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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.

Aerospace Manufacturer Reduces Waste via RFID-based Material Asset Tracker

Plataine says its solution can optimize production in a variety of industries, including furniture and apparel.

Aerospace Case Studies

RFID Helps Rolls-Royce Canada Maintain Jets

The company is tracking an important tool to ensure it is not left inside engines after servicing.

Aerospace Features

RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2014 Report

Last month, RFID Journal held its 10th annual conference and exhibition for the European RFID industry. View the presentations from the event.

Aerospace Editor's Notes

Free the People

Workers want to be more efficient, so project managers should show them how RFID can help them break the shackles of the old way of doing things.

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

The Big Picture

Companies large and small must take a strategic approach to deploying RFID enterprisewide, so the technology can solve their current problems and sup­port their long-term goals.

Aerospace Videos

Aerospace White Papers

  • Choosing the Optimum Architecture for UWB RTLS
    Published June 2013
    Real-time locating systems (RTLS) operating in the ultra-wideband domain are becoming more common in many applications, ranging from automated student attendance verification to tool tracking for major aircraft manufacturers. UWB offers many attributes enabling it to provide new capabilities not possible with traditional RTLS technology. Zebra Technologies explains how the choice of UWB RTLS architecture can impact a user's ability to achieve a solid return on investment. (6 pages)
  • Improving Aircraft Maintenance Management Using RFID
    Published May 2013
    Airlines have been late adopters of advanced inventory-management systems, particularly involving AIDC technologies, since aircraft maintenance management is highly industry-specific, considerably regulated and subject to many complexities not present in other industries. With the recent emergence of the U.S Federal Aviation Administration's regulatory airworthiness criteria for flyable RFID, and the recently agreed-upon interoperability data standards, there is now an opportunity for airlines to achieve short- and long-term wins. This essay, from Laminar Aerospace's Marco Andreacchio, outlines how RFID could support a paperless supply chain strategy, and details many key tangible and nontangible benefits for airlines. (7 pages)
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