TSNN Tech Webinar: What's Hot (& Not) About Real-Time Location Systems on a Trade Show Floor

June 8, 2014

Trade Show News Network will be offering another of its well-regarded complimentary webinars June 12 at 1 p.m. EST. Please register HERE

It’s now possible to identify and pinpoint people and objects on the trade show floor with incredible accuracy. Real-Time Location Systems - RFID, beacons, magnetic fingerprints, light pulses, and NFC - offer varying degrees of precision and benefits to organizers, attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and venues.
 
In this TSNN Webinar moderated by Michelle Bruno, a panel of geolocation and microlocation experts will discuss the science behind the technologies, use cases, costs, and trade-offs. (Be prepared to hear the term “game changer” a lot.)
 
Participants will learn:
 
Recent innovation in RTLS
Pros and cons of each technology
Data deliverables of each approach
Benefits for each stakeholder group
Impact of RTLS on events
 
HERE is the link to register. 

Moderator:  Michelle Bruno, event-industry blogger, technology journalist, publisher of the Event Tech Brief enewsletter and one of the judges of the EIBTM Technology Watch Competition.

Guest Panelists: Steven Snyder, Chief Information Officer, Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, Iris Goldman, Founder OLE - On Location Engagements and Professor Janne Haverinen, Founder and CEO of IndoorAtlas.

Sponsored by: of Onstream Media and Advantage Boston/MCCA

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