Thursday Agenda



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Every breakthrough needs a beginning: how to start with RFID

We believe that products purchased in the future will have a digital identity that enables it to connect with the internet – and everything else. And intelligent labels will be a core foundation of this connectivity. Join this session to gain an introduction on how...

2020-10-01 Label Converter Workshop
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Railroad Equipment Manufacturer Boosts Efficiency, Traceability and Cuts Costs

RFID Journal Award Finalist: Best Manufacturing RFID Implementation. Railroad equipment manufacturer Stadler Winterthur has developed a hybrid UHF RFID- and QR code-based system that automatically collects data about the materials going into the assembly of each of...

2020-10-01 Manufacturing
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Beyond Inventory Management: RFID in Visual Merchandising

Tracking retailer inventory levels and out-of-stocks is among the most frequent uses of radio frequency identification. One Italian men's clothing retailer has completed a successful pilot using the technology to provide visibility into how well its merchandise...

2020-10-01 Session Presentations
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Disabled Services Organization Improves Efficiency With NFC

U.K.-based disability services organization Leonard Cheshire is using a NFC-based solution to manage the servicing of 30,000 assets across 159 sites throughout the United Kingdom, ensuring that it meets safety standards, promptly addresses any problems and...

2020-10-01 Health Care/Pharmaceuticals
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Ceramics Manufacturer Gains Efficiency With RFID

Ceramic dinnerware manufacturer Porto Brasil Cerâmica maintains a stock of more than 980,000 items. The company has reduced the time to count items on pallets from 40 minutes to 3 minutes, after the implementation of an RFID system. The technology is enabling...

2020-10-01 Session Presentations
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Chain Integration Project (CHIP)

Blockchain was a logical next step after Auburn University’s research in 2018 found that over a dozen retail and brand partners were able to identify significant value for RFID in the upstream supply chain. In 2019 the group implemented a blockchain solution...

2020-10-01 RFID and Blockchain
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Improving Proof of Identity and Competence in the Construction Industry

NOCN Job Cards, part of the NOCN Group, provides proof that an individual has achieved the required training, or theory and practical tests, and competence-based qualifications for the type of work they carry out, primarily in the U.K. construction industry....

2020-10-01 RFID in Energy and Construction
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Every part plays its part: selecting inlays and chips

Choosing the right inlay and microchip to power an RFID tag is among the most critical decisions that converters need to make for each customer. The right chip depends on the amount of memory, privacy features and other capabilities your customer might need. The...

2020-10-01 Label Converter Workshop
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BAE Systems Improves Asset Tracking With RFID in U.K.

BAE Systems, an international defense, aerospace and security company, is in the process of deploying an RFID asset-tracking system at 20 manufacturing buildings located across three different sites in the United Kingdom. The project was implemented to improve...

2020-10-01 Manufacturing
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Stadium AB Improves Inventory Accuracy With RFID

RFID Journal Award Finalist: Best RFID Retail Implementation. Stadium AB has successfully carried out an RFID pilot to manage fast rotations of products ranging from kayaks to apparel to shoe laces. Headquartered in Sweden, Stadium AB sells retail sportswear...

2020-10-01 Retail and Apparel
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Transforming the Vaccine Supply Chain With IoT

CSafe Global provides thermal, temperature-controlled air cargo containers designed to deliver drugs and vaccines to global destinations within specific temperature ranges. The firm has thousands of active air cargo containers which are used to move vaccines...

2020-10-01 Health Care/Pharmaceuticals
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Transforming Logistics in Steel Manufacturing With RFID

RFID Journal Award Finalist: Best Logistics/Supply Chain RFID Implementation. In 2017 Brazilian steel manufacturer Gerdau won the RFID Journal Best Logistics/Supply Chain RFID Implementation award for its use of an RFID system to cut costs and increase...

2020-10-01 Supply Chain/Logistics
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RFID Strategies for End Users in the Energy Industry

Despite its potential for driving business value, RFID creates significant demands on an organization. This session explained how to minimize risks while increasing the likelihood of a well-executed project. From early-stage analysis through implementation,...

2020-10-01 RFID in Energy and Construction
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Unlocking new market opportunities for label converters

RFID is profoundly transforming multiple industries and is opening up a whole realm of emerging segment opportunities for Intelligent Labels such as: pharma, automotive and logistics. The presenter will provide insight into key case studies and explore trends for RFID...

2020-10-01 Label Converter Workshop
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The Blockchain Supply Chain: Improving Traceability and Logistics Processes

Blockchain enables companies to record every event or transaction within a supply chain. This information can then be shared in a secure, transparent and efficient manner. What are the challenges of implementing a blockchain system? AIM has put together an...

2020-10-01 RFID and Blockchain
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2020-10-01 Sponsor Led Sessions
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Intelligent Labels: enabling transparency, visibility and sustainability across the entire supply chain.

RFID drives efficiencies across the supply chain and makes it possible to see every product at every stage of its journey: from manufacturing, logistics, backroom to store.The presenter will explore how digital ID technologies solutions enable companies to verify an...

2020-10-01 Label Converter Workshop
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Proper Tag Data Improves the Bottom Line

RFID connects billions of everyday items to the internet, enabling businesses and consumers to identify, locate, authenticate, and engage each item. RFID can benefit the bottom line of a wide range of businesses by improving operations, as well as leveraging...

2020-10-01 Manufacturing
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Southern Fried Cotton Reduces Customer Chargebacks By 98.8%

American clothing brand Southern Fried Cotton (SFC) has leveraged an RFID system to automatically capture data about what is being shipped for each order. SFC's introduction to RFID came with a request to tag its products with EPC UHF RFID tags from one of its...

2020-10-01 Retail and Apparel
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Hospital Uses RFID to Improve Visibility of Operating Room Uniforms and Control Inventory

RFID Journal Awards Finalist: Best Health-Care RFID Implementation. Jewish General Hospital, an acute-care teaching hospital with 637 beds in Montreal, Quebec, Canada is effectively using RFID technology to track and replenish its inventory of operating room...

2020-10-01 Health Care/Pharmaceuticals
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How to Take Inventory With Drones

A California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) research project has found that an RFID-enabled unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or drone, can read tags attached to static inventory (for example, steel drills or utility pipes) at an accuracy rate of 95 to...

2020-10-01 Supply Chain/Logistics
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Enhancing Safety, Security and Safeguards of Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials

In this presentation, the speaker describes the ARG-US (meaning watchful guardian) remote monitoring systems technology developed by Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne) under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Energy Packaging Certification Program,...

2020-10-01 RFID in Energy and Construction
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USPTO Saves Over $1,000,000 Every Year Using RFID to Track IT Assets

RFID Journal Awards Finalist: Best RFID Implementation (Other Industry). The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has deployed an RFID asset-tracking to monitor more than 120,000 IT assets at multiple locations. USPTO is a performance-based federal...

2020-10-01 Keynotes
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RFID Journal Awards Ceremony

The RFID Journal Awards recognize companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification (RFID) or Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, or the introduction of a valuable new RFID/IoT product or services. In this...

2020-10-01 Keynotes