HARMON, Marsha
Q.E.D. SYSTEMS
3963 Highlands Lane, SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
Phone: 319-364-0212
Phone: Mobile: 319-533-3663
marsha.harmon@qed.org
Since 1990, Marsha A. Harmon has served as the vice-president of QED Systems, an organization providing standards development, as well as educational, advisory, and systems design services; focusing primarily on electronic commerce/business technologies, including the disciplines of bar code technology, two-dimensional symbols, electronic data interchange (EDI), radio-frequency communications, radio-frequency identification and real time locating systems. EXPERTISE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS " Project Coordinator to the 1999-2000 United States Department of Defense AHRIST (Hazardous Material Tracking) Project. " Active participant in the development of the United States Department of Defense AHRIST (Hazardous Material Tracking) Test Plan. " Project Coordinator for the 1994 AIAG 2D Symbology Project to select two-dimensional symbologies for use in the North American Automotive Industry. " Project Coordinator for the QR Code revision of the AIAG B-13 White Paper on Two-dimensional Symbologies. " Secretary and active Committee Member to the Automotive Industry Action Group's (AIAG) Logistics Project Team, Automatic Identification Data Collection (AIDC) Work Group and 2D Direct Part Marking Sub-Committee (AI2D) developing the AIAG standards for Shipping Labels, Product Identification, and Two-Dimensional (2D) symbologies. " Secretary, document coordinator and active Committee Member of the U.S. Delegation to the Global Transport Label Committee developing a worldwide standard for an automotive Shipping Label. " Recipient of the AIAG Outstanding Achievement Award in 2001 and 2002. " Secretary and Project Editor of INCITS T20 committee currently developing a standard for Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS). " Editor, A White Paper on Two-Dimensional Symbols, published by Vision Systems - 1996. This white paper is the most authoritative discussion of two-dimensional symbols, their applications, and how to select symbols for various applications. " U.S. Expert to ISO TC 104 developing international RF tag standards for Freight Containers and Container Seals. " Active Member of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) ASC MH 10/SC 8 developing U.S. national standardization of machine-readable media on transport units. ANSI MH10 is the U.S. TAG to TC 122 for work including bar codes, two-dimensional symbols, and RF tags for unit loads and transport packages. " Active Member of ANSI MH10.8.2 Data Application Identifier Standard, developing and maintaining worldwide standardization for data element identification, information technology and terminology. " U.S. Expert to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31 Automatic Data Capture Subcommittee developing a single JTC 1 subcommittee home for international automatic data collection standards. " U.S. Expert to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31/WG 4 developing international standardization of RF tags for Item Management. " Active Member of the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31 U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) developing U.S. positions on international automatic data collection standards. " Active Member of the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31 U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG), Task Group 4, developing U.S. positions on the international standardization of RF tags for Item Management.