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3rd Annual Midwest RFID Symposium
Lawrence, KS, United States - October 23 & 24, 2007
Conference / congress

The 3rd Annual Midwest RFID Symposium, presented by the RFID Alliance Lab and Rush Tracking Systems, will be held at the University of Kansas on October 23 & 24, 2007. This annual symposium features professionals and decision makers presenting current research and projects on the implementation of RFID for asset management, industrial automation, and other closed-loop applications. Attendees will come from aerospace and defense, healthcare, life sciences, logistics and transportation services, automotive and industrial manufacturers, agriculture, food processors, libraries, archiving services, and more.

More information about the symposium can be found at

October 23 & 24, 2007

8-5 pm (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

University of Kansas

Case studies will be presented about error proofing with RFID, asset tracking as a pillar in six sigma performance, RFID to manage returnable assets, RFID in the Business Office, and more. Exhibitors will also be present to show attendees the latest technology and to answer questions about specific applications.


Contact for booking / more info:
Kevin Curry

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