RFID and The Internet of Things: Delivering Data, Connectivity and CommunicationYou have heard the phrase "Internet of Things" (IoT), but what does it mean to youand what is the real business value? RFID and smart computing are delivering a world in which billions of objects can report their location, identity and history via wireless connections. In this workshop, learn how RFID is powering the IoT, enabling every business to collect information automatically and cost-effectively. Gain an understanding of what the Internet of Things is, what the term means and why the IoT is a reality today, and no longer a futuristic concept.
May 2, 2013
An Introduction to the IoT
Discover what the Internet of Things means to you, and how it can be used as a tool for your customers. Find out the difference between current technology applications and the IoT, why we are facing the biggest disruptive technology to our businesses, and how it will be a major part of the IoT.
Stephen Halliday, President, High Tech Aid
The Business Need for the IoT
Learn the primary business drivers for the Internet of Things, and what it takes to use RFID technology to its fullest extent. Hear examples from real-world applications with which you may already be involved. And discover what it means to your business, and how you can use it today.
Chris Hook, CEO, XIoT, Inc.
The Technology Powering IoT
RFID has transformed operations throughout the last decade, and this session will help you understand the technologies and options available. From bar codes to RFID and beyond, learn how to choose the best technology to meet your particular needs, and how to use the correct technology for your applications. This session will also describe the technologies used for implementing RFID, as well as the data needs involved.
Daniel Engels, CTO, Dupre Dimensions, Inc.
AIM Update on IoT Work
Hear the latest information about what AIM is doing regarding the Internet of things. Hear about case studies and other work that can help you with your business.
Rich Vossel, IoT Chair, AIM
Post-Conference Workshop Ends
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