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AIM Global Taps Industry Leaders

Industry Association Elects Six Executives to Board of Directors

Feb 13, 2008

WARRENDALE, PA (February 13, 2008) - AIM Global, the trade association recognized as the worldwide authority on automatic identification and mobility, today announced the election of six members to its 16-member Board of Directors. New Board members are Norbert Dawalibi of Sirit Inc., Matt Schler of Datalogic Scanning, and Rick Schuessler of Motorola. Julie England of Texas Instruments, Clive Hohberger of Zebra Technologies, and Michael Lowry of Lowry Computer Products were re-elected to second terms.
As a not-for-profit industry organization, AIM Global's mission is to expand the understanding, adoption and use of data collection technology by driving international standards, providing timely, unbiased and commercial-free news and educational resources. Board representatives are elected by the AIM Global membership for a two-year term.
The current board also includes executives from ACURA Technologies, ADC Technologies, Avery Dennison, FEIG Electronic, Hand Held Products, Intermec, LXE, NXP, and Psion Teklogix.
"Automatic identification and data collection technologies continue to revolutionize how business is conducted, from the emergence of wireless mobile computing and RFID (radio frequency identification) to sophisticated 2D bar code systems," said AIM Global president Dan Mullen. "Data collection technology and mobile computing touches every enterprise, from healthcare to industrial manufacturing and beyond. This impressive slate of industry executives is a testament to the leadership of these companies and their willingness to invest the resources required to grow the market for automatic identification and mobility solutions."
Newly elected AIM Global Board Members:

  • Norbert Dawalibi, President and CEO, Sirit Inc. (TSX:SI)
  • Julie Spicer England, Vice President, Texas Instruments, Inc., General Manager, RFid Systems
  • Clive Hohberger, Corporate Vice President, Technology Development, Zebra Technologies
  • Michael Lowry, President and CEO, Lowry Computer Products Inc.
  • Matt Schler, Vice President and General Manager, Fixed Position Retail Scanning, Datalogic Scanning
  • Rick Schuessler, Chief Technology Officer-Standards, Enterprise Mobility Business unit of Motorola