Function of RFID technologies in high tech sector to be discussed during RFID Journal's second technology sector-focused event
NEW YORK, Aug. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RFID Journal announced that a workshop focused on Near Field Communication (NFC) has been added to the conference program for RFID in High Tech 2013 (www.rfidjournalevents.com/hightech). The conference and exhibition, focused on the use of radio frequency identification technology within the high-tech value chain, will be held on Oct. 2-3, at the Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront Hotel, located in San Francisco, Calif.
Radio frequency identification technologies are delivering benefits along the entire value chain in the high-technology sector. Therefore, RFID Journal designed RFID in High Tech to help product and application designers, electronics retailers and other businesses understand how the technology is being used to improve operations and enable product differentiation in the highly competitive world of consumer electronics.
NFC, an exciting short-range wireless-connectivity technology, dramatically simplifies the way in which consumer devices interact with one another, and helps people speed up connections, receive and share information, and make fast and secure payments. The NFC Workshop, sponsored by RFID Academia, will explain how companies can employ the technology to engage customers, enrich data collected to learn more about their audience, and enhance products and the consumer shopping experience.
RFID in High Tech will bring together existing and potential end users, as well as vendors, looking to learn about the benefits that RFID technology can provide for their operations. What's more, the leading hardware, software and services providers will be there to demonstrate their latest solutions.
In addition, the conference will feature Fast-Track RFID Applications Developers Training on Oct. 2. This instructor-led course, offered as part of RFID4U's Fast-Track series, teaches software application developers how to build the next generation of rich, interactive applications for passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID readers and peripherals.
For more information, visit www.rfidjournalevents.com.