inventory and warehouse management.
This virtual event will present a panel of global experts eminently qualified to discuss current radio frequency identification projects and mature deployments across Europe. Following the panel discussion, get an advance look at the RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management preconference seminar, designed to provide practical examples of how RFID technologies realistically enable inventory-management best practices. Register today and receive a brief overview of the projects that these organizations have undertaken, along with an advance look at some early results, before the conference commences.
|9:00 AM||The State of RFID Adoption Globally|
As the editor of RFID Journal, Mark Roberti has had a unique view of the RFID industry's development around the globe. In this panel presentation, Roberti and a panel of experts will bring attendees up to date on the state of adoption worldwide, as well as share insights into which industries are adopting RFID most quickly and explain which factors are currently driving adoption.
Moderator:Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
Panelists:Neill Pawsey, Project Manager, FIATECH
|9:30 AM||RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management|
On 18 Oct., 2011, RFID Journal LIVE! Europe will offer a one-day preconference seminar that will provide practical examples of how RFID technologies realistically enable inventory-management best practices. Get an advance preview of the course, and hear examples of how RFID technologies realistically enable inventory-management best practices.
Speaker:Harold Boeck, Ph.D., Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal, and Academic Founder, Academia RFID
|9:55 AM||Closing Remarks|
Speaker:Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal