|AIM Case Study Competition | 2016|
2016 Case Study Competition
AIM is looking to recognize those who have developed & delivered cutting edge solutions through the use of automatic identification technologies that provide benefits, enhance perceptions of the industry and contribute to the growth and advancement of automatic identification innovations throughout
the global marketplace.
Winners will be chosen in three (3) distinct categories.
AIDC | Automatic Identification & Data Capture
IoT | Internet of Things (NEW in 2016)
RFID | Radio Frequency Identification
Submission Deadline | Friday, July 29, 2016 | 11:59 PM ET
Please read the complete eligibility guidelines below before submission of Entry Form & Case Study, found below.
Failure to follow guidelines or incomplete submissions are subject to disqualification.
Presentation of the Case Study
Each case study submitted should be presented in an organized document/article that specifically discusses three areas:
Throughout the submission, consider not only the impact on the organization implementing the project but how the resulting capability impacts the organization’s relationships with suppliers and/or customers.
The submission should assume general knowledge of data capture technologies. However, in order to provide maximum value to the widest industry audience possible, it should be written in a manner that would be readable and understood by individuals without advanced technical expertise.
Quotes from actual end-users are welcome, especially quantified statements of benefits.
All submissions must be based on fully functional installations (no pilots).
Entries submitted must certify the following:
AIM Case Study Competition is open to AIM members and non-members, alike.
Multiple entries ~ same or different categories ~ accepted, but must be submitted separately.
Do not include any confidential information! Reviewers will not be under any confidentiality restrictions or NDAs.
Submission of an entry is deemed permission for AIM to publish it on the AIM website as well as in any AIM sanctioned publication(s).
All entries become the property of AIM, Inc.
Entries will be judged by a panel of experts appointed by AIM and evaluated on the following criteria:
All decisions made by the AIM panel of judges are final.
2016 AIM Case Study Competition Winners Receive...
+ Opportunity to present winning case study at AIM Summit 2017 and/or other major industry events
+ Special recognition during AIM Awards international event in Stuttgart, Germany – March 2017
+ Media recognition via AIM news release announcing the winning case studies
+ Featured placement in AIM newsletters, with 20,000+ subscribers
+ Opportunity to present winning case study via AIM Virtual Events, which may include interviews, podcasts or webinars
+ Prominent placement on AIM’s website
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Entry Form | 2016 AIM Case Study Competition
Submission Deadline | Friday, July 29, 2016 | 11:59 PM Eastern Time
10/5/2016 » 10/6/2016
RFID in Retail & Apparel