MARKHAM, Ont. — The 2007 Canadian RFID Conference, a showcase of new developments, breakthroughs and applications in Radio Frequency Identification devices, electronic tagging and tracking technologies, will feature high-profile speakers, technology displays, and workshops.
RFID Canada, in association with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Markham, Texas Instruments (TI) and Truck News’ sister publication, Canadian Transportation & Logistics, has announced that the 2007 Canadian RFID Conference will be held in Markham on May 8th and 9th, 2007.
The fourth edition of the Canadian RFID Conference will bring together some of the most experienced people in the industry from R. Moroz Ltd. – RFID Canada, TI, NXP (founded by Philips), Intermec and Psion Teklogix and many others.
The two-day conference will focus on successful implementations of RFID-based systems. Topics covered will include social implications of RFID, new applications in transportation, hospitals and healthcare, supply chain, security, authentication, payment, asset tracking, field data collection, manufacturing, and first-hand accounts of current and innovative uses of RFID and electronic tagging.
Speakers include experts from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Industry Canada, RFID Canada, Texas Instruments, NXP (founded by Philips), Mastercard, Intermec and Psion Teklogix.
For more information, please contact Silvana Cantalini, R. Moroz Ltd. at (905) 513-8919, ext. 25, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.rfidcanada.com.
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