Lyngsoe Systems is a member of AIM Global and AIM Denmark.
AIM is a global trade association comprising providers of components, networks, systems, and services that manage the collection and integration of data with information management systems. Serving more than 900 members in 43 countries, AIM is dedicated to accelerating the growth and use of AIDC technologies and services around the world.
GS1 focuses on standards to enhance efficiencies in the supply chain. Lyngsoe Systems is a member of GS1 and participates in the development of standards as it relates to RFID and the needs within our different communities. Currently, work is focused on compliance standards as it relates to the introduction of Gen2 V2 Passive RFID secure tag technology. Lyngsoe Systems participates in meetings to ensure the needs of all our business units.
Lyngsoe Systems is a proud member of the The LoRa Alliance™. The LoRa Alliance™ is an open, non-profit association of members that believes the internet of things era is now. It was initiated by industry leaders with a mission to standardize Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) being deployed around the world to enable Internet of Things (IoT), machine-to-machine (M2M), and smart city, and industrial applications. The Alliance members will collaborate to drive the global success of the LoRa protocol (LoRaWAN), by sharing knowledge and experience to guarantee interoperability between operators in one open global standard.
Lyngsoe Systems is a member of IATA's strategic partnership program. The Program is a platform to build as well as strengthen relationships with key industry stakeholders. Through our participation in various IATA work groups, we gain a unique insight into airlines’ priorities and working together with IATA in serving the air transport industry.
Lyngsoe Systems is a charter member of RAIN RFID. RAIN RFID promotes awareness, education, and initiatives to accelerate UHF RFID adoption in business and consumer applications worldwide. It delivers focused messaging about the benefits of UHF RFID to end users companies and consumers alike.
RAIN uses the GS1 UHF Gen2 protocol which ISO/IEC has standardized as 18000-63. The word RAIN—an acronym derived from RAdio frequency IdentificatioN—is intended as a nod to the link between UHF RFID and the cloud, where RFID-based data can be stored, managed and shared via the Internet.
Lyngsoe Systems is an associate member of Airports Council International (ACI). ACI advocates policies and provide services that strengthen the ability of commercial airports to serve their passengers, customers and communities.