2005 Implementer's Course

Saturday, February 12, 2005
Renaissance Hotel Washington
999 9th Street, N.W. [map]
Washington, DC 20001-4427

In this half day seminar you will learn about the EPC Network from the people who invented it.

Without a thorough, workable knowledge of the practicalities of RFID and the ever changing intricacies of the EPC network, adoption could be slow, expensive and painful. The question is where do you go to get clear, accurate, up-to-date and, most importantly, unbiased information?

easyEPC™ was founded by the former auto-id centre team at the University of Cambridge. They have created unique training courses especially to meet the needs of the FMI members and MARKETECHNICS attendees. This course covers:

An overview of RFID and the entire EPC Network

Top level introduction to each of the EPC Network building blocks: Numbering scheme for EPC

Tags and readers
Object Naming Service (ONS)
Web Services
Filtering/Middleware (Savant)
EPCIS (EPC information Service)

A guide to Implementing the EPC Network.

The current state of play: where are things at (specifications, standards etc), which areas are still unresolved, RFID legislation status

The Challenges and Barriers to Implementation

Registration Includes:

Registration fee includes a buffet lunch and all conference materials.

Who Should Attend:

Anyone who may be involved in making the decision to implement RFIC/EPC technology. This is a technical course suitable for those with a good understanding of IT. Attendees will leave the course with a basic understanding of the operation of the EPC Network.

Meeting Attire:

Business causal.

Cancellation and Other Policies:

Cancellations made less than 7 days in advnace will incur full fee.

Is Media Allowed?