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By Lowry Solutions | April 1, 2014

Are you ready? The 12th Annual RFID Journal LIVE! Conference and Exhibition is right around the corner – April 8th through 10th at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

As you probably already know, RFID Journal LIVE! is the world’s largest and most important event focused on RFID and related technologies – a growing trends in a variety of industries. This year, LIVE! will feature more than 200 exhibitors from around the world, providing attendees with a golden opportunity to learn and network.


And through the LIVE! conference program – which includes preconference seminars, the main conference (keynotes and tracks) and post-conference master classes and workshops – attendees can enjoy more than 100 sessions and learn from 50 new end-user case studies.

That’s a lot to take in in a few short days. Have you created a schedule for your stay yet? And does that schedule take full advantage of the event’s offerings and serve to maximize your experience?

While taking one last look at your plans for the weekend, consider the following recommendations from the experts at Lowry Solutions:

1.     Omni-ID – ProVIEW visual tagging system

With Omni-ID’s ProVIEW visual tagging system, businesses can free themselves from the burdens of manual, paper-based processes and inaccuracies. ProVIEW works to replace paper labels in cyclic processes, supply chain operations and dynamic barcode label tasks. It allows businesses to streamline their workflow by implementing an automated system with electronically rewritable surface tags and advanced radio frequency asset tracking technologies. ProVIEW allows businesses to increase process visibility because it tracks, instructs and reschedules dynamically, as well as automates inventory.

2.     Zebra Technologies – ZD500R UHF desktop printer

While Zebra Technologies’ ZD500R desktop printer may leave a small footprint, it leaves a lasting impression. It can automatically calibrate to reduce media costs and paper waste by requiring fewer roll changes. It is Link-OS-enabled, making it easy to integrate and maintain, and includes UHF RFID encoding capabilities, making it ideal for retail tagging and manufacturing, government and healthcare tracking. Its applications included item-level exception tagging, in-store tagging of returned goods, specimen tracking and RFID wristbands.

3.     Impinj – Speedway xArray reader system

The Speedway xArray RFID reader system is designed to meet requirements for both wide-area monitoring applications and portal applications. And with robust tag direction capability added by Impinj, the system has been proven accurate in robust, real world environments. The reader itself is able to read thousands of tags in a short amount of time, distinguishing tags of interest. Both low cost and easy to deploy, the xArray system is also easy to manage and maintain.

4.     Intermec solutions

No matter your RFID application, Intermec has the solution for you. Intermec offers fixed, handheld and vehicle mounted RFID readers for industrial manufacturing, warehouse and logistics applications to ensure that items are RFID labeled and tracked to collect data quickly and accurately.

Lowry Solutions is a member of the SRA International, Inc. Team selected as the prime contractor for the U.S. Army’s Product Management Office (AMIS) pRFID II contract.The company was awarded the contract in 2013. Under the contract, Lowry leverages Intermec’s automatic identification and asset visibility solutions to support the U.S. Army and Department of Defense’s mission needs. To see the technology used in the contract, visit Intermec at RFID Journal LIVE! 2014.

5.     Motorola – DS9808 barcode scanner

The Motorola DS9808 barcode scanner delivers both versatility and functionality, featuring a hybrid form factor that is comfortable and easy to use in both handheld and hands-free scanning modes. It leverages the latest scanning technology to deliver record swipe speeds for both 1D and 2D barcodes, capture images and signatures and read barcodes on mobile phone displays. The DS9808 also requires no training – it is intuitively designed so that users do not have to align an item with the scanner.

We hope you have a great time at RFID Journal LIVE! and are able to fit these great products into your schedule – you won’t regret it!


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