iNEMI to Present RFID Workshop on Item-Level Tagging PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 05 February 2008 10:16
HERNDON, VAiNEMI has scheduled a workshop looking RFID tags at the item level.
 
The workshop will be held Feb. 21 in Boston, co-located with the RFID Smart Labels USA 2008 conference.
 
iNEMI’s Item-Level Tag Roadmap attempts to identify the critical technologies and business processes that must be improved to drive adoption of RFID at the item level. This workshop will offer the first opportunity for a broader industry review of the draft document, and will be used to solicit input to, and feedback on, the work done to date. 
 
In particular, the iNEMI RFID team will be looking for feedback on primary barriers (both strategic and tactical) limiting adoption; projected future improvements in key technical and business attributes, and industry efforts recommended to close gaps and accelerate deployment.
 
Registration is free and conference registration is not required. 
 
To register, visit
http://www.inemi.org/cms/calendar/RFID-ILT_RM_Workshop_Feb_08.html.
 
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 February 2008 10:21
 

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