RFID Journal LIVE! Workshops

RFID Journal LIVE! features six concurrent workshops on April 2. Below is a brief description of each. We are updating the full conference agenda. Check back to see the detailed agenda.

Below the information on the postconference training classes you will find information about the RFID Journal LIVE! keynotes and general sessionsconference tracks, and the co-located IEEE RFID 2018 event.

RFID Journal LIVE! 2019 Workshops

RFID Basics: The preconference seminars open with an RFID Basics sections that all Preconference Pass holders are welcome to attend. This session, presented by RFID Journal Founder and Editor Mark Roberti, covers the basics of RFID technology and the terms you will hear during the conference. After the Basics session, the individual seminars will begin in separate rooms.

RFID/IoT for Warehouse and Inventory Management
RFID represents an opportunity to greatly improve inventory visibility and management, and to automate some common tasks, such as receiving. During this preconference, you will learn about specific RFID technologies for warehouse and inventory management within the supply chain. You’ll also take home some very practical tools, methods and implementation best practices to get your project started on the right path immediately.
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Bluetooth Beacon Workshop
The Bluetooth beacon market is growing rapidly and offers products that compete with, complement and incorporate RFID technology. This one-day, hands-on workshop will teach participants how to design and deploy BLE solutions.
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Understanding the Value of RFID and the Future of Intelligent Labels
These days, RFID-enabled intelligent labels are catching on in many industries. Radio frequency identification technology is increasingly prevalent in the apparel market segment and its benefits are well established. RFID is delivering a growing level of efficiency and traceability, making it increasingly important for companies around the world to adopt this transformative technology. This workshop, presented by Avery Dennison, will offer advice on how to enter and understand the RFID ecosystem. The company’s experts will explore the trends and demands shaping the future of RFID, provide insights into selecting appropriate inlays, share best practices for converting processes and review testing methods to ensure whether converted labels are functioning properly before they are shipped to customers. Join Avery to discover how intelligent labels can unlock new business opportunities.
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RFID for IT Professionals
This seminar will explain how to build a complete software architecture, including the structure of RFID-based visibility data that enterprise applications consume, the data-capture software that creates this information, and the various architecture and product choices that an IT architect faces in building and deploying a successful system.
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RFID in Aviation
IATA has mandated the use of RFID to track airline baggage worldwide. This workshop is designed to help airlines understand what they need to do to comply with this new requirement.
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RFID Journal University
RFID Journal University is designed to provide those new to radio frequency identification with the foundational knowledge needed to begin understanding how RFID can be applied to solve specific business problems, so that you can choose the right option for a specific application and select the proper vendors to achieve a successful outcome.
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You can also browse all of the Workshop sessions.

Other Aspects of the RFID Journal LIVE! Agenda

In addition to the eight conference tracks described above, RFID Journal LIVE! also features these educational elements:

Keynotes and General Sessions
LIVE! has an opening keynote address on April 2, along with a general session presentation, and another opening keynote on April 3, followed by two general sessions. You can view these sessions on the Keynotes page. These sessions are open to all pass holders.

Conference Tracks
LIVE! features eight concurrent conference tracks on April 3 and April 4. You can learn about these by visiting the Industry Tracks page. All conference track sessions are open to those with a Conference Pass or a Training Pass.

Co-Located IEEE RFID 2019
IEEE is co-locating its RFID technical conference with RFID Journal LIVE! You can learn about this three-day event by visiting the Co-Located Events page. You an purchase an IEEE RFID 2019 Pass, or you can add the IEEE event onto any RFID Journal LIVE! 2019 pass.

Have questions about the agenda? Send email to livereg@rfidjournal.com.