AIM Inc. Announces New Technical Symbology Committee Members for 2004-2005

PITTSBURGH, PA – AIM, Inc. announced the newly elected members of the Technical Symbology Committee (TSC) for 2004 - 2005.

The Technical Symbology Committee of AIM is chartered to create specifications for symbologies used by companies around the world and is one of the longest standing committees in the AIM organization. The TSC members are nominated and elected by the members of AIM for their technical expertise in the world of bar code symbologies. The term of the membership is two years.

The following people have been elected to the committee for a two-year period commencing on 1 January 2004.

Mr. John Kessler, Paxar Corporation

Mr. Andy Longacre, HHP

Mr. Heinrich Oehlmann, EuroData Council

Mr. Yuji Tsujimoto, TD Scan

Meetings of the TSC are open to anyone who wishes to attend, however, the bulk of the work in creating the various symbology specifications falls to the expert team of the TSC. The above members join the 2003 - 2004 team members of:

Mr. Sprague Ackley, Intermec Technologies

Dr. Clive Hohberger, Zebra Technologies

Mr. Rick Schuessler, Symbol Technologies

The TSC meets four to six times a year, in various locations around the world, typically for two days at each meeting. Sponsored by their companies, the members of the committee ensure that the best possible specifications are created for bar code symbologies.

Without the support of people like the members of the TSC and the added support of their companies, AIM would not be able to create the bar code symbology specifications that are so widely used around the world.

AIM Inc. is the global trade association and recognized worldwide authority on automatic identification, data collection and networking in a mobile environment. AIM members are providers and users of technologies, systems and services that capture, manage and integrate accurate data into larger information management systems. As a not-for-profit industry organization, AIM's mission is to stimulate the understanding, adoption and use of technology by providing timely, unbiased and commercial-free news and information. For more information, contact the AIM office at AIM Inc., 125 Warrendale-Bayne Rd., Ste. 100, Warrendale, PA 15086, telephone +1-724-934-4470 or fax +1-724-934-4495. For direct online access to AIDC information or additional support, access the AIM Web site at http://www.aimglobal.org or http://www.rfid.org

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