Kathrein RFID holds lecture at the RFID user day of RFID-AZM

- München, Germany

The third RFID user day organised by RFID AZM will take place on 22 November 2012. The program covers a range of topics, from project management for RFID implementations, control concepts in productive processes to extreme RFID applications.

Both scientific experts and those with practical experience will give lectures on trends and developments in the field of RFID technology. The RFID user day will be kicked off with a presentation held by RFID-AZM about project management in RFID implementations. A representative from Kathrein RFID will give a talk on minimising risks in RFID projects with the aid of UHF 3D simulation.

In addition, numerous live demonstrations explaining the use of RFID applications will be offered, especially catering for experienced and potential users of RFID technology. The bandwidth of RFID application includes RFID support during quality assurance and installation as well as RFID-assisted container management. The multi-faceted applications of industrial RFID use will be illustrated with these demonstrations.

About Kathrein RFID

Kathrein RFID is the leading manufacturer of RFID UHF systems and components for industrial use. The company develops and manufactures complex RFID readers and antenna systems at the facilities in Saxony and those in the locality of Amerang in Bavaria.

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