RFID in Manufacturing
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Manufacturing companies are employing RFID and IoT technologies to achieve major benefits, both in their supply chains and in their factory operations. This virtual event will focus on showing companies how they can cut costs and boost efficiencies by tracking tools, jigs, reusable containers, work-in-process, finished inventory and more. In this virtual event, hear how leading manufacturing firms are using RFID to achieve benefits today.

11:00 AM
Welcome and Introduction
 Debbie Hughes, Sr. Editorial Director, Events, RFID Journal

11:05 AM
Planning Your Manufacturing Line Deployment
The last thing any manufacturer wants to do is disrupt its finely tuned high-speed production line. Deploying RFID technology successfully on any line requires careful planning. This session will address how to conduct a proper site survey and work with line managers, IT managers, facilities and other constituencies to ensure a successful deployment.  Speaker: Doug Harvel, Senior IT Distribution Analyst, Kontoor Brands

11:40 AM
Six Reasons to Use RFID in Manufacturing
Companies face increased pressure to streamline their manufacturing processes to ensure accurate and on-time product deliveries. Learn the six reasons why incorporating RFID into your manufacturing operations will lead to increased efficiencies, which ultimately leads to saving time and money. Metalcraft’s RFID Business Development Director, Colynn Black, will also share real-world case studies of manufacturers reaping the benefits of RFID technology. Speaker: Colynn Black, RFID Business Development Director, Metalcraft

12:05 PM
Integrating RFID With PLCs and Manufacturing Systems
An RFID system cannot simply be bolted onto an existing manufacturing or packaging line. It must be integrated with that line. Tags must be applied inline, and there must be a system for checking that each tag is functioning, and for rejecting items with malfunctioning tags. This requires integrating RFID systems with programmable logic controllers (PLCs). RFID readers also need to be integrated with back-end databases, so tag IDs can be linked to products. This session will explain successful integration strategies and how to implement them. Speaker: Kevin Berisso Ph.D., Director, AutoID Lab, University of Memphis

12:45 PM
Closing Remarks
 Debbie Hughes, Sr. Editorial Director, Events, RFID Journal

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