High Tech Aid can help
What we do?
High Tech Aid is a consulting company
providing information, education and training on all aspects of
Automatic Identification and Data Capture including the
We work with Manufacturers, VARs, System
Integrators and Users of AIDC (Automatic Identification and Data
Capture) technologies to provide the information and resources
they need to make informed decisions about their involvement
with these technologies.
What is AIDC?
What are standards?
We can provide education and training at
your facility or we can provide speakers for your conference.
Call to discuss your needs.
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Other Web Sites
High Tech Aid now manages several new web
sites with information about AIDC and standards. Please visit:
We now offer technology independent Asset Tracking solutions from document management to large scale assets.
to learn how our web based software solution can provide you with the asset tracking solution you need.
Call or email to discuss your needs.
or phone at +1 724 443-7518
Who are we?
Steve Halliday is President of High Tech
Aid a Pittsburgh, PA USA based consulting company. High Tech Aid
specializes in consulting for the Automatic Identification and
Data Capture industry, providing information on standardization
as well as education and training.
Steve was previously vice president,
technology for AIM Inc. (AIM), a trade association for
manufacturers, consultants, systems integrators, and users
involved in automatic identification and data capture. He was
responsible for all technology aspects for the trade association
on a global basis.
Steve has had numerous papers and articles
published on technology subjects. He was the editor/publisher of
RFID News, an electronic newsletter for the RFID community. He
is currently the chairman of the SC31 committee responsible for
creating RFID air interface standards and is the vice-chairman for
the United States Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO/IEC
JTC1/SC31, Automatic Identification and Data Capture Techniques.
He is co-chair of the GS1 EPCglobal Technical Standards
Committee, and co-chair of the GS1 EPCglobal Hardware group. He has also served as the Vice-Chair for the ANSI committee on
Identification Cards, the Secretary for the ANSI Magnetic Stripe
committee, and he is a regular attendee at ISO meetings.
Steve is the 2010 winner of the Richard R.
Dilling Award for outstanding contributions to the AIDC industry
Steve can be contacted by email at
phone at +1 724 443-7518