Printed RFID Conference
As companies make advances in printing electronic components once etched into silicon, many are looking to create low-cost RFID tags where the integrated circuit and antenna are printed. These advances could soon make it possible to print RFID transponders at a very low cost, thereby ushering in an era of ubiquitous RFID.
This co-located conference, produced by IntertechPira, will bring together leading experts and companies focused on printed electronics for radio frequency identification. The purpose of the event will be to update RFID technology providers, systems integrators and end users regarding the latest developments in printed electronics for RFID, and to show how printed electronics can be used today to create low-cost tags.
April 27, 2009
New to RFID? Here's your opportunity to gain a basic introduction to the fundamentals of RFID. The differences between the various classes of tags will be explained, including active and passive systems. The need for additional IT systems to build upon RFID in real-world applications will be highlighted. The session also includes a very brief overview of the EPCglobal Network, the future of ISO standards, ETSI reader regulations and the latest standardization efforts worldwide. Finally, the relationship between different standards in the area of RFID and EPC, including the latest EPC generation 2 standard, will be presented.
Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
Move to Printed RFID Breakout Room
Opening Remarks From the Chair: World's First Roll-to-roll Printed RFID
Printed RFID is a meeting point for printing and electronics. This session will explore technology challenges, materials and processes, as well as the latest achievements and results, first applications for printed RFID and a future roadmap for this technology.
Wolfgang Mildner, Managing Director, PolylC GmbH & Co. KG
Brand Owner's Perspective: Procter & Gamble's Strategy for Printed RFID
In this session, learn about P&G's state of general RFID activities, the future needs of the industry and how printed RFID could address those challenges.
Mark Morrow, EPC RFID Technology Manager, Procter & Gamble
Bringing Intelligence Into Everyday Things
This session will define key achievements and applications, providing a roadmap for printed silicon electronics.
Vik Pavate, Vice President of Business Development, Kovio, Inc.
RF Communication of Printed Smart Objects
This session will provide an overview of the printing functionalities of smart objects, as well as applications for this technology in the packaging business
Dr. Reinhard R. Baumann, Professor, Chemnitz University of Technology
Roll-to-roll Printed 13.56 MHz RFID Tags on Plastic Foils
The presenter will discuss the current obstacles to a completely printed 13.56 MHz RFID tag, as well as the commercialization of R2R printed RFID tags.
Gyoujin Cho, Professor, Sunchon National University
Printable Battery-Assisted RFID Labels
This session will explore the technology and application potential of printable, battery-assisted RFID labels.
Erez Kahani, CEO, PowerID
Tools for Improving the Performance and Scalability of Conductive Inks
This session will discuss advanced manufacturing processes for conductive inks and their integration with R2R manufacturing.
Stan Farnsworth, Vice President of Marketing, NovaCentrix
Chipless RFID Technology: Introducing SARcode
This session will provide an overview of prospects for chipless RFID, explain the advantages of this technology and offer an applications roadmap.
Don Taylor, VP and General Manager of U.S. Operations, InkSure Technologies
Printed RFID Conference Concludes
RFID Journal LIVE! 2009 is produced by RFID Journal, the World's RFID Authority.
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