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A 99%+ Accurate Battery-free RFID Real-Time Tracking Technology

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  • UserDr. Sabesan Sithamparanathan
  • ClockWednesday 26 April 2023, 18:30-19:30
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The digitization of industrial manufacturing and supply chain processes means that IoT, robotics and other AI driven processes are becoming increasingly prevalent. The smallest data inaccuracies can have the most profound operational, safety and security consequences. Existing inventory tracking solutions not fit for purpose because they cannot accurately detect and count tagged items at speed. Based on pioneering battery-free (passive) RFID research conducted by Dr Sabesan Sithamparanathan and his colleagues at the University of Cambridge, PervasID has developed the world’s most accurate passive RFID real-time tracking solution. PervasID are now deploying the solutions in industrial, retail and healthcare sectors globally. Learn how this ground-breaking passive RFID tracking system achieves 99%+ detection accuracy and responsiveness, in a very cost-effective way, delivering a rapid ROI .

The speaker will be Dr. Sabesan Sithamparanathan who is an Enterprise Fellow at Girton College and CEO & Co-Founder at PervasID. Sabesan is a multi – award winning entrepreneur with over 15 years’ experience in IoT space. Sabesan founded PervasID Ltd, based on his PhD research, into ‘Passive RFID real time sensing system for intelligent infrastructure’ at Cambridge University. Sabesan invented and developed the World’s most accurate passive RFID technology. As founder and CEO , Sabesan successfully grew PervasID, a Cambridge University spin-out company, from its inception to a global enterprise, providing transformative solutions to healthcare, industrial, security, retail and supply chain and logistics sectors with a complete product suite of the world’s most accurate RFID readers.

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