AIM, the international association and recognized authority on bar code, RFID, and enterprise mobile computing, today announced that a search has begun for a new President.
"The AIM Board and staff wish to express our appreciation to Dan Mullen for his long and loyal service to AIM, and wish him success as he pursues other interests," said Dr. Clive Hohberger, Chairman of the AIM Board of Directors.
"Looking ahead, the AIM Board will seek a vision-oriented individual with strong leadership experience and knowledge of the AIDC industry to enable the Association to grow and to ensure the success of the launch of the AIM Expo 2010."
In the interim, Mary Lou Bosco, AIM COO, will serve as acting Executive Director of AIM until a new president takes office. She can be contacted at [email protected].
Steve Halliday of High Tech Aid has been contracted to oversee all AIM standards activities on an interim basis. Halliday can be contacted at [email protected].
Job requirements for the new president will be posted on the AIM website by mid-December. A full job description and instructions on how to apply will be included.
AIM 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 actively supports the development of AIDC standards through its own Technical Symbology Committee (TSC), North American and Global Standards Advisory Groups, and RFID Experts Group (REG) as well as through participation at the industry, national (ANSI) and international (ISO) levels.
AIM has an active educational focus, providing accurate and unbiased information on data collection technology. As part of its educational outreach, AIM publishes "RFID Connections" and AIM Connections, the industry's oldest and most respected e-newsletters on RFID and automatic data collection.