An IDTechEx Conference SeriesRFID Europe 2010
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Event at a glance
27-30 September 2010
 
Mon
27
MasterclassesCompany Visits
 
Tue
28
Speakers & TracksEXHIBITIONNETWORKING DINNERPrevious Exhibitors
 
Wed
29
Speakers & TracksEXHIBITION
 
Thu
30
MasterclassesCompany Visits
CONFERENCE CONTACTS
Teresa Henry
Event Manager
+44 (0) 1223 813703
Dr Peter Harrop
Chairman
+44 (0)7850 258317
Cara Harrington
Event & Marketing Manager
+1 617 577 7890
EXHIBITION CONTACTS
Ricky Purnell
Sales Director - Energy Harvesting & Storage, Internet of Things, and Wearable Technology LIVE! Events
+44 (0)1273 900 810

Company Visits

 
 
 

Cambridge often referred to as Silicon Fen - home to a large cluster of hi-tech businesses, is ideally placed for company tours which will be offered to all masterclass attendees.
 
The company visits operate on a first come, first served basis. These tours are extremely popular so please register early to guarantee your place.
Companies hosting the tour retain the right to decline someone from attending. This is beyond the control of IDTechEx and in this case you will be informed of this as quickly as possible.
 
Please note that  ONLY ONE  tour per day can be booked. These tours will run over the lunch period between masterclass sessions. If you are booked on the afternoon masterclass session, you will be back in time for your class.
To book your place please contact Liz Priestley on
 
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Monday 27 September     

Cambridge Central Library

Self-service is a key feature of the refurbished Cambridge Central Library. The council have invested in new technology that enables customers to do tasks for themselves - meaning they no longer have to stand in queues waiting to be served. A major investment in RFID has made it easy for customers to borrow and return library books.

As a masterclass attendee you can visit the library and see RFID in action using the latest technology.

http://hipweb.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/central/

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Monday 27 September     

Marshall Aerospace

Marshall Solutions - the consulting arm of MA - undertakes a wide range of aerospace related analysis. Subjects covered include efficiency and logistics optimisation, study of conceptual designs and assessment of new ideas and technologies. The Solutions Team has access to a vast amount of corporate knowledge on aerospace and vehicle engineering Marshall Solutions is particularly keen on working with RFID and RTLS companies to develop their technology for aerospace applications.

Marshall Aerospace has extensive experience in the conversion, modification and maintenance of military, corporate and civil aircraft, and all of these aspects - including design, manufacture, test and certification, and logistic support - are firmly backed up by a dedicated team of over 1,750 highly trained personnel and an exceptional range of facilities housed in 1.2 million sq ft of hangar space.

Based on its 800 acre site since 1937, Marshall Aerospace also owns and operates from its own locally established airport in Cambridge, England.

www.marshallaerospace.com

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Thursday 30 September     

Auto-ID Labs

The Auto-ID Labs are the leading global network of academic research laboratories in the field of networked RFID. The labs comprise seven of the world's most renowned research universities located on four different continents. These institutions were chosen by the Auto-ID Center to architect the Internet of Things together with EPCglobal.

www.autoidlabs.org

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