Korea RFID Pilot Projects in Public Sectors (Smart Labels Europe 2005)

Mr Chang-Hun Lee, Senior Researcher, RFID/USN Team, IT Strategy Div
National Computerization Agency, Korea
 

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Presentation Summary

  • Ubiquitous Network Society
  • RFID/USN & IT 839 Strategy
  • RFID/USN Demand Creation
  • RFID/USN Pilot Projects in 2004 and 2005
  • Future Plans

Speaker CV

Experience
  • 2005 ~ Present : Senior Researcher of RFID/USN Team, IT strategy division, NCA (National Computerization Agency)
  • 2002 ~ 2004 : Senior Researcher of KIX(Korea Internet eXchange) Team, Department of Internet Center for National Informatization, NCA
  • 1999 ~ 2001 : Senior Engineer, System Operation Team, Internet Lab. FREECHAL.COM
  • 2001 : Graduated in Computer Engineering division from Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
 
 
Dissertation Publication
  • Korea Internet White Paper 2003, 2004 : Korea IX(Internet Exchange) writing in Internet Infra and Technology Trends
  • The Connection of IX mutual Research Report 2002

Company Profile

Since its establishment in 1987, NCA sowed the first seeds in an information barren land starting with the construction of the National Basic Systems(NBIS) and has for the past 18 years, continued in its efforts to solidify the foundation upon which Korea could transform itself into a nation strong in knowledge and information it has become today.
 
As the agency responsible for the overall implementaion and support of the information of the national and society, NCA building upon the knowledge and expertise accumulated over the years, will continue to spare no efforts in bringing new opportunities and possibilities offered by inforation technology to the nation and society by providing optimal methodologies and solutions to national agencies, local autonomies and public enterprises.

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Smart Labels USA 2006
Westin Copley, Boston, MA
March 28-29, 2006
 
The fifth event in this series - in previous years over 400 people and 45 exhibitors have attended.