Healthcare and Life Sciences Requirements for RFID

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Course Description

These lectures are from a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Academic Conference which was held at MIT in January 2006. The conference was in connection to the MIT course Special Topics in Supply Chain Management. This course is centered on how RFID systems will transform the business landscape, with a particular emphasis on the supply chain. The course will take an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing the various aspects of a modern RFID system. Topics covered include technical components of RFID systems, supply chain management process analysis, value and productivity performance measurement of IT investments, legal, policy and regulatory aspects of auto-identification and the impact of RFID on business strategy. Students will leave with a detailed understanding of the important components of an RFID system, and how it interacts with most aspects of a business, from logistics to finance, strategy and IT.

Lectures

  1. Day 1 Welcome and Introduction
  2. R&D Opportunities and the Future of RFID Research
  3. The Internet of Things: A Quantum Leap Forward
  4. R&D Opportunities and the Future of RFID Tags
  5. R&D Opportunities and the Future of RFID Frequencies
  6. Anti-Counterfeit Research / Time and Temperature Pedigree
  7. Aero-Astro Technology and Research - Active RFID Standardization Pathway
  8. Automotive Manufacturing Research Roadmap for RFID
  9. Healthcare and Life Sciences Requirements for RFID
  10. Introduction to iSPOTS
  11. Day 2 Welcome and Introduction
  12. RFID R&D Opportunities and the Supply Chain
  13. RFID R&D Opportunities and the Supply Chain (cont.)
  14. RFID Packaging and Materials Sciences
  15. RFID Systems and Applications Beyond the Supply Chain
  16. Industry Panel Plenary: Research Requiring Collaboration and Standardization

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