This Weeks Guests
Peter Regen the Vice President of Global Visible Commerce at Unisys corporation will join Craig to discuss their inititive that will focus on the fast growing opportunities in the tracking, tracing and sercuring of goods, assets and people. They have been involved in RFID and other sensing and tracking technologies for the last decade.
Chuck Porier and Duncan McCollum from Computer Sciences Corporation will join Craig to discuss RFID what it is and what it isn't and the many ways that it can make their businesses more competitive and profitable by reducing waste with in the supply chain.
Lisa Sotto the head of Privacy at Hunton and Williams LLP and the acting chairperson of the Department of Homeland Security's Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee will join Craig to discuss how RFID is being used in the health care arena and the benefits that we are seeing in the health care arena. What are the privacy concerns and what Laws apply to the use of RFID in health care.
Rick Borovoy the co-founder of Ntag will join Craig to discuss their interactive badge specifically designed for face to face social networking and event data management. He tells us how RFID for living things is not about tracking people it is about the ability to make connections, share information, let them have a voice and to learn more effectively.
Nicolas Chavez the President and CEO of RFID Ltd. will join Craig to discuss their work with some of the largest implementors of RFID technology (Wal-Mart, Lowes, Best Buy, Home Depot, Target, Nestle, Alcoa, etc.) and the orgins of RFID in the military.
Author Katherine Albrecht will join Craig to discuss her book 'Spychips: How major corporations plan to track your every move with RFID' and her work with CASPIAN Consumer Advocacy.
Terry Trippler of Cheapseats.com will join Craig to discuss how RFID can prevent lost luggage when we travel.
Dr. Pedro Reyes, professor of operations management at Baylor Univeristy Hankamer School of Business will join Craig to discuss RFID and operations management and the Seminar Series on the use of RFID in supply chains. He will also dispell some of the Myths of RFID.