Ken Koldan will be serving as the Business Development Executive Director. His role is to advocate propagation of AIDC in various industries worldwide through outreach, advocacy, and standards. He will implement AIM’s strategic growth plan as outlined by the AIM and AIM North America Boards.
Ken has over 20 years experience in the AIDC industry ranging from engineer, program management, strategic planning and new market development with both FLEXcon, Motorola, and Accenture. Ken is a member of the AIM North America Board of Directors and Past Chairman of both the UDI Committee for FDA Policy and IUID Committee for DoD Policy.
Also joining the AIM team will be Steve Halliday as the Committee and Standards Coordinator to oversee and advance AIM’s supervisory role in the global standards arena. He will be the staff liaison to AIM's RFID Experts Group (REG), Technical Symbology Committee (TSC), and Internet of Things (IoT) committees. He will also serve as AIM’s resident AIDC expert to address questions as they relate to industry standards, technologies, and applications.
Steve has been a key participant and contributor in the AIDC industry since 1980. He is currently president & founder of High Tech Aid and partner/co-founder of RFIDTraxx LLC. Earlier, Steve was vice president, technology for AIM Inc. where he was responsible for all global technology standards including Magnetic Stripe, Bar Code, Radio Frequency Identification, and Wireless Communication.
“AIM is very pleased to welcome Ken Koldan and Steve Halliday in their new roles,” said Chuck Evanhoe, chairman of the AIM Inc. Board. “Both Steve and Ken have a wealth of knowledge to contribute and tremendous expertise in the AIDC industry. Their direct involvement with our organization will bring incredible business value that will directly benefit our members, our Association, and the AIDC industry as a whole.”
For 40 years, AIM has served as the association and worldwide authority on automatic identification, data collection and networking in a mobile environment. AIM members are manufacturers, distributors, resellers and end-users of bar code, RFID, RTLS and mobile computing solutions. AIM is dedicated to accelerating the growth and use of Automatic Identification and Mobility technologies and services around the world.
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