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  High Tech Aid announces changes in the High Tech AIDCourier

High Tech Aid announces changes in the High Tech AIDCourier
Newsletter merged with i3World Express.



PITTSBURGH, November 8, 2002, – High Tech Aid announced today that the High Tech AIDCourier, a free monthly newsletter has merged with the i3World Express newsletter to create a publication with far greater reach and improved content.

The High Tech AIDCourier, which has been published since May 2002, contains information of interest to anyone who uses or intends to use Automatic Identification and Data Capture technologies. The electronic newsletter has covered technology topics from biometrics to bar code to RFID and has also had news of other key issues such as Homeland Security, Intellectual Property, and Personal Identification.

"Merging the AIDCourier with the i3World Express newsletter has given me the chance to enhance the content in the newsletter", said Steve Halliday, president of High Tech Aid. "The goals of i3World are in line with those of High Tech Aid, to provide a readily available source of information and education for those people that are implementing the traditional AIDC technologies as well as the newer ones such as biometrics, positioning systems, and sensory technologies."

i3World is an organization which brings together a world wide partnership of companies, planning many international events and activities, and releasing educational publications and literature. Membership in the organization is open to any company that is interested in learning more about the Integrated Item-Intelligent World ... a world of interlinking technologies for the smarter management of things. In partnership with the Technology Innovation Centre's (tic), Centre for Automatic Identification and Intelligent Systems at the University of Central England (UCE), i3World is working to answer the questions: "What? Why? When? Where? and How?" for the smarter management of things. 

Halliday will be the editor of the newsletter which will continue to be free until early in 2003. Details on joining i3World or subscribing to the newsletter can be found on the High Tech AID web site at www.hightechaid.com. The full details of the i3World organization can be found at www.i3world.org

High Tech Aid is a consulting company providing services in the areas of education, training, and standards for the AIDC industry. High Tech Aid can be contacted as follows:

High Tech Aid
410 Banbury Crossing
Gibsonia, PA 15044
+1 724 443 7518
http://www.hightechaid.com