Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
Time: 10 AM EEST (Helsinki) / 3 pm CST (Beijing)
Join us on April 15th to hear industry experts share their experiences in RFID tag manufacturing and quality management. The webinar includes case examples and presentations on how to set quality goals, which standards are relevant, and best practices for quality testing — from setting up the quality program to managing the day-to-day activities. We will also provide practical tips for quality management.
- What RAIN RFID and NFC users should know about the quality?
- When and why to test off-line and when in-line?
- When to test samples, when to test 100%?
- Differences between RAIN RFID and NFC?
- What changes when production evolves from printed labels to smart labels?
- How hard tag manufacturing is different from label manufacturing?
Sales Director at Voyantic
Teemu has over 15 years of experience from the RFID industry in Europe and the USA. He has two master’s degrees: in industrial engineering and in marketing, and two patents in auto-ID technology. Teemu also actively participates in RAIN RFID alliance activities.
Test Engineering Manager at Omni ID
Karen has a masters degree in Test Techonoloy and Equipment form the Beijing Institute of Techonoloy. For the past eight years Karen has been working as a Test Engineering Manager at Omni-ID focusing on providing manufacturing and test engineering solutions and improvements that support high yield, and reduced manufacturing costs.
Production manager at Lab ID S.r.l.
Luca’s career at LAB ID started in 2007 after graduating with a degree in Electronic and Telecommunication. During his growth from machine operator to production manager, in the last 14 years Luca has learnt how to be a good technician and a manager. Together at Lab ID, Luca has achieved challenging goals always aiming to quality and customer satisfaction
Founder and President at Smooth & Sharp Corporation (S&S)
Alan has dedicated himself in RFID business since 2002. In 2016, he started to develop sustainable RFID antenna which has no chemical etching and plastic-free. The successful mass production with self-developed DOP, Direct On Paper process for RFID inlay is the GREEN solution for the booming IOT era.
Alan received his bachelor degree in technical orientated MBA at University Stuttgart, Germany in 1992. After his studies in Germany, Alan created numerous international business projects in RFID and Solar industry.