AIM Promotes Internet of Things (IoT) Activities
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Download press release
AIM Promotes Internet of Things (IoT)
Industry Association Actively Engaged in Identifying
Cranberry Township, PA
– Feb. 21, 2013 – AIM, the industry association and
worldwide authority on bar code, RFID, RTLS and mobile computing, announces a
new white paper from its member companies participating on the Internet of
Things (IoT) committee.
newest white paper talks about how the IoT will influence our everyday life.
Social Internet of Things white paper
talks about the effect of the IoT on our lives as human beings from monitoring
our everyday life (exercise, sleep, etc.) to how we integrate our social
activities with Facebook and other social media. AIM previously published
Healthcare and the Impact of the Internet of Things and
Department of Defense and the Impact of the Internet of Things.
These white papers are available online in AIM's
eStore. AIM expects to publish additional IoT white papers on Smart Homes,
Education, and Automotive in the near future.
in 2011, AIM's IoT committee provides a forum for members to understand and
help shape the rapidly changing landscape of the interconnected world of
products, services, and information. The committee enables participants to lay
the foundation for a smarter, more efficient world using automatic
identification and mobility technology solutions. Leading companies, government
organizations and research universities worldwide have contributed to white
papers detailing where the Internet of Things is taking place and how it is
affecting businesses and consumers.
active participating companies, organizations, and universities include:
Evanhoe & Associates
High Tech Aid Hohberger LLC
Lowry Computer Products Motorola Solutions
Sensormatic Electronics Vossel LLC
IoT Committee also has membership from major universities and other AIM
organizations around the world including:
University of Pittsburgh
University of Tulsa AIM China
"AIM continues to expand its industry leadership role by engaging in emerging
areas of technology, and the Internet of Things is certainly one of those areas,”
stated Chuck Evanhoe, AIM board chairman. "Countries worldwide have been
investing significant resources to define and shape the future Internet and its
interactions for many years, and AIM is uniquely positioned to play a pivotal
role in the education and standards as they pertain to AIDC.”
For information about AIM's
IoT committee, please visit
To get involved in the
IoT committee, contact the AIM office.
information, contact, Diana Bowser or +1
724 742 4470.