Transform Your Manufacturing Processes with Innovative RFID Asset Tracking Solutions.

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In the ever-evolving landscape of smart manufacturing, staying ahead means embracing the latest technological innovations. ID Integration, Inc., a leader in RFID asset tracking and systems integration, is excited to announce that our President and CEO, Gary Moe, will be the guest speaker at an upcoming online event hosted by the Center for Advanced Manufacturing Puget Sound (CAMPS).

Event Details

Date: April 3rd
Time: 10 am to 11 am PST
Location: Online – Open to CAMPS members and non-members
CAMPS Innovation Forum Registration Link

Elevate Your Smart Manufacturing Operations with Expert Insights

Join us for this exclusive online Innovation Forum, where Gary Moe, President & CEO of ID Integration, Inc. will delve into the transformative power of RFID for manufacturing. With decades of experience at the helm of ID Integration, Gary brings invaluable insights into how RFID asset tracking solutions can significantly enhance operational efficiency, reduce costs, and streamline manufacturing processes.

This event is a must-attend for anyone looking to understand the practical applications of RFID technology in their manufacturing operations.

Thanks to recent technological advancements, passive RFID technology has become highly effective for asset tracking, marking a significant leap forward in efficiency and affordability.

Passive RFID location tracking takes the hassle out of asset tracking, streamlining the process of locating misplaced tools and parts, and ensuring you can find what you need quickly and effortlessly. By combining fixed position and handheld RFID readers, you can improve detection using the last observed location, preventing items from mysteriously vanishing. The handheld reader’s built-in detector acts as your personal asset locator, beeping louder as it gets close to your missing items.

With Non-Proprietary RFID Asset Technology, You Can Track:

  • manufacturing work-in-process
  • tooling and parts
  • lab equipment and chemicals
  • hospital equipment
  • IT assets
  • annual and periodic inventory audits
  • and more

Why Attend?

Learn from a Smart Manufacturing Pioneer:

Gary Moe’s extensive experience in RFID asset tracking technology makes him a trusted voice in the field. Gain direct access to his expert knowledge and firsthand experience in this upcoming forum, and have your questions answered. In addition to ID Integration’s 25-year legacy of integrating RFID smoothly into operations, they’re honored to be designated an Advanced Location & Tracking Specialist and a Public Sector Specialist, with Zebra Technologies.

Discuss Real-World RFID Use Cases:

Understand how ID Integration crafts tailor-made RFID solutions designed to meet the unique challenges of smart manufacturing and supply chain sectors. Discover RFID’s vast uses in asset tracking, inventory management, and more for manufacturing and supply chain sectors.

Network and Connect:

Meet industry professionals and explore technology adoption challenges and solutions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights that could redefine your manufacturing processes.

The event is open to both CAMPS members and non-members, ensuring a diverse and enriching discussion. Please register here to secure your spot.

Join us as we explore the future of RFID for manufacturing at this April’s Innovation Forum with the Center for Advanced Manufacturing Puget Sound (CAMPS).

Ready to transform your business? Learn more about our professional consultation services and contact us at (425) 438-2533.

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