42. MICHAEL DI YESO

Key development: Helping to form global networks for data sync and EPC/RFID.What's next: Driving adoption in those areas while developing the expected UCCnet-Transora division.Since its beginning in the early 1970s, GS1 US, Lawrenceville, N.J. -- which formally changed its name from the Uniform Code Council at its U Connect meeting in June -- has had a busy agenda. The standards organization spearheaded

Key development: Helping to form global networks for data sync and EPC/RFID.

What's next: Driving adoption in those areas while developing the expected UCCnet-Transora division.

Since its beginning in the early 1970s, GS1 US, Lawrenceville, N.J. -- which formally changed its name from the Uniform Code Council at its U Connect meeting in June -- has had a busy agenda. The standards organization spearheaded the development of the bar code into the ubiquitous symbol it is to

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