Implementing RFID - Smart Labels Europe 2005
With the vast number of RFID conferences being launched across the world it is hard to know which one will give you the specific information needed for you to move your business forward. There are so many aspects of RFID to cover that the general approach of most conferences skims the surface and never gets to grips with the real issues. This is why IDTechEx with its in-depth knowledge and experience of the RFID industry has focused this year's Smart Labels Europe conference on the biggest challenge facing people today - implementing RFID.
At this conference users will present their experiences, and industry experts will tell you what they have learned. In order to ensure you receive the performance you require, you need to understand the technology and how RFID systems can be optimally designed and so these subjects are also focused upon. In addition, this event looks at manufacturing and designing RFID tags and systems. Beyond this, we cover the future and smart labels which do more than just identification - all of this goes towards creating new markets and propositions for your customers.
This conference is aimed at everyone involved in the value chain - from users to converters and solution providers - and this event will give you the facts, paybacks, issues and opportunities.
Largest European event
Smart Labels Europe 2005, sponsored by Avery Dennison, is the sixth annual Smart Labels Europe conference and in 2004 drew executive-level delegates from 20 countries. This is the largest European event for RFID. It covers adopters experiences, users needs, how to manufacture RFID smart labels, emerging technologies and complete RFID systems.
This conference will examine and review the technology, allowing you to learn and understand the requirements of brand owners, retailers, product manufacturers, healthcare, transport, and other vertical sectors looking to adopt RFID. The event will assess RFID integration challenges, users' needs, the opportunities for suppliers and emerging technologies.
Dedicated sessions cover:
20th September - RFID in the pharmaceutical industry; RFID for retailers; RFID for consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies; Manufacturing & logistics; Transport; Step-by-step RFID case studies; RFID trends around the World
21st September - Implementing RFID; Manufacturing RFID; RFID tags and readers; RFID software & systems; Smart labels beyond RFID