RAIN RFID Is A Key Enabler Of The Internet Of Things (Internet of Things Applications USA 2017)

Wendy Werblin, Director Industry Solutions
Impinj
United States
 

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Presentation Summary

RAIN RFID is a wireless technology that connects everyday items to the internet, enabling consumers and businesses to identify, locate, authenticate, and engage each item. RAIN RFID adds intelligence to the IoT value chain and facilitates new applications for connected assets. To date, RAIN RFID has connected over 20 billion things.

Speaker Biography (Wendy Werblin)

Wendy Werblin is director of industry solutions at Impinj, responsible for industry strategy, market development and solution management initiatives. Before coming to Impinj, Wendy was a consultant with North Highland Worldwide where she led teams at Fortune 500 companies, major nonprofits and municipalities to drive and implement major business initiatives and significant organizational change. Wendy also spent nearly ten years with Philips Healthcare developing markets and products and driving demand for Philips' market-leading HeartStart defibrillators. Prior to Philips, Wendy spent time with a Silicon Valley healthcare technology start-up and as a healthcare consultant. She holds an MBA from the Fuqua School at Duke University and a BS from Cornell University, and lives in Seattle.

Company Profile (Impinj)

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Impinj, Inc. is the world's leading innovator in UHF Gen 2 RFID solutions for both item-level and supply-chain tagging. Impinj draws on its technical expertise and industry partnerships to deliver a wide range of products and solutions, comprising high-performance tag chips, readers, reader chips, software, antennas and RFID subsystem integration. Impinj's products provide robust performance, integration and cost effectiveness to a global customer base across numerous vertical markets with applications including inventory management, asset tracking, authentication and serialization.
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