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Article | December 31, 2005
RFID training classes in Michigan
Lowry Computer Products and OTA Training launch vendor neutral training starting early next month in Michigan.
Lowry Computer Products Inc. has set the dates of its first RFID Training session for technology implementers and end users. The first scheduled three-day class of A System's Approach to RFID Implementation(tm) will be conducted at Lowry's newly opened RFID Center in Brighton MI on February 1-3 2006. OTA Training developer of the curriculum offers its courses at select RFID facilities across the nation.
"Lowry's new state-of-the-art RFID lab is a perfect venue to present our best-of-breed approach to training" says Robert Sabella OTA Training's Founder and President. "Together we will be able to bring RFID training to all those throughout the region and beyond.
A significant advantage of OTA Training's RFID curriculum is that it is
vendor neutral. Those who complete the training programs in Lowry's RFID facility will learn about a full range of RFID products available from all leading manufacturers. Participants will perform extensive hands-on exercises and learn about various RFID tags optimal tag placement on cases and pallets read ranges business process data management and all the essentials needed for a successful RFID implementation.
A System's Approach to RFID Implementation is the first of two classes offered to help participants prepare for and successfully pass the CompTIA® RFID+(tm) certification exam. The exam is anticipated for release in spring 2006. For more information visit www.lowrycomputer.com/training and to register for the February class click here.
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