Webinars are seminars that you can attend from home or from your office. All you have to do is call the conference call number and go to the website address that will be given to you once you register.
You will then be able to follow the presentation directly on your computer and hear the speaker on the phone.
If you would like to attend one of the following Webinars, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. We will then send you the necessary information to access the Webinar.
Session 1: Wednesday 21 May 2008 from 11:00 to 12:15 Brussels time
Session 2 (Same webinar, alternative time) : Wednesday 21 May 2008 from 16:00 to 17:15 Brussels time
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Agenda of the Webinar
1. Discovery Service Design – Presentation by Miguel Angel Guijarro, AT4 wireless, leader of the BRIDGE Discovery Service working group
2. Security Framework- issues and design – Presentation by Trevor Burbridge, BT, leader of the BRIDGE Security working group
3. Standardisation activity - EPC global, IETF – Presentation by Mark Harrison, Auto-ID Labs Cambridge, leader of the BRIDGE Serial-Level Supply Chain Control working group
4. Integration with Track and Trace Applications – Presentation by Mark Harrison, Auto-ID Labs Cambridge, leader of the BRIDGE Serial-Level Supply Chain Control working group
5. Questions & Answers
In order to complement already ratified standards in the EPCglobal network like ONS and EPCIS, the BRIDGE project has designed and prototyped a serial level lookup service (a.k.a. Discovery Service) that provides pointers to sources of information about a given EPC (tagged item). This pointer information then allows a final user to retrieve item level information through a query interface such as EPCIS. Members of the BRIDGE project have also been actively participating in activities at EPCglobal and at IETF towards standardization of Discovery Services and have contributed BRIDGE results (requirements documents, design documents, LGPL prototype) to these activities.
05 March 2008 - 11:00 CET
Speaker: Jean Marc D'Hooghe, GS1, WP12 leader
WP12 - Training Platform, Courseware & Certification
The objective of this work package is to provide and support a blended learning solution on the standards, combining Information Days (Roadshows), Webinars, e-learning and other training deliveries based on training kits for use by the active and future users of EPC.
20 February 2008 - 11:00 CET
Speaker: Miguel Angel Guijarro Moreno, AT4wireless, WP2 leader
Work Package 2 - Serial-Level Lookup Service
The object of this Work Package is to investigate the different possibilities for creating, addressing and maintaining the large heterogeneous network of ICT resources to hold the information about the physical objects (items)
06 February 2008 - 11:00 CET
Speaker: Oliver Kasten, SAP, WP5 leader
Work Package 5 - Anti-Counterfeiting Business Application
The focus of this work package is on using EPC technology to increase the protection against illicit trading. It will facilitate a general adoption of the EPCglobal technology to prevent counterfeiting and illicit trade.
23 January 2008 - 11:00 CET
Presentation of the Portable Demo
Speaker: Michal Grabia, GS1 Poland
Work Package 13 - Dissemination & Adoption Tools
This work package delivers adoption tools that enable project partners to inform and educate all stakeholders not only on the findings and results of the various business clusters, but also on the impact and benefits of RFID/EPC in general
19 December 2007 - 11:00 CET
Lessons learnt from the business case
Speaker: Bruno Julien, GS1 France, WP9 leader
Work Package 9 - Reusable Asset Management
The scope of this work package is to improve reusable asset management in supply chains. The goal is to develop a secure track and trace solution that is based on the EPCglobal Network and on emerging ubiquitious computing technologies
05 December 2007 - 11:00 CET
EPC/RFID in the store environment: Requirements and applications for comfortable shopping at Kaufhof
Speakers: Judith Dörfers, GS1 Germany and Uwe Quiede, Kaufhof
Work Package 7 - Supply Chain Management - a European Textile Industry Business Application
The objective of this work package is to prepare the adoption of the RFID/EPC technology in the European textile industry in the best possible way.
21 November 2007 – 11:00 CET
Results and lessons learnt before the launch of the Pharma Traceability pilot
Speaker: John Jenkins, John Jenkins Associates,
Leader of the Work Package 6 – Pharma Traceability Business Application
This Work Package aims to implement a track and trace solution to increase patient safety in the branded and generic pharmaceutical supply chain for all types of pharmaceutical products.