As part of the 2007 RFID World conference in Dallas, ChainLink Research is conducting a 1-day class in RFID for Maritime. The class will cover Maritime Challenges, the Whole RFID Solution, Science of RFID, Practical Implementation Considerations, Data Management, Maritime Case Studies, and actual demos.
Audience: Any one involved in global shipping: Retailers, Manufacturers, Ocean Carriers, Port Operators, Rail and Trucker, 3PLs, Freight Forwarders, Insurance, as well as Solution Providers
Highlights: RFID in Maritime has rapidly evolved from a mere license plate to a platform solutions that provides global visibility for an entire array of business events of the goods, people, and environments involved in managing your global end to end shipment. RFID is a moniker for an entire solution stack from RFID to Sensors, to Wireless, GPS, Satellites and software solutions. And with over $50B is insurance claims for lost or damaged goods, worker safety claims, as well as huge supply chain costs from inventory or demurrage, lost revenue opportunities, etc., this is an issue worth solving! Want to know what is the right approach, a business and technology roadmap? Then attend this session.
Attendees will receive RFID for Maritime 2007 issue, ChainLink's 40 page report on business, technology and case studies in Maritime included. Class will also have ands on with current technology.
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To Register for the RFID for Maritime Class, you must go to the main registration page, fill in the registration information, and then choose one of the following conference registration types in Step 3:
- Deluxe Pass - $1,099.00
- Individual Attendee - $799.00
- Special Interest Seminars - March 26th - $399.00
- IEEE International Conference on RFID 2007 - Member - $275.00
- IEEE International Conference on RFID 2007 - Non Member - $425.00
- IEEE International Conference on RFID 2007 - Life/Student/Retired Member - $137.50
You will then be given the option of choosing ChainLink's RFID for Maritime class as an optional event.