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AIDC

(Automatic Identification and Data Collection or Capture) An umbrella term for capturing data about a person or object electronically. It includes scanning of barcodes and alphanumeric codes, by reading magnetic stripes or by wireless means. See barcode, OCR, MICR and RFID.
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Manilal: The AIDC should be seen as a key stakeholder in the South African automotive industry and an entity that will continue to provide high value support.
New advancements in AIDC technology are enabling users to capture and manage accurate, real-time data for a wide range of applications in a variety of industries.
The AIDC is working with communities statewide in the planning of various activities and celebrations.
This volume (Volume 3C) of the 2008 Global AIDC Industry Business Planning Service includes coverage of the Asia-Pacific market for bar code printers.
Hsu indicated that AIDC plans to propose two investment projects for engine housing and maintenance plants to the MOEA, with the project duration scheduled for six years and to start construction from the end of 2013.
In the 1970's, the newly formed AIDC vendors group formed AIM as a product section within the Material Handling Institute.
We think that what the AIDC and the selection committee saw was a genuine desire to work with them as a team and to further the goals they have established.
Francois Mery, Airbus Senior Vice President Aerostructure, Procurement and Tony Liou, AIDC Senior Vice President had inked the deal.
AIDC also won American helicopter maker Bell's repeat orders for H-1 helicopter's tailbooms.
Communication better describes what the various AIDC technologies can provide to their users.
Beginning in 1983, the AIDC became the Arkansas sponsor for the Industrial Materials Exchange Service (IMES), which is a waste exchange operated by the Illinois EPA and the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce.