The National Institute for Animal Agriculture will hold ID/Info Expo 2006, a national conference and trade show devoted to animal identification and information-systems technology. This year’s event will take place, Aug. 22-24 in
A trade show, showcasing a variety of animal identification and information-systems technology, will take place on Aug. 22 - 23. ID/Info Expo 2006 will also feature:
Pre-Conference seminar outlining National Animal Identification System basics, with species-working-group reports and a review of pending revisions to
A seminar looking at key elements of USDA’s IT Infrastructure, specifically the
AINManagement System and the recently announced Animal Trace Processing System.
A half-day of technology seminars from animal identification and traceability developers, suppliers and information managers.
USDA Secretary Mike Johanns is invited to give the keynote address.
A review of state legislative efforts to implement NAIS, including legal authority and Freedom of Information Act issues.
A review and discussion on NAIS education and outreach efforts.
A panel discussion featuring NAIS proponents and opponents, discussing the merits of a national animal identification system.
The day will focus on the practical application of animal ID solutions.
Information, including registration, lodging, and preliminary schedule of events, is available at http://animalagriculture.org//id/IDINFOEXPO2006/Default.htm, or call