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Mühlbauer presents 'RFID Innovation Days'

March 14, 2014

The May event features a comprehensive conference program with Mühlbauer's automation experts, leading chip manufacturers and material suppliers.

Mühlbauer, a manufacturer of turnkey products for the ID, RFID, and semiconductor industries, is inviting the RFID community to explore future manufacturing technologies at its "RFID Innovation Days," which will be held at company headquarters in Roding, Germany, from May 25-28, 2014.

The event features a comprehensive conference program with Mühlbauer's automation experts. In addition, leading chip manufacturers and material suppliers will be on hand to introduce their future developments. On display will be the latest equipment generation for Antenna Production (APS) and Direct Die Attach (DDA), which will be officially launched during the event and first presented to customers.

RFID Innovation Days at Mühlbauer will also provide an opportunity for guests to meet colleagues and customers from the RFID and smart label industries, providing a forum for potential business opportunities.  The program will conclude with entertainment, thus providing participants an opportunity to experience local culture and traditions. Guests are also invited to join the Mühlbauer Team for dinner.

For more information about the event, visit www.muhlbauer.com/innovation-days.

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