RFID-NFC Expo 2011 is the significant event which focuses on Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) & Near Field Communication (NFC) as identification technologies, in India. As a part of the main event ID India Expo 2011, the expo will run parallel with three events 'Card Expo 2011', 'Biometrix Expo 2011', 'e-Sec Expo 2011'. The show will provide an opportunity for industry manufacturers, suppliers, innovators and service providers to meet, communicate and develop business relations. The exhibitors will display their latest technologies and innovations, promote their brands, and generate product demand across the world industry market. It will exhibit an assorted range of chips, security & testing equipment, manufacturing equipment, printing & labelling, system integration, application software and solutions, sensor, etc. RFID-NFC Expo 2011 will attract industry-leading innovators, technologists and professionals at single platform to discuss various topics related to identification technologies, RFID, market research, technologies applications, numerous products, and promote RFID technologies across global platform.
The targeted visitors at RFID-NFC Expo 2011 are from: Airports and Airlines / Border Control / ePassport, Animal Tagging, Asset and Vehicle Tracking, Clubs, Design, Research and Development, EPC (Electronic Product Code), Financial, Government/Public, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals, Hospitality, Identity, Insurance, Postal Department, Retail, Security, Access Control and Anti-theft Systems, Supply Chain Management, Telecom, Transport, Travel, etc.
The profile for exhibits at RFID-NFC Expo 2011 includes: Access Control, Chips Design and Development, Communication Security, Detecting and Security Testing Equipment, Electronic Components, High Frequency RFID, I.D.Filter, IT Software and Hardware, Manufacturing Equipment and Packaging, Printing and Labeling, Public Platform and Services, RFID Middleware, System Integration, Application Software and Solutions, RFID Readers, Antenna, Glues, Security Inks, Films, Sensor, Source Tagging, etc.