Lyngsoe's Ferguson Joins AIM Board
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Ferguson Joins AIM Board of Directors
Executive of Lyngsoe Systems Ltd. Brings Extensive
Township, PA | July 28, 2015 – AIM, the international industry
association and recognized authority on innovation and technologies in
automatic identification and data capture (AIDC), including barcode, RFID,
RTLS, NFC and the Internet of Things (IoT), announced today the appointment of
Donald H. Ferguson to the Board of Directors for AIM, Inc.
Ferguson has been President of Lyngsoe Systems Ltd., based in Toronto,
Ontario, Canada, since it was established in 2001 by its parent company headquartered
in Denmark. In Canada, Lyngsoe Systems
Ltd. operates a radio frequency identification (RFID) test centre and R&D facility, which is considered as one of the leading RFID innovators
in the world. In his current role, he is responsible for all
aspects of strategic, operational and business development.
is with great pleasure that we welcome Don to the AIM Board,” said Mary Lou
Bosco, Chief Operating Officer of AIM, Inc. "His expertise in the application
of RFID, along with his experience with international markets, will be a
significant asset not only to the AIM Board, but all of our member companies
around the world.”
his career spanning more than 25 years, Mr. Ferguson has been a leader in
product design, implementation and strategic planning related to RFID. His work has contributed to multiple patents
related to RFID and he has been instrumental in the design and installation of
one of the world’s largest RFID networks – stretching across 55 countries –
which tracks mail flows globally.
graduate of Ryerson University with a degree in electronic engineering, Mr.
Ferguson has served as Chair of the Canadian Advisory Committee to JTC1/SC31
since 2004, in addition to active memberships with the Mississauga Board of
Trade and the IEEE. Prior to joining
Lyngsoe, he held executive positions with Kasten Chase Applied Research, Disys
Corporation and Dicon Systems Ltd.