Photosynth of RFID Day 4

After being inspired by my financial services account manager Chris Allison I thought I would have a go at the recently released PhotoSynth   As I was working out of the bunker RFID room and various attendee rooms I thought I would try a collage of photographs (I am still collating video in the background…

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BizTalk RFID Services – Sydney – Microsoft Partner Readiness Training

One of my technology passions is RFID. This is an opportunity for partners to join me in learning more about integrating RFID with existing and new business processes. Price: $790 ex GST Date: 28-29th Feb 2008 Venue: Sydney The aim of this 2 day hands-on course is to take the student from the “nuts and…

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RFID case studies and presentation

Some video and case study information RFID Supply Chain Sushi Restaurant Enhances Quality Control, Customer Service with RFID Technology The business value of RFID Developer centre The possibilities are quite varied as you might imagine. For example: Australian Coal Mine to Enhance Safety Using RFID Also a link to the 2006 SOA conference and the…

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RFID ecosystem Presentation Grabs

Mick has a posting with the presentation (and the code) but here are a few grabs: Microsoft’s publication: The business value of RFID Example uses of RFID today: Vatican Apostolic Library Already, 50,000 volumes in the public reading rooms have been tagged with Texas Instruments’ Tag-it™ 13.56 MHz inlays that are compliant with ISO / IEC…

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MSMQ and SOA Conference RFID

I like queues. I used them first in 1997 for a electronic commerce project in the UK. I created a mini message pump that would read and forward messages in both directions. The service operated on multiple queues in pairs –  kind of like a in and out tray. This week Mick Badran and I were…

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Microsoft SOA and Business Partner Conference

As an advocate of BizTalk I was interested in helping present with Mick, the ecosystem around RFID for this conference. With David Chappell coming along, and a bevy of talented folk its sure to be a great event! Thursday 30th November 2006 – SYDNEY Register now – places are limited On 30th November we are…

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Sydney Mobility

Last night I popped along to the Sydney Windows Mobility User Group. Very interesting stuff. I stayed just enough time to see some of the robotics development tools (on board CE robot) and a demo of barcodes a beta idea from Windows Live. The barcode is less of a barcode and more of a graphical…

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Radio Frequency Identification Beta 1 Walkthrough

Join the Sydney BizTalk User Group and get connected, get equipped and get opportunities to learn. Sign-up and you can pick up my recent RFID presentation is published here.

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RFID Setup

There are a few steps to setting up RFID: You will need this MMC console if you are not running Vista: Microsoft Management Console 3.0 Pre-Release (RC1 Refresh) You will need to have Biztalk installed, configured and the the BizTalk host service and rules update services started You will need to have selected MSMQ as…

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RFID – Glorified Barcodes?

I have recently romanticised RFID as new integration technology and an area of research. Harbouring behind my passion to find out more was my cynicism about RFID being much like bar-coding. So what’s new? The big message is that RFID is a multi-message processing system whereas bar-coding is a single message processing system. An RFID…

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