AIDC 100 is a not-for-profit, self-sustaining, non-political, international organization of automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) professionals and others who have significantly contributed to the growth and advancement of the industry.

The organization is a technical and business resource - with emphasis on education - whose primary goal is to enlarge the business community's knowledge and understanding of AIDC.

AIDC 100 and Stony Brook University
Historical Retrospective

   

Click Here for ADDITIONAL HISTORY OF AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION

 

AIDC Timeline:

Paul Bergé of PBI International has created a TIMELINE © for a significant portion of the Automatic Identification Industry from 1968 through 2014. A picture is worth a thousand words. This TIMELINE does an incredible job of showing many of the companies that have been involved and how they have consolidated over time. A must see for anyone in this industry.

CLICK HERE to see an expanded version.

AIDC 100 Leadership Council Officers:

David Allais, President
David Allais, Chairman


Jane Yallum, President

Paula Giovannetti, Vice-President
Paula Giovannetti, Vice-President


Robert Fox, Secretary

Jack Householder, Treasurer
Jack Householder, Treasurer

Paul Bergé, Chairman
Paul Bergé, Past Chairman

Richard Meyers, Chairman Emeritus
Richard Meyers, Chairman Emeritus

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
David Allais

Paul Bergé

Robert Fox

Paula Giovannetti

John Hill

Jack Householder

Richard Meyers

Mark Reboulet

George Wright IV

Stony Brook University is home to the AIDC 100 Special Collections Library. CLICK HERE to learn more about the library and to see current and historical information about the AIDC industry.