Workshop Programme

The Global RFID Committee for Oil & Gas held a workshop in conjuction with RFID in Energy, Mining & Construction and the 4th LCI Australian Lean Construction Conferen.The presentation on standards and notes from the workshop are available for all to view. The recordings of the proceedings are only for attendees of the workshop. Please log in to to view the recordings. (If you are not a registered member, please register using the email you used to sign up for the event.)

Northern Foyer
08.30 - 09:00 Registration
Meeting Room 7
09.00 - 09:15

Opening Remarks

Mr Martijn Truijens, Woodside Lean Construction Technology Advisor, Adjunct Professor to the Curtin-based Australasian Joint Research Centre for Building Information Modelling, Chair of Lean Construction Institute, Western Australia


09.15 - 10:00

Importance of Standardisation

Jeroen Buren - Woodside Senior Vice President Production


10:00 – 10:45

RFID Standardisation - Where We Stand Today

Alastair McArthur, Director and technology specialist with RAMP
Diana Hage, President and CEO, RFID Global Solutions
Mark Roberti, Founder and editor, RFID Journal

Introduction Global RFID Workshop for Oil and Gas


Networking Break in the Northern Foyer
11:15 – 12:15

Workshop I – List Existing or Future Use Cases/Applications of RFID or other AIDC Technologies in the Oil & Gas Industry.


Networking Lunch in the Northern Foyer
13:15 – 13:45

DNV Presentation

Tor Traeland, Senior Consultant, DNV GL


13:45 – 14:15 

GS1 Presentation

Marcel Sieira, General Manager - Industry Engagement, GS1 Australia


14:15 – 15:15 

Workshop II – The Oil and Gas IndustryHas Complexities Beyond Those Seen in Other Industries

What are some of the current limitations of RFID and other AIDC technologies in the Oil and Gas industry?
What additional capabilities/features would accelerate the use of RFID and other AIDC technologies in the Oil and Gas industry?
What other constraints/barriers need to be overcome to accelerate adoption of RFID in the Oil and Gas industry?

Notes from the Workshop


Networking Break in the Northern Foyer
15:45 – 16:15 

Analyse Findings of Workshop

15:45 – 16:15  

Next Steps – Group Discussion on Actions to Progress Standardization within the Industry


Workshop Closes