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The Best Way to Master a Technology Is to Teach It to Others

Aidon Jennery

IBM Corporation

RFID: Who, What, When, Where, How and Why?

This session provides a technical look at RFID from both the hardware and software point of view, as well as covering some of the social aspects of this important technology. It starts with a technical introduction to RFID; the technology behind RFID, RFID tags and readers and how they work. Software architecture of RFID solutions and their integration into solutions will be presented along with the computing challenges that increased use of RFID presents. The session will also review some of the more common applications of RFID today and tomorrow, and provide a peek further into the future covering some of the more interesting and unusual uses of RFID. Finally some of the social implications of RFID will be discussed including data collection and privacy issues.

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Aidon Jennery is a Senior Architect working in the Enterprise Content Management Solutions Development unit of IBM Corp where he devises and develops performant, scalable customer solutions based on IBM's Content Management portfolio of products. Aidon has extensive experience in the architecture and design of systems software, subsystems, middleware and applications. He has even been known to design hardware for production and has a particular interest in RFID and how it is changing our world. With over 25 years experience in the computer industry, he has presented numerous courses, seminars and technical briefings all over Europe and the United States, as well as providing consultancy, training services and development assistance at all levels to many of the industry's top companies and corporations.

Email: aidon@jennery.com