RFID Hands On Workshop Feb 21, 2006
CIO Forum 2006 - Feb 7
ReWINS: Asset Monitor Track Live Demonstration - Nov 17, 2005
RFID Industry Forum 2005 Oct 26
RFID Hands On Workshop Oct 25, 2005
RFID Hands On Experience 2005 - Jun 7
RFID Exec Forum 2005 - Mar 9, 2005
Wireless Internet 2005 - Mar 8
CIO Forum 2005 - Mar 7
RFID Hands On Experience 2005 - Jan 25
 
RFID Forum 2004 - Oct 12
Wireless Internet 2004 - May 4, 5
CIO Forum 2004 - Feb 18
 
Wireless Internet 2003 - Oct 29-30

Wireless Internet 2003 - May 19-20

Wireless Internet 2002 - May 6-7
Wireless Internet 2001 - Nov 8-9
 
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September 28, 2010
2010 EV Forum
This forum will bring together researchers, utilities (distribution and transmission), technology providers, service providers, EV and automotive companies, renewable generation companies, and government together to create Thought Leadership around the field of electric vehicles and their integration into the Smart Grid of the Future.

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September 29, 2010
2010-09 RFID Hands On Workshop
RFID as a discipline has now started to penetrate industries beyond retail including automotive, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, homeland security, energy, utilities, transportation and logistics, airlines, etc. Implementing RFID within an application requires simultaneously answering the following questions:

i) What is the business case for the investment in RFID?
ii) Which RFID technology (readers, middleware, tags) is most appropriate for a given scenario?
iii) What type of re-engineering of the business processes is required? and,
iv) How would the integration of the RFID infrastructure with the existing infrastructure be performed (software, hardware)?

The answer to these questions can be somewhat complex. On September 29, 2010, faculty and researchers from UCLA-WINMEC RFID Lab who have been working on RFID for several years, will address these and other issues that arise in the process of using RFID for the enterprise. In addition to enhancing their knowledge-base about the real-world use of RFID, participants will get to see live technical demonstrations of recently developed RFID applications. Industrially relevant RFID case studies and their results will also be presented. Attendees get to experience a variety of RFID technologies and see the use of the TracAssetTM software in conction with the existing RFID hardware in UCLA to get first-hand experience with several potential industrial RFID applications. The workshop and demonstrations will be held in UCLA.

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November 2, 2010
WINMEC 2010
The future of the mobile experience will continue to add more device technology - such as ultra high performance computing, low power displays, and, voice recognition - driving new and unique applications. Convergence will allow such technologies to be assimilated and integrated rapidly into the existing devices and infrastructure. This forum brings together media companies, application developers, device manufacturers, networking and O.S. companies together with academics and government to discuss the present and future of Mobile Experience, Version 2.0 in an open Forum at UCLA.

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November 3, 2010
2010 WINSmartgrid Thought Leadership Forum
UCLA WINSmartGridTM is a research technology platform developed at UCLA whose objective is to advance novel Wireless / Communications Sense-and-control Smart Grid technologies, perform testing in the labs, transition technologies into the field for scaled testing, and work with partners in industry and government for demonstrations and eventual rollout. Examples of projects undertaken would include:

i)Monitoring of in-building, in-office and in-home infrastructure and its integration into the Smart Grid to achieve Demand Response
ii)Electric Vehicle energy monitoring, charge/discharge, back-fill planning, scheduling, and integration with enterprise-grade wireless sense-and-control technology
iii)Information architecture for Integration of Energy storage
iv)Modeling and integration of renewable energy sources such as Solar Power
v)Minimal delay wireless networks connecting to monitoring infrastructure, and, use of personal mobile device to connect to the wireless infrastructure
vi)Remote field monitoring of electric sparks and other potentially harming conditions, and, and getting this information back to Central station for rapid action
vii)Wireless monitoring condition of remote underground power lines and conductor temperature
viii)Developing architectures and models for remote in-field communications and control
ix)Real-time intelligent response systems for in-field repair, operations and maintenance
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