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Takashi Kobayashi, Marubeni Europe plc
RFID Europe 2011
Main Conference: Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 September
Impartial insight into the growth sectors - the only RFID event hosted by RFID analysts
Some sectors of RFID have grown despite the recession. Other sectors have followed the classic hype cycle curve, but are now in the path of growth and profitability for the suppliers concerned. For the first time in many years, companies in Europe and the US are adding new manufacture volume. In Asia the huge Government support is driving manufacture and demand. The industry is taking off in many ways and in many forms. For example, Wireless Sensor Networks, a form of Active RFID, are being deployed in public buildings to save energy and monitor infrastructure. In 2011, RFID enabled cellphones are appearing from Nokia, Google and many others and the first printed RFID tags are being shipped.
RFID Europe is Europe's largest conference on the topic. IDTechEx carefully design the programme content to provide you with unrivalled insight into the state of the industry. Those wishing to exploit routes to profitability, find where the true demand is and meet customers and investors - must attend. Backed up by free IDTechEx research the complete event package is your yearly RFID benchmark.
Presentation topics will include:
RFID in retail
RFID in tracking & logistics
Tagging livestock with RFID
RFID in healthcare & biomedical labs
RFID in oil, gas & mining
RFID with cloud computing and the IoT
Trends & progress from around the world
Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
New products & developments
End-user speakers include:
Air Transport Association
Transport for London
International Post Corporation
Danish Agriculture & Food Council
See the latest technology and product demonstrations from some of the most innovative companies in the industry - plus the latest technology developments from RFID start-up companies.
The optional interactive masterclasses will be run by independent leading experts. Sessions include:
Introduction to RFID
Printed RFID and Printed Electronics
Active RFID, RTLS and Wireless Sensor Networks
How to Manufacture RFID
RFID Profit and Company Strategy: How to make money from RFID
Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage
During the Masterclass lunch breaks we will be running organised tours to local companies.
A drinks reception, 3 course gala dinner and open bar at Downing College.