Serialio returns to RFIDJournalLIVE! 2016 to meet with some of the best names in the industry to discuss projects and partner opportunities that could spark even more ingenuity amongst the RFID community.
This May, Serialio.com returned for the fifth consecutive year as an exhibitor at RFIDJournal LIVE! The 2016 event was the held from May 2nd through May 5th at the Orange County Convention Center located in the heart of Orlando, Florida. As was with previous RFIDJournalLIVE events, this year the Serialio.com team members were able to meet with some of the best names in the industry to discuss projects and partner opportunities that could spark even more ingenuity amongst the RFID community.
For 2016, Serialio.com decided to share the wealth and offer their best in class Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile lead capture solution to other exhibitors in attendance. The solution proved to be an advantageous and straightforward method for vendors looking to manage all of their leads during – and after – the exhibition. Through the use of NFC technology, along with Cloud-In-Hand® Lead Capture application, exhibitors were able to gain a much better perspective on who was visiting their booth, and in turn gave them better information for post-event marketing strategies and follow ups.
While at the event, the recently redesigned Serialio booth was representative of the newest additions to their innovative Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Application Suite. The introduction of the Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Attendance and Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Mustering applications were well received by guests and prospective partners alike and proved to be the focal point for the majority of their interactions.
Serialio also promoted its newest hardware offerings, including the unveiling of their idChamp DX1 Livestock and Pet RFID Reader, as well as the worlds first ever idChamp® BLE enabled Embedded Mobile Fixed Reader. The Embedded Mobile Fixed provides that power and functionality of a standard portal reader with the convenience and mobility of a Bluetooth RFID reader. Serialio demonstrated these capabilities with a pitching machine that shot RFID enabled baseballs over the Embedded Mobile Fixed Reader. The reader picked up the tag and transmitted the data to an Android device via Bluetooth where the pitchers name and picture was then displayed. Along with these new additions to an already superb lineup of hardware, Serialio presented guests with the company’s staple and proprietary brand products such as the Scanfob® and idChamp® brands of RFID readers.