Australians share experiences with RFID

Radio frequency identification technology (RFID) is in use both to track and identify products and to support robotics operations and ESG initiatives

Edson Perin

GS1 Austrália held this week the event “Unlock the power of RFID”, promoted by RFID Coalition, with the objective of sharing experiences and knowledge about radio frequency identification (RFID). This was GS1 Australia’s first in-person event since the Covid-19 pandemic.

The RFID Coalition Tech Expo took place on August 24 in Melbourne, Australia. The event was attended by representatives of large Australian and international companies that use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to make their companies gain agility and confidence in business operations, as well as recognized global solution providers.

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In a panel promoted to the IoP Journal, participated Terry Papadis, Account Director Retail, GS1 Australia; John Leorke, RFID Coalition Chair and IT Team Head Oceania, Puma Group; Adam Gradon, RFID Rollout Manager, Kmart Australia Ltd., Australian retailer of housewares, furniture, electronics, toys and children’s clothing; David Murrihy, Sales Manager – Apparel Labelling Solutions, Australia and New Zealand, Checkpoint Systems; Arnaud Gay, Head of Marketing and System Solutions, Thomas Warburton Pty Ltd.; and Praveen Kannan, Senior Market Product Manager, SICK Pty Ltd.

It was presented in this panel for the IoP Journal a synthesis of RFID projects and implementations carried out by companies, supplier solutions, including the use of RFID to control and identify products in circulation and in inventories, and also to support operations involving robotic automation and ESG (Environmental and Social Governance) initiatives.

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