Label Converter Workshop

Every breakthrough needs a beginning: how to start with RFID
Thu, Oct 1st, 2020 9:15 AM - 9:45 AM EDT
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 ...
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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 to benefit from RFID-enabled intelligent labels, conjure possibilities and beckon tomorrow.SpeakersJasper ZonnenbergSenior Director, Global RFID Inlay Sales and Market Development, Intelligent LabelsJasper Zonnenberg leads our Global RFID Inlay Sales and Market Development. His global team is driving RFID adoption through go-to-market strategies in these evolving market segments, leveraging Avery Dennison's converter network and leading position in pressure sensitive labels and RFID inlay manufacturing. Jasper started his career in the paper industry in 1999 and joined Avery Dennison in 2004. He has served in roles of increasing responsibility, starting in operations and supply chain. In 2012 he transitioned into marketing by becoming the leader of Specialties (Select). Most recently, he was Global Director, Filmic Product Lines for Avery Dennison’s Label and Graphic Materials division. Jasper holds a degree in Management Science and Engineering from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.DJ LeeDirector, Channel Sales, Intelligent Labels DJ Lee heads up the RFID Channel Sales organization with the objective of creating a solid pipeline of business activity and identifying new growth areas for Avery Dennison RFID beyond apparel. Prior to assuming this role, DJ worked across a number of divisions at Avery Dennison, from research and development to technical marketing. After graduating from University of Illinois, DJ earned a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from The Ohio State University. DJ and his team have been instrumental in not only building and strengthening our strategic channel partners, but also leading us into new emerging markets.
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Every part plays its part: selecting inlays and chips
Thu, Oct 1st, 2020 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM EDT
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 ...
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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 appropriate inlay depends on the application needs, the read distance required and other factors. Learn how to sort through the options and select the appropriate transponder and inlay for your customer’s needs.SpeakersElizabeth SowleSr Manager Global Applications EngineeringElizabeth Sowle has been on the leading edge of RFID technology since 2004, working to develop innovative RFID tag solutions. Elizabeth joined Avery Dennison in 2011 as an RFID Engineer, and since then has transformed the Intelligent Labels Technology Center in Miamisburg, Ohio, into a world class provider of testing and knowledge in the field. Elizabeth leads a globally located team of engineers involved with both product development as well as customer focused testing and small scale POCs. Elizabeth is also responsible for running the university engineering co-op program, which aims to nurture and develop new talent in the IoT technology space. Elizabeth holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and is working towards an MBA at the University of Cincinnati.Hal HikitaHead of Product Line Management, Intelligent LabelsHal Hikita leads the group that manages the portfolio and lifecycle for IL's RFID and sensor products. Specifically, this group aligns product portfolio and business strategy; defines product roadmaps, requirements, and priorities; fosters and commercializes product innovations; and enables successful product launches and adoption. Prior to joining Avery Dennison, Hal served as Smartrac Technology's Senior VP of Global Product Management and Marketing for RFID products and IoT solutions. Hal gained RFID and materials experience early in his career while serving as lead engineer for various commercial and advanced R&D programs at Boeing. After Boeing, Hal went on to serve in various leadership and management consulting roles related to high-tech product development, management, marketing and business development including product management lead for Dassault Systèmes' life and materials sciences division responsible for a portfolio of predictive and IoT solutions, and Chief Operating Officer/SVP for an early stage RFIC semiconductor company. Hal holds an MBA degree and an MSc in Aerospace Engineering, both from the University of Southern California.
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Unlocking new market opportunities for label converters
Thu, Oct 1st, 2020 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM EDT
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 ...
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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 growth for those segments: capturing efficiency, transparency, and welcoming new level of certainty.SpeakersPatrick EichstädtDirector Industry Business EMEA, Intelligent Labels Patrick Eichstädt heads the Intelligent Labels Industry business in EMEA. In this role he takes responsibility for Business Development, Sales and Technical Support for the Avery Dennison Intelligent Labels industry business in the region. Prior to Avery Dennison’s acquisition of Smartrac, Patrick held the role of VP Sales EMEA at Smartrac Technology GmbH. Prior to joining Smartrac, Patrick was a COO to Viastore Software GmbH, a company focused on warehouse management and material flow control systems development, implementation and vertical integration for warehouse automation. Prior to this position, Patrick held various management and executive positions in the B2B IT industry, including international roles in and outside Europe since 1994. Patrick holds a degree in Public Administration from the University of Konstanz, Germany.Jordi BaetaMarket Development ManagerJordi Baeta is the market development manager for EMEA within the Intelligent Labels team. His work is to promote and develop Avery Dennison RFID technologies into new markets and support channel partners on addressing their customers’ requirements. Understanding their challenges and developing new use cases. He graduated as Telecommunications Engineer in 1988 and developed his career in identification and labelling industry combining both commercial and technical skills. He has been with Avery Dennison since November, 2005 supporting the deployment of RFID from the early days. Working for more than 10 years with major European Apparel Retailers on their RFID adoption process and focused in developing other markets during the last 4 years.
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Intelligent Labels: enabling transparency, visibility and sustainability across the entire supply chain.
Thu, Oct 1st, 2020 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
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 ...
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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 item's journey across the entire supply chain, from its source to its final destination, and pinpoint any trouble spots along the way, minimizing risk and cost. In this session you will also discover how digital ID technologies offer the possibility for true systemic change, improving efficiencies and reducing waste across the supply chain from source to consumer. We will also look at the sustainable manufacturing and material choices. All made possible with RFID.SpeakerLisa PikeDirector, Ecosystem Strategy & DevelopmentIn her role as Director of Ecosystem Strategy and Development, Lisa Pike takes responsibility for defining the ecosystem strategy of Intelligent Labels, and for managing key strategic partnerships to foster the strategy’s adoption on a global scale. Before joining Avery Dennison in 2019, Lisa served in alliance management and business development positions at Canonical and IBM. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Stern School of Business at New York University.
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