RFID Innovation in Healthcare
Dallas, Texas (July 6, 2007) - RFID Innovation in Healthcare is the theme for RFID Tribe's Dallas, Texas chapter meeting scheduled for July 20, 2007. RFID Tribe chapter meetings bring together RFID technology practitioners in metropolitan areas for networking, presentations and collaboration.
Dr. JC Chiao, associate professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, will make a presentation "RFID Innovation in Healthcare - Got heartburn? Got pain? Let RFID help you!"
The University of Texas at Arlington focuses on integration of RFID and biomedical sensors for disease diagnosis and therapeutic treatment. Dr. Chiao will discuss recent developments of wireless GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) sensors, pain management systems and SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) monitoring systems in his research group.
The event is organized by RFID Tribe and is sponsored by Matrix Resources and by the North Texas Enterprise Center for Medical Technology.
The event is a lunch meeting and begins at 11:30 am on July 20, 2007. Event details and registration are available on the RFID Tribe website at http://www.rfidtribe.com/home/index.php?option=com_events&Itemid=67
About RFID Tribe:
RFID Tribe, a global organization with local chapters, is the world's association for radio frequency identification (RFID) professionals. The group of RFID experts collaborates on RFID and sensor technology, standards, venture capital, products, applications, industry trends, people and events. RFID Tribe serves as an engine for ideas, people and capital. http://www.rfidtribe.org
3212 Wells Drive
Plano, Texas 75093
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release RFID Innovation in Healthcare here
News-ID: 23666 • Views: 1780
More Releases from RFID Tribe
RFID Primer: Learn Your RFID ABC’s, Dig Deeper
Association for RFID professionals creates a RFID reference tool Dallas, Texas (December 26, 2007) -- After establishing a network of 3,500 members in more than 65 countries around the world, RFID Tribe created the RFID Primer. The online tool serves as a reference for those who use RFID technology and RFID applications. “The RFID Primer represents a knowledge base for the RFID community, aiding in a deeper understanding
A Brief Introduction to Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP)
UHF RFID readers perform certain stereotypical functions, which are common to the products from most vendors but in some cases specific to the air-interface protocol employed. In this article we briefly summarize the basic operations of a reader using the EPCglobal Class 1 Generation 2 (ISO 18000-6C) protocol, and describe how such readers can be configured and controlled using the Low Level Reader Protocol. Complete article... http://www.rfidtribe.com/home/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=138 RFID Tribe 3212 Wells Drive Plano,
RFID Tribe's Montreal Chapter Holds First Meeting
RFID Tribe\'s Montreal chapter holds its first meeting on September 5, 2007 at 6:00 pm. Harold Beck, Montreal chapter leader, will kickoff the chapter\'s first meeting. The meeting is patterned after meetings in RFID Tribe\'s other chapters where RFID professionals make connections, hear presentations, eat a meal together and collaborate. At the meeting, RFID Tribe members and guests will... - Learn about taking advantage of RFID Tribe tools and forums.
RFID Tribe Launches Its Montreal Chapter
Business Activity Accelerates with Radio Frequency Identification Community Forum Montreal, Quebec (August 8, 2007) -- RFID Tribe, a global organization with local chapters, launches its Montreal, Canada chapter. \"RFID Tribe is a vehicle for connecting, communicating and collaborating around RFID technology\" said Mark Johnson, RFID Tribe President. \"The province of Quebec has an excellent mixture of industry, academia and government organizations with initiatives in RFID and sensor technology. A group like RFID
More Releases for Texas
Texas Super Lawyers Recognizes 45 Gardere Attorneys
AUSTIN/DALLAS/HOUSTON - Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is pleased to announce that 45 Firm attorneys representing 16 practice areas have been named to the 2013 Texas Super Lawyers list published by Thomson Reuters. The Texas Super Lawyers list appears in the October 2013 issue of Texas Monthly, as well as the standalone Texas Super Lawyers magazine. Selections are based on peer nominations solicited from more than 70,000 attorneys across the state. An
Stroz Friedberg Honored Among “Texas’ Best” by Texas Lawyer
Firm’s Dallas office recognized for computer forensics, data security, investigations DALLAS – Readers of Texas Lawyer newspaper and the publication’s staff again have honored global digital risk management and investigations firm Stroz Friedberg among the industry’s best for computer forensics, data security and recovery, and risk and investigation consulting. This marks the second year that Stroz Friedberg has been highlighted in Texas Lawyer’s annual “Texas’ Best” edition, which is compiled using recommendations
Texas Super Lawyers recognizes 49 Gardere Attorneys
DALLAS/HOUSTON – Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is pleased to announce that 49 Firm attorneys representing 21 separate practice areas have been named to the 2012 Texas Super Lawyers list. Twenty Gardere attorneys earned their 10th consecutive selections to the Texas Super Lawyers list, appearing every year since the list was first published in 2003. They are Allen B. Craig III, Curtis L. Frisbie Jr., Kenneth R. Glaser, Lawrence B. Goldstein, Thomas
Perfection in Texas Land Sales
Bandera, TX, April 2011- The team at Texas Land Man, LLC consult each client individually about all aspects of the land, from the wildlife population to the house amenities. They also offer comprehensive consultation services after the land has been purchased. Helping the buyer in everything from lake design, to construction, to ranch improvements and Texas land sales a that they do not offer their expertise or insight
Texas Farms and Ranches: Texas Ranch for Sale
San Antonio, TX, April 2011 - With more than 600,000 square kilometers of land area that is twice larger than that of Japan, the State of Texas sits quietly in the south-central section of the United States. The three largest rivers-Rio Grande, Sabine River, and Red River-form natural borders with its adjacent states to the north and some states of Mexico to the south. Climate in Texas varies among regions as
Texas Commercial Roofing Contractor East Texas Roof Works & Sheet Metal Launches …
Tyler, Texas - June 28, 2010 – East Texas Roof Works & Sheet Metal today announced the launch of easttexasroofworks.com as an information portal for Tyler area home owners and businesses to find information about roofing projects. With articles being added almost every day and an online monthly newsletter of roofing tips, the website is anticipated to quickly become Texas’ primary resource for residential and commercial roofing projects. Future plans