The Board of Directors of AIM, the international association and recognized authority on bar code, RFID, and enterprise mobile computing, has announced the appointment of Arvin Danielson, CTO, Intermec Technologies Corporation to fill a vacant board seat on the AIM, Inc. 11-person board.
As a not-for-profit industry organization, AIM's mission is to expand the understanding, adoption and use of data collection technology by driving international standards, providing timely, unbiased and commercial-free news and educational resources. Board representatives are elected by the AIM membership.
"AIM continues to lead the global efforts for standards, education and advocacy within the Auto ID and Mobility industry, working together to provide a collective voice on regulatory and policy issues worldwide," states AIM chairman, Chuck Evanhoe . "Arvin brings broad international business experience and additional breadth of expertise to a board of industry executives who are leading the strategic efforts of AIM within our industry. We are very pleased to have an Intermec executive serving on this board."
The current board also includes executives from BlueStar, CDO Technologies, Datalogic Scanning, Evanhoe & Associates, FEIG Electronic GmbH, Ingram Micro, Lowry Computer Products, Motorola Solutions, TAGSYS, and Zebra Technologies.
AIM is the industry association and worldwide authority on automatic identification (auto ID) and data collection technologies. AIM members are providers and users of technologies, systems, and services that capture, manage, and integrate accurate data into larger information systems that improve processes enterprise-wide. Serving members in 43 countries for more than 35 years, the Association has developed key technical specifications and guidelines that support the use of auto ID and mobile IT solutions.
AIM actively supports the development of technology standards, guidelines and best practices through its Technical Symbology Committee (TSC) and RFID Experts Group (REG), as well as through participation at the industry, national (ANSI) and international (ISO) levels.
AIM has an active educational and government relations focus, providing accurate and unbiased information on data collection technologies and the markets they serve. As part of its educational outreach, AIM publishes "RFID Connections" and "AIM Connections," the industry's longest-running e-newsletters on RFID and automatic data collection. The industry association also produces the annual AIM Expo conference and exposition for providers, users and integrators of auto ID and mobile IT solutions.
For more information about AIM and its members and services, please visit www.aimglobal.org or www.rfid.org.