RFID Journal LIVE! 2020 Postponed until September 2020
RFID Journal LIVE! 2020 will now take place Wednesday, September 9 to Friday, September 11, 2020, at the Orange County Convention Center. Read more here.
Attend the world’s largest RFID and IoT event!
RFID Journal LIVE! 2020, our 18th annual conference and exhibition, is the largest, most comprehensive RFID/IoT event in the world. It’s where end users, vendors, systems integrators, consultants and academics gather to network, buy and sell, learn and share ideas. Register Today!
Hear the Latest Case Studies
RFID Journal LIVE! attracts presenters from leading companies and organizations using RFID and IoT technologies to drive real business benefits today. Above, Juergen Hartmann of Daimler delivers a keynote address at LIVE! 2019.
Learn From More Than 100 Educational Sessions
We survey our readers and ask what topics they want covered and what types of speakers readers want to hear from. Then, we recruit leading users and experts to speak at RFID Journal LIVE! Learn what works, best practices and missteps to avoid.
Hear from the Experts
Thought leaders, such as Dr. Bill Hardgrave, founder of the RFID Lab at Auburn University (above), share their insights and research into how RFID and IoT technologies are benefiting companies today.
Visit the World’s Largest RFID and IoT Expo
The exhibit hall features more than 200 exhibitors from more than 25 countries. You will find solutions for every industry and be able to compare offerings from around the world.
Get RFID Institute Certified
With training provided by RFID4U and a certification exam onsite, you can attend RFID Journal LIVE! and go home with professional credentials.
Book Your Hotel!
The discounted rates for the hotel options are not yet available for the 2020 event, but you can monitor this page closer to the date of the show.
See Live RFID and IoT Demonstrations
Demonstrations in the exhibit hall help you understand how you can use RFID and IoT technologies to improve your business operations. Above, researchers from the RFID Lab at Auburn University show how RFID can be integrated with blockchain technology to secure the supply chain.