2106 AIM RFID Case Study Competition winner!
This case study examines how South Metro Fire Rescue Authority used RFID technology in tracking medical supplies at its warehouse and at 17 stations. This has helped reduce waste and improve efficiencies.
Each year, AIM recognizes those who have developed and delivered compelling solutions that contribute to the growth and advancement of innovations and cutting edge technologies in the automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) industry.
The goal is to honor individuals and organizations throughout the global AIDC community that are contributing to the faster adoption of new and innovative technologies, as well as to engage international industry collaboration while sharing success stories around applications commercially available in the marketplace today.
AIM launched its first competition in 2013 with the AIDC Case Study Competition, which focused on areas such as barcode and other types of symbology. In 2014, technologies using radio frequency were also highlighted with the addition of the RFID Case Study Competition.
In 2016, AIM competition fields will expand further with the introduction of another new category — the Internet of Things (IoT)!
In addition to launching new opportunities in 2016, AIM will also streamline the nomination and award selection process. All competitions will be held simultaneously, with winners in each technology category announced as a class.
AIM Case Study Competition winners represent a mix of industry leaders from across the globe, including:
Winners in each competition category will be honored at the annual awards event held during the AIM Summit in the year following selection. In addition, winners will receive special recognition through various media and speaking opportunities to present their winning case study to industry peers.