Virtual Events Presentations

At RFID Journal, we strive to make your experience at each of our events as educational and productive as possible. That’s why we have created this RFID Journal online events community, it’s the one place where you can find the latest information on all of our events, mingle with other professionals with our social networking tools, download presentations from our events and so much more.

Don’t forget to check out our events calendar to learn more about our upcoming events schedule.

Accessing Conference Presentations:

If you attended an RFID Journal event, you should have received an e-mail containing a username and password to access the presentations. If you didn't receive the password, please e-mail marketing@rfidjournal.com.

1. Choose a session below. Blue titles, or speaker names, link to presentations in PDF format.
2. Click to view (opens in a new tab/window), or right click (save as) to download and view from your computer.
3. Once you click on a session title or speaker, you will be presented with a dialogue box.
4. Enter the username and password you were sent.

NOTE: Due to the large size of some files, it may take a minute or two to download each PDF.

Note that not all speakers have opted to have us post their materials. Speakers own the copyright to these presentations, and no material should be used without their permission. As more presentations become available, we will add them as well.


Can't find what you are looking for? E-mail questions or concerns to marketing@rfidjournal.com.

Virtual Presentations Archive by Year: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009

DOWNLOAD 2014 PRESENTATIONS:

FEB. 11, 2014

Using NFC to Deliver, Share and Collect Data

FEB. 11, 2014 — 11 AM TO 1 PM EDT

11:05 AMNFC RFID Boosts Marketing Effort — Mike Foley • Post Foods

11:40 AMRFID Journal LIVE! 2014 Advance Preview: Enhancing Live Events With NFC — Anthony Palermo • RFID Academia

12:05 PMNFC: A Profound Revolution in Asset Management — Tom Bamford • InfoChip

12:30 PMNFC Business Application — Mark Roberti • RFID Journal