Motorola Executive to Deliver Keynote Address

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AIM Global, the worldwide trade association and authority on automatic identification and mobility technologies, have announced that Gerald McNerney, vice president of strategy and business development for Motorola's Enterprise Mobility business, will serve as the keynote speaker for the annual AIM Technology Leadership Summit to be held April 20-22, at the Hyatt Woodfield in Chicago, IL, USA.  McNerney will speak on the morning of April 21st.

Each year executives from major manufacturers, resellers, integrators, distributors and end users of Automatic Identification and Mobility products and services gather for 48 hours of global education and strategy sessions, peer networking, and the presentation of AIM industry awards. The Summit is the world's only event of its type.

McNerney, whose background includes time spent as a former commissioned officer of the U.S. Naval Reserve and U.S. Merchant Marine Officer, as well as a senior supply chain analyst for AMR Research, will speak about the use of automatic identification and data collection solutions and their impact on the growth and health of today's rapidly changing global economy.

The keynote address begins a day of education that includes interactive panel discussions with leading industry analysts, international technical experts and key end users in the Government, Energy and Healthcare fields.  The technologies to be discussed include bar code, radio frequency identification (RFID), enterprise mobile computing, Unique Item Identification (UID) and Item Unique Identification (IUID).

For additional information about the event, registration, or event venue, visit the AIM Technology Leadership Summit website or call the AIM Global office.

 

About AIM Global

AIM Global is the industry association and worldwide authority on automatic identification 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.  Serving members in 43 countries for 35 years, the association has developed key technical specifications and guidelines that support the use of automatic identification technologies.

AIM Global has an active educational focus, providing accurate and unbiased information on data collection technology.  As part of its educational outreach, AIM Global publishes "RFID Connections" and "AIM Connections," the industry's oldest and most respected e-newsletters on RFID and automatic data collection.

For more information about AIM Global and its members and services, please visit www.aimglobal.org or www.rfid.org.

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