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RFID User Conference & Technology Exhibition 2011, 29 September, Thursday, 9.30am-5pm, SIMTech Auditorium

RFID User Conference & Technology Exhibition 2011 29 September 2011,9.30am-5.00pm (Registration starts from 8.30am) SIMTech Auditorium Tower Block, Level 3 Organised by National RFID Centre with support from Exploit Technologies (ETPL) & SIMTech Register Now Introduction Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is widely considered as the key enabling technology for business innovations and capability development in many industries including retail, hospitality, automotive, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceutical, aerospace, transportation and logistics. This 6th annual user conference and technology exhibition is a sharing session for end users and solution providers to share their experiences, best practices and latest development. National RFID Centre will be sharing the interim outcome RFID Innovation Platform and ways in which end user enterprises can tap on this scheme to develop first of its kind enterprise innovations with the use of RFID. Leading RFID technology providers will be present to unveil their latest RFID solutions. Live demonstrations will be available to showcase the latest innovations from the technology partners. Vendors interested in exhibiting could contact the National RFID Centre to secure an exhibition space. Programme 8.30am Registration 9.30am Welcome Address Guest-of-Honour, Mr Philip Lim, CEO, Exploit Technologies, A*STAR 9.40am Update on RFID Innovation Platform Projects and Call for Proposals Dr Gan Oon Peen, Technical Lead, National RFID Centre 9.50am   7th RFID Innovation Grant Awards Ceremony – Central Laundry Pte Ltd – Zero Spot Laundry Services Ltd – TTJ Designs & Engineering Pte Ltd – Siltronic Singapore Pte Ltd – Tiong Woon Crane & Transport Pte Ltd 10.00am Kanban RFID Information System (KRIS) Mr Goh Sia Hwa, Planning & Logistics Manager, International Engine Component Overhaul (IECO) 10.20am RFID Tagging of Steel Intermediate Bulk Containers...

Alice in Wonderland – Facebook legend living in S’pore

“The only way to achieve the impossible is to believe it’s possible.” – from “Alice in Wonderland” Eduardo Saverin – Facebook legend living in Singapore Tham Yuen-C Straits Times Site’s co-founder set up a software development firm here last year, but has maintained a low profile. The other Facebook legend – the one who fell out with co-founder Mark Zuckerberg – has set up a software development company in Singapore. Mr Zuckerberg is chief executive officer of the world’s most popular social networking site. His former collaborator, Mr Eduardo Saverin, 28, is one of three people behind Web technologies company Anideo, with offices in Singapore and Miami, Florida. The Brazil-born billionaire is said to have been living in Singapore since last year, and the Singapore outfit of his firm was registered under his name in October last year. His two partners are fellow Harvard University graduates, one of whom had worked with him on a job search site in 2005. Since technology site TechCrunch posted a blog last Thursday about him being in Singapore, netizens – here and abroad – have been speculating about his whereabouts. A film, The Social Network, based on the story of the two co-founders, is currently showing in cinemas around the world. Mr Saverin is portrayed in the movie as the more affable and charming character, in contrast to its depiction of Mr Zuckerberg as a socially inept geek who is also the more cunning of the two. Mr Saverin was Mr Zuckerberg’s partner in 2004 when, as Harvard students, they started thefacebook.com, a website that evolved into Facebook. But the duo fell out...