RFID Journal covers the role RFID is playing at Boeing, Airbus, commercial airlines and the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as in tracking assets and ensuring homeland security.
Swedish Armed Forces Completes Tests of RFID to Track Uniforms, Shipments
The military's logistics and materiel divisions have finished testing both active and passive tags, with deployment dates yet to be determined.
Aerospace Case Studies
Boeing Program Automates Aircraft Maintenance Tasks
RFID Integrated Solutions, certified by the FAA, promises to help airlines save labor, time and money.
RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 Report, Part 2
At RFID Journal's 11th annual conference and exhibition, attendees learned how to employ radio frequency identification to track and manage a variety of assets. View the presentations from the event's main conference track and solution-provider sessions, as well as the RFID Journal Awards finalists.
Aerospace Editor's Notes
Not Knowing Is the Hardest Part
Whether you are trying to locate lost luggage or a shipment of critical parts, the lack of visibility prevents you from making contingency plans.
Aerospace Expert Views
Demystifying the "Low Memory" of Aviation's Low-Memory Tags
Tego's CTO explains why most aviation applications will require at least 2 kilobits.
Aerospace Best Practices
RFID and the Road to Recovery
History tells us that businesses that spend wisely on technology projects during recessions weather the economic crisis and come out on top. Here are seven RFID applications that can save you money now—and make you more competitive for years to come.
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