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Radio Frequency Identification Technology Forum to Be Hosted by Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering ’s WINMEC

October 13, 2005

Radio Frequency Identification Technology Forum to Be Hosted by Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering ’s WINMEC

Rajit Gadh

Led by Mechanical and Aerospace Professor Rajit Gadh, UCLA Engineering is exploring the use of radio frequency identification technology (RFID) in a variety of innovative applications. Gadh also is the director of WINMEC (Wireless Internet for Mobile Enterprise Consortium), a UCLA-based university, industry, and government collaboration with the objective to advance technological and business research and educate its members on state-of-the art in wireless and mobile industries. The organization, which holds regular consortia, will host an RFID Industry Forum on campus October 26 to discuss where the technology stands today with respect to actual usage, successes and failures, how RFID projects are justified, and how RFID is actually being implemented. For more details, visit http://www.winmec.ucla.edu/ or http://www.wireless.ucla.edu/rfid/20.