EAI IIES Summit and Exhibition
Riva del Garda, Trento Italy 4-6 October, 2012
Food Safety & Autenticity 2012
Brussels, Belgium 18-20 September, 2012
ICETE-WINSYS 2012
Rome, Italy, 23-27 July 2012
IEEE Symposium and URSI Meeting
Chicago, IL, USA 8-14 July, 2012
QUID Innovation Italy
Milan, Italy 27-28 June, 2012
INSME - INNOBIZ - WTA Hi-tech fair
Daejeon, South Korea 21-25 May 2012
CIBUS 2012
Parma, Italy 7-10 May 2012
SMAU business 2012
Padova, Italy 18-19 April 2012
IEEE International Conference on RFID
Orlando, FL, USA 3-5 April 2012
Anuga FoodTec - F2F at Speakers' Corner
Cologne, Germany 28 March 2012


Events 

IEEE International Conference on RFID

Orlando, FL, USA 3-5 April 2012

 

A F2F delegation from University of Ljubljana has exhibited a project poster and presented F2F system during the IEEE International Conference on RFID in Orlando from 3 to 5 April, as parallel event of the RFID Journal Live! 2012.

The objective has been to show the participants the fish pilot implementation done on traceability with the importance of cold chain monitoring. The availability of information through the whole supply chain backwards with system developed as part of F2F was shown as a result of scanning QR code with smart phone.

Poster presentation was available at the poster room of the Conference IEEE RFID 2012 where the main goals and the work of F2F project were outlined and fish traceability system in Slovenia was shown.

A demonstration of reading QR code with smart phone was a part of explanation to people interested in food traceability. The participants of the conference were interested in the traceability system of fish from the technological point (RFID solution) and also from the practical point of view (as consumers) by using RFID tags and readers in supply chain, checking the information presented in traceability web page for fish – Piran Sea bass.

Attending the RFID exhibition and the conference was a good opportunity for showing theoretical and practical results of the fish pilot implemented in project RFID-F2F, including fish tracking and tracing by showing the use of RFID systems in each SCM step with the graph of temperatures during the logistics process. The exhibition of world leading RFID companies (producers of RFID readers, RFID tags), IT companies (RFID implementations) was a good opportunity to see the present state of the technology and to make contacts for future collaboration.

Click on the image below to download the poster titled "RFID-Enabled Traceability of Farmed Fish" prepared by Mira Trebar, Andrej Grah, Miroslav Savić, Rok Češnovar from the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science.