AIAG Educates Automakers and Suppliers on Global Standards and the Future
of Automatic Identification Technologies within the Supply Chain
AIAG’s 14th Auto ID Showcase will inform stakeholders about how automatic identification
technologies can be used to improve efficiency for inventory traceability and tracking.
Southfield, MI (Vocus) March 24, 2010 -- In a continuing effort to inform the automotive supply chain on current
and future applications of automatic identification (auto ID) and radio frequency identification (RFID)
technologies, AIAG will hold its 14th Auto ID Showcase on April 22, 2010 at its headquarters in Southfield,
Michigan and online via WebEx.
A highlight of this event will be a presentation by Larry Graham, president, LLG AutoID LLC. and Kang Lee,
sensor development and application group, National Institute of Standards and Technology, on the global future
of Auto-ID and standards around sensors.
Cognex Corp. is the corporate sponsor for the showcase. Other highlights include presentations on international
automatic identification standards, the adoption of RFID in the automotive industry and the new RFID Item-level
standard and the new guideline for direct part marking.
In addition, approximately 10 AIAG member companies will demonstrate solutions in bar code, direct part
marking, shipping labels, RFID and other technologies in the exhibit area.
The complete conference agenda is available online. To register for the showcase, visit the AIAG Web site at
www.aiag.org or contact AIAG’s customer service department at (248) 358-3003.
AIAG is a unique not-for-profit organization where for more than 25 years, OEMs, suppliers, service providers,
government and academia have worked collaboratively to drive cost and complexity from the supply chain via
global standards development and harmonized business practices. AIAG membership has grown to include
preeminent OEMs such as Caterpillar, Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Company,