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ADC1 to Host ISO/IEC JTC1/SC31 Plenary Meeting

ADC1 to Host ISO/IEC JTC1/SC31 Plenary Meeting
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 – AIM

Global Delegates to Attend Meeting in Pittsburgh

Cranberry Township, PA — February 29, 2012 — AIM, the industry association recognized as the worldwide authority on automatic identification and mobility, is pleased to announce that ADC1 plans to host an international delegation meeting of SC31 members from around the world. This meeting will take place the week of June 4, 2012 in Pittsburgh, PA at the University of Pittsburgh.

As a leader in automatic identification and mobility technologies, AIM serves as the Administrator and Secretariat for ADC1 which is the US Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for AIDC matters relating to the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC31 committee. This TAG is comprised of AIM member and non-member companies that participate to support the US involvement in the ISO/IEC standardization process for our industry. Participants have the opportunity to contribute to and influence the development of critical international industry standards. Each year a participating country is selected to host the delegates for the week-long meeting.

“It is a great honor to host international delegates for this important meeting of SC 31,” states US TAG chairman, Dan Kimball of SRA International. “The week-long series of meetings provides delegates the opportunity to meet, network, and introduce new work items and complete existing standardization projects.”

If you are interested in becoming a member and participating in the work of ADC1, please contact Mary Lou Bosco at the AIM Office, by phone to +1 724-742-4473 or email: marylou@aimglobal.org.

About AIM

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 nearly 40 years, the Association has developed key technical specifications and guidelines that support the use of auto ID and mobile IT solutions.

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.

For more information about AIM and its members and services, please visit http://www.aimglobal.org/or http://www.rfid.org/. or http://www.Ack123.com