The Hungarian Logistics Association (Magyar Logisztikai Egyesület – MLE) requested László Rácz, RFID and chip card advisor of Állami Nyomda, to lead the RFID department of the association. To organise the workshop on 21 January 2010 was among the professional’s first duties.

The Hungarian Logistics Association requested László Rácz to lead the RFID department of the association at the end of 2009. The professional of Állami Nyomda has been working successfully on establishing RFID and chip solutions at the second largest security printing house of Central-Eastern Europe for years. The developments led by him were used effectively in the pilot project together with TEVA drug production company among others. The project was aimed at integrating RFID technology into drug supply chain so that the system would be more secure and faster. The RFID pilot together with Unilever was also successful; it ensured the tracking and quality protection of frozen food by applying the most state-of-the-art technologies.

As the leader of the department, László Rácz hosted the ‘MLE RFID workshop’ on 21 Janu-ary 2010 where attendees were presented an overview of RFID technology, its operations, application possibilities and more domestic case studies. Besides Állami Nyomda, all other companies involved in the domestic developments based on RFID technology took part on the event: GS1 Magyarország Zrt., ODIN Budapest Kft., Vonalkód Rendszerház Kft. and BCS Hungary. Presentations focused on cost-effective methods due to the global crisis.

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