Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
If you are interested in becoming involved, either as a speaker, exhibitor, or attendee, in RFID Europe 2009, please contact the Event Manager:
Europe's largest RFID show - RFID Europe 2008 is the industry event to attend with attendees and speakers from the major RFID sectors and applications.
This year, it is co-located with the Active RFID, RTLS, and Sensor Networks
summit. Produced by leading independent analysts Dr Peter Harrop and Raghu Das, RFID Europe will give full technology analysis and unrivalled market insight from leading
adopters in a two day conference and exhibition, plus optional masterclasses, RFID
Investment Summit, unique tours to companies in the locale and numerous
Learn from over 60 speakers and network with 350+ delegates.
What's new and why should you attend?
The IDTechEx RFID Europe 2008 event will launch on 30 Sept 2008 in UK.
- Best coverage of new technology developments, from printed RFID to NFC to Real Time Locating Systems – we show you the future
- Unique analysis of RFID profit centres – featuring end users from growth sectors including Government, Heavy Logistics, Healthcare, Item Level RFID,
Farming and Animals and much more.
- The RFID Leaders panel – top executives from the biggest, most successful RFID companies giving you their insight
- What are the big forthcoming orders
- Discuss the current profitable RFID sectors and what to look out for next
- Opportunities across the full value chain
- Progress from around the world
- Major sectors and developments
- What does RFID mean for you and your business in 2008
Topics covered by speakers:
Active, Real Time Locating Systems and Sensor Networks
- Chipless and Printed RFID
- Healthcare and Pharmaceutical
- Manufacturing and Logistics
- Postal and Courier
- Airports and Airlines
- Animal and Food Tagging
- Near Field Communication
- Systems Integration
Click on a logo to see the speaker's page.
Active RFID, RTLS, and Sensor Networks
Developments in RFID Manufacture. Breakthroughs in HF RFID
Breakthroughs in UHF RFID