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Thursday, May 3 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
IoT/RFID: Locating, Counting and Analyzing Things Remotely LIMITED

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RFID technology has evolved to the point where many items, especially in retail apparel, have the technology attached to the item so creating a correct inventory of the collection of items can be done electronically. With GS1 standard encoding, each item can be serialized creating the ability to track specific items and their attributes such as size, style, color, location, time on shelf and expiration date. While RFID is mainly used in settings using handheld readers which require people to do the scanning, IoT technology provides the ability to collect RFID data remotely. The session will cover basic RFID information, an IoT approach to collecting the RFID data, the advantages of IoT data collection over humans, and unique metrics and analytics that deliver superior supply chain business insights.

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Harley Feldman

Co-Founder and CMO, Seeonic, Inc.
I have been an entrepreneur in the RFID industry for 13 years. Having developed RFID technology and having served on several national standards committees, I have extensive experience in the use of RFID technology in several applications and industries. My company, Seeonic, developed... Read More →

Thursday May 3, 2018 3:30pm - 4:15pm CDT
MCC 209 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403, USA
  Session, Embedded & Connectivity