Smart Labels 2002
|Event Date/Time: Sep 04, 2002||End Date/Time: Sep 06, 2002|
|Registration Date: Sep 06, 2002|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 03, 2002|
Smart Labels 2002, the largest international event on smart labels including low cost RFID and other smart labels, tickets, and cards, takes place on 4-6 September 2002 at Churchill College, Cambridge, UK. Hosted by IDTechEx, a leading independent authority on low cost RFID.
Smart Labels 2002 will focus primarily on radio frequency tagging where the tag is cheap enough to be disposable or left on a product through life. Remarkable new sales successes will be reported where such tags are only a few cents or tens of cents. However, more sophisticated labels and cards costing up to a few dollars are also covered where they have potential for high volume sales. The emphasis will be on the needs of real and potential users and the capabilities of exceptional low cost RFID products, many announced for the first time at this conference.
The first day (4 September) will focus primarily on major users – their needs and experiences. Day two (5 September) will cover new product announcements, futuristic developments and case histories. Two optional workshops take place on 6 September – the morning session is on, RFID Smart Labels, and the afternoon session will look at, Smart Labels beyond RFID and EAS.
Presentations will include – Measuring car park utilisation; Tracking Gap clothing using smart labels; The Mu-Chip – small enough for everything; Beer & Chips – RFID in the brewing industry; How to make a networked physical world a reality – latest results from the US; E.Val – the contactless ticket in Exploitation; The 9 metre ultra low cost power UHF tag; The sub 2 cent 100 metre movement powered chipless tag; The most advanced passports thanks to smart labels; At what point does RFID provide the return on investment you need.
Speakers confirmed/invited include DHL, Woolworths, The Gap, National Car Parks, Scottish Courage Brewery, Paris Transport Systems, Electrolux, Siemens Roke Manor Research, Hitachi, Philips, Omnitek/Honeywell, Trolley Scan, Defence Logistics Office, UK Auto ID Centre, and many others.
Full and updated information on the programme can be found at: www.idtechex.com
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 812099
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 813703