Monday, June 13, 2011

Learn How RFID-based Systems Are Benefiting the Petroleum and Energy Industries

code Utilities, chemical companies, and gas and oil producers are all benefiting from using radio frequency identification. At RFID in Energy, you will hear end users share how they are employing the technology today to track natural gas consumption and business assets, enforce regulatory standards, service and support oil-field assets across supply chains, increase employee monitoring and safety, and so much more. Plus, you'll meet the leading technology companies, and see their latest solutions.

HELGE: We should think in same terms for the pulp and paper, energy, mining, mineral resources, and environmental industries. There’s RFID knowledge and application research in Finland but we need to focus more on ROI business applications.

Industry leaders from such companies and organizations as BP, Argonne National Laboratory and others will share real-world case studies across a variety of application areas, such as lay down yards, production facilities, service centers, oil rigs, refineries, pipelines and more.

HELGE: What are industry leaders doing back home? I’d like to spend much more time and resources in how to solve the supply chain quality management problems of biomass to distributed power plants. Intelligent use of RFID could be a part of the solution.

Speakers will focus on end-user case studies and the benefits that RFID could provide to utility companies, chemical, gas and oil firms, as well as the challenges that must be overcome to achieve such benefits.

Learn how companies are using RFID to:

  • Track natural gas consumption and business assets
  • Utilize RFID to enforce regulatory standards
  • How RFID technology is being used to service and support oil-field assets across supply chains
  • Increase employee monitoring and safety
  • How petrochemical companies can benefit from RFID, GPS and auto-ID technologies
  • And so much more!

Plus, meet the leading technology companies and see their latest solutions.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn how you can use RFID to cut costs, improve safety and track assets.

Source: RFID Journal

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