From companies that place RFID tags inside casino gaming chips to firearm manufacturers who must provide tracking for military sniper rifles, AIM serves as the global voice and as a trusted resource in this data-rich world.
Below you'll find links to some useful resources on the AIM website.
The AIM Buyer's Guide presents an A to Z directory of worldwide manufacturers, distributers, integrators and VARs (value-added resellers).
Not finding a solution for your business? Click on the sidebar of the Buyer's Guide page to submit an RFP and connect with industry solution providers.
Are you currently interviewing and evaluating vendors for a project? Need help defining your own requirements and making the best match? Use this evaluation guide and you'll have a short list in no time.
Would you like to see how other companies in your industry have successfully integrated automatic identification and mobility technologies? This case study collection is divided by vertical market, by specific technology and by geographic region.
Get up to speed on bar code, point of sale, and other auto ID and mobile technologies by downloading white papers, case studies and other free resources here. (You'll need to complete a short registration form, first.)
Do you have a project that requires implementing 2D bar codes? Check out this useful article on creating the highest level of error correction when encoding your message.
Stay up to date on changes in RFID technology by reviewing the newsletter archive. You'll find industry analysis, news and current market developments.
Need to see and touch the hardware and software before you sign off on a purchase order? Make plans to attend the AIM Expo, an automatic ID and mobile IT industry showcase, set for September 26-28, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. This cutting-edge cross-vertical show brings together industry experts, vendors and customers. For three days, you can find solutions to your most pressing industry challenges.
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The Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility (AIM), an international trade group, serves as a source of information for a wide range of business technologies and solutions (including bar code and point of sale systems). This family of technologies serves to identify, track, record, store and communicate essential data.