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Smart and Connected Cyber Secured Internet of Things (IoT) - RFID Conference 2018

Saturday, April 28, 2018 - Sunday, April 29, 2018

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Key Speaker: Dr. Erick Jones

Dr. Erick JonesGeorge and Elizabeth Pickett Endowed Professor, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Erick C. Jones is the Director of the Radio Frequency Auto Identification Lab (RAID) and an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Arlington. It is a future NSF Industry/University Cooperative, in which industry and academia work together on applied research and projects. His industry experience as an engineer, and Big 5 consultant along with working in academia allows him to provide insight on how this emerging technology will impact the future.

Background:

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is a fast-growing technology. Many industries have integrated RFID technology with their systems and have discovered the scaling benefits. RFID is a valuable improvement, whether it is used in tracking and monitoring the supply chain, securing access to facilities and items, or locating items. However, there are still many doubts as to the technologies capabilities. The certification training is a means to remove all doubts and get a clear understanding of the RFID technology and its capabilities.

Topics Covered:

  • The Art of Stealth Tracking / RFID History/ How it all began
  • Who Wanted This to Happen and Why/ Defence and Industry Mandates/ Significance of RFID in defence and Industry
  • The Economics of RFID / What does it cost? / Financial aspects of RFID(3)
  • It’s Around You Know / RFID Standards / The Electronic Product Code(EPC)
  • The Boxes are Talking / RFID Theory / What happens behind the scenes?
  • Building Blocks / RFID Components / The RFID Blueprint
  • Can They Find It or Me? / A Scavenger Hunt / RFID Security
  • Where's my Nurse / RFID in Healthcare / Help me out here, Doc!
  • What should I Know? / RFID Research / Digging into RFID
  • RFID Implementation / What's Been Done / Growth of RFID

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone who wants to understand more about RFID and a structured process to deploy it in an organization.
  • Anyone who wants to learn the fundamentals and applications of this technology from a supply chain perspective.
  • People who want to simply get an overall understanding of RFID will get a comprehensive view of the technology and business landscape.
  • Enterprise decision makers responsible for RFID deployment will find the discussion around deployment, standards, data integration and vendors quite useful.
  • Anyone who wants to prove to the corporate world that you have the essentials to design an RFID program- economics, benefits, limitations and applications.
  • Those getting started in the RFID domain.
  • Anyone who wants to pursue a career in supply chain management and technology and pursue further RFID advanced programs in the future.

Conference Location:

The venue for the Smart and Connected Cyber Secured Internet of Thing RFID Conference 2018 is the University of Texas at Arlington

Dates: April 27th – 28th, 2017.

Cost

  • RFIDSCM Certification and All Access Pass - $ 1,999
  • RFIDSCP Certification And All Access Pass - $ 999
  • All Access Pass - $599
  • Speaker Pass includes All Access Pass - $249
  • One day Pass - $199
  • Keynote speaker pass - $49
  • Sponsors
    • Gold - $5,000
      • Website logo
      • 2 Speaker passes
      • 10 All Access Passes
      • 1 RFIDSCM Exam Seat (or 2 RFIDSCP seats)
    • Silver - $ 2,500
      • Website Logo
      • 1 Speaker pass
      • 5 All Access Passes
      • 1 RFIDSCP Exam Seat
    • Green - $1,500
      • Website logo
      • 1 Speaker Pass
      • 4 All Access Passes
    • Breakfast/Lunch Sponsor - $5,000
    • Open Bar/Network Sponsor - $10,000
  • We are planning some student passes up to 100 @$50 for a 1 day pass to cover food costs for 1 day

Conference Chairperson:

Erick C. Jones, Ph.D., Director - RFID & Auto ID Deployment (RAID) Labs, George and Elizabeth Pickett Endowed Professor, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

Members of Organizing Committee

Joses Jenish Smart, Manager – RFID & Auto ID Deployment (RAID) Labs, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

Dileep Kumar Pagoti, Asst. Manager – RFID & Auto ID Deployment (RAID) Labs, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

Pranesh Ram Devaraj, Asst. Manager – RFID & Auto ID Deployment (RAID) Labs, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

Juan Marcos Castillo, Ind. Eng. - PhD Candidate and Researcher of the RFID & Auto ID Deployment (RAID) Labs, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington.

Contact Information

josesjenish.smart@mavs.uta.edu
dileepkumar.pagoti@mavs.uta.edu
praneshram.devaraj@mavs.uta.edu

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