2nd Annual Canadian RFID Conference set for April

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MARKHAM, Ont. — R. Moroz Ltd., in association with the Town of Markham, Texas Instruments (TI) and Philips Electronics, has announced it will hold the 2nd Annual RFID Conference in Markham on April 19th and 20th, 2005.

The event which was sold out in April 2004, is the most comprehensive RFID event in Canada.

The two-day conference will focus on how to successfully implement an RFID-based system. The first day will cover technical topics such as standards, integration, readers, printers, tags and smart labels.

The second day will focus on business issues such as “How to Profit from RFID” and address Supply Chain, Retail, Healthcare, E-Commerce and other applications.

Truck News’ sister publication, Canadian Transportation & Logistics, is the media sponsor for the event with editorial director Lou Smyrlis moderating several of the sessions.

Here are comments from some of the delegates who attended the 1st Canadian RFID Conference:

“I found it very educational and it has helped me appreciate the potential application of RFID in Supply Chain” Anil Mislankar – Celestica

“Congratulations on your successful RFID conference, and thanks again for taking the time to personally follow up on my faxed registration form” — Fred Carter, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

“I was impressed by the wealth of information provided at the RFID Conference. Participants received valuable information and gained significant insight as to how RFID works and what entrepreneurial opportunities exist. The program was extremely well organized and most certainly paid dividends to those who attended. I am looking forward to the next one!” — Wayne Loots, Dean, Business and Industry Services, Wake Technical Community College, Cary, North Carolina

For more information and to register, please visit the show web site www.rfidcanada.

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