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WASHINGTON, DC With the joining of imaging, GNSS, scanning, and software technology, there are few construction sites or farms that don't use automated positioning. O'Connor mandates that every product for every market segment supports the theme of "time": saving it by increasing productivity, minimizing a project's disruptive footprint, and reducing use of renewable and non-renewable resources.
As a result of his life-long accomplishments, O'Connor was selected to the 2013 AEM Hall of Fame, an achievement he says was one of the proudest in his career.
If you know an off-road equipment industry leader who consistently delivers superior results and goes above and beyond to move the industry forward, nominate them to the AEM Hall of Fame. Nominations are now open for off-road equipment industry frontrunners whose innovations, ideas and leadership have contributed significantly to the growth and strength of the industry.
"To be recognized by the association speaks volumes," said Davidson. "It's an election by your peers that you've done or accomplished something significant in your life and that was a very important moment for me.
To nominate an industry leader to the AEM Hall of Fame, complete the form by Monday, June 6. Nominations are evaluated by an independent panel of industry experts from the construction and agriculture sectors.
Who should be nominated?
Anyone, living or deceased, who has made noteworthy and specific contributions to the following sectors of the off-road equipment industry is eligible:
How are candidates evaluated?
Inductees into the AEM Hall of Fame should exemplify five guiding principles:
Corporate Citizenship/Social Responsibility
Since its inception in 1993, over 50 industry leaders have been inducted into the AEM Hall of Fame. The 2016 class of inductees will be honored at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers' Annual Conference at the Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, California on November 18.