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update: Applications for RFID

Applications for RFID 13th June 2012

Andrew James RFID Sales Manager - Established a new business channel at Harland Simon with RFID as the underlying technology. Focus on delivering active and passive RFID solutions to deliver improved efficiency in busy, multi floor healthcare environments where location tracking is key. Recent successes include location tracking solutions at Cambridge University Hospitals, South Devon Chesterfield Royal Hospital and Milton Keynes General Hospital.

Declan Begley - Business Development Manager (RFID) - Declan has 15 years experience delivering IT projects in the newspaper printing industry across the globe but in recent years has taken an interest in using RFid to solve a range of everyday problems - include tracking the money on Channel 4's 'The Million Pound Drop'.

Subjects: Active and passive RF Solutions and introduction on latest miniature RF/GPRS/GSM/LF/GPS technology

Location: Room MB8 at University of Northampton Campus St Georges Road NN2 6JD 
Time: 18:30

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