Education: InsightU and The Center For Auto ID at Ohio University
Through a relationship with InsightU and The Center for Automatic Identification at Ohio University, SCAN/DCR is pleased to provide information that will help you define, design, and use AIDC technology.Here you will find information aboutsome specific applicationstandards and other information ine-books, self-directedon line education and information about livetelephone conferences.
High Tech Aid
410 Banbury Crossing
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Contact: Steve Halliday, President
High Tech Aid is a consulting company specializing in AIDC (Automatic Identification and Data Collection). Our goal is to provide you with the web site and the service that have the answers on education, training, and standards. If you are interested in RFID, bar code, magnetic stripe, smart card, biometrics, or other AIDC technology, if you need information about AIDC standards, then we may have the answer.
Craig K. Harmon, President * Marsha A. Harmon, Vice-President
Mail: P.O. Box 2524, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406-2524 USA
Courier: 3963 Highlands Lane, SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52403-2140 USA
Voice: +1 319/364-0212 * Telefax: +1 319/365-8814
Mobile (U.S. & International): +1 319/533-8092
Email (Craig): (Primary) email@example.com * (Alternate) firstname.lastname@example.org
Email (Marsha): (Primary) email@example.com* (Alternate) firstname.lastname@example.org
Q.E.D. Systems, established in 1981, is an organization that provides standards development, educational, advisory, and systems design services; focusing primarily on electronic commerce/business technologies, including the disciplines of bar code technology, two-dimensional symbols, electronic data interchange (EDI), biometrics, radio-frequency communications, and radio-frequency identification. Q.E.D. Systems provides the content for www.autoid.org and www.qed.org. The organization provides leadership roles in ISO TC 104 (Freight Containers), ISO TC 122 (Packaging), the 122/104 Joint Working Group (Supply Chain Applications of RFID), JTC 1/SC 31 (Automatic Identification and Data Capture Techniques, ANSI ASC INCITS T6 (RFID), ANSI ASC INCITS T20 (Real Time Locating Systems), and ANSI MH 10/SC 8 (Material Handling - Unit Loads and Transport Packages). Q.E.D. Systems is currently assisting the U.S. Department of Defense and NATO in their migration from proprietary to international standards.