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Smart Active Labels Consortium (SAL-C) Forum

Co-located with Smart Labels Europe 2004;

Monday 11th October 2004; 10:30 - 16:00


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This special workshop is being organized by the Smart Active Label Consortium ( ), in conjunction with IDTechEx's Smart Labels Europe, to introduce a number of emerging technologies that are underlying the innovation of smart active labels, and some of the key applications that are driving their development.

Defined as a thin flexible device with an onboard power supply, Smart Active Labels have promise for enhanced functionality that exceeds today's passive solutions. Featured at this program will be demonstrations of how leading companies are using Smart Active Solutions for applications ranging from temperature tracking to enhanced UHF RFID.

You'll hear first hand accounts about the uses of active solutions and how smart active labels are turning from vision to reality.


Who Should Attend

Potential users of smart active label systems, pharmaceutical, food - consumer packaged goods or fast moving consumer goods and defense industries; decision-makers, consultants, academics and project leaders involved with the production, distribution and selling of SAL products, and/or from RFID-related industries, should attend this conference to stay abreast of important new technology developments.



The workshop agenda will include:

  • SAL C Members presenting demonstrations of cutting edge SAL solutions;
  • In-depth coverage of temperature tracking and SAL in the Pharmaceuticals and Food Industries;
  • Morning demonstrations on The Advantage of SAL Technology for RFID: A Demonstration of Battery Assisted UHF RFID Technology
  • Afternoon session to illustrate SAL Sensor Technology: Temperature & Time Tracking
  • There will be a Conference Fee of 295 EURO to be paid directly to IDTechEx upon registering for Smart World Europe.


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