Automatic identification industry to recognise its finest
Apr 29, 2010 Comments (0)
Established in 1984, the Dilling Award is the highest award given in the Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) industry. It is presented to executives, scientists, and engineers in recognition of outstanding contributions that have furthered the growth of the industry through important applications and new technological developments.
The Percival Award was established in 1982 to honour Don Percival, an early founder and pioneer in the development of barcode scanning. The Award is co-sponsored by the SCAN-Data Capture Report and AIM. The award is presented annually to an individual or organisation from the user community recognising outstanding contributions to the application of automatic identification and data capture technologies.
Named in honor of Ted Williams, an industry innovator, collaborator, and long-time member of the AIM Technical Symbology Committee, the Ted Williams Award is presented annually to a professor or student in recognition of innovative and exceptional contributions that can further the growth of the automatic identification and mobility industry through his/her work as a teacher, researcher and/or entrepreneur.
Sponsored by AIMs Education and Public Policy (EPP) committee, the annual Excellence in Journalism Award recognises a member of either the print or broadcast media whose unbiased communications contribute to a greater understanding of the automatic identification and mobility industry as a whole.
Nomination forms are available on the AIM website or by calling the AIM office at +1 724-934-4470.
The awards reception and dinner will take place during AIMs inaugural industry event, the AIM Expo, on 3 November at the Hyatt Regency OHare. For more information about the AIM Expo, please visit the event website.
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 35 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. 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