SEPT. 14, 2023 | KENNEDY SPACE CENTER VISITOR COMPLEX | MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA
About the RFID LAB
The Auburn University RFID Lab is an academic institution that bridges the gap between industry and academia and is focused on the business case and technical implementation of RFID and other emerging sensor technologies. It has partnered with many of the leaders driving sensor technology adoption across diverse industries, and it has worked closely with professors and students throughout the university. As a result, faculty and students are hands-on and out in the field, focused on sensor-technology implementation and generating innovative solutions.
As an application lab, we are taking market-ready emerging technologies and finding new uses and applications. This lab is about finding business value. All the experiments and tests conducted provide concrete, scientific evidence that a technology has value to businesses and organizations. The goal is to show how and where sensor fusion technologies can deliver a strong return on investment. This lab is objective when trying to find value for the technology. While a major focus of the lab is on RFID, we also have experience in visual identification, computer vision, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, barcode, and other technologies. The lab incorporates all forms of sensor technologies in our research projects, not just RFID.
Creating Standards for
Supply Chain Efficiencies
Sept. 14, 2023
Kennedy Space Center
Merritt Island, FL
The RFID Lab at Auburn University is a research institute focusing on the business case and technical implementation of RFID and other emerging technologies in retail, aviation, supply chain and manufacturing.
Auburn University RFID Lab