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By Rich Handley

Brady, Vizinex RFID Partner on Aerospace Tags

Brady, a provider of industrial and safety printing solutions, has announced that its SmartID business has partnered with Vizinex RFID to provide its Rigid RFID Tags to the aerospace industry.

The company's Rigid RFID Tag portfolio includes two mount-on-metal tags. The Stik tag offers a slim profile and an average read range of 2.35 meters, and measures 36.4 millimeters by 7 millimeters by 4.4 millimeters. The Nickl tag is designed for smaller parts, with an average read range of 1.5 meters and a measurement of 14 millimeters by 14 millimeters by 5.8 mm. The tags are engineered to meet the ATA Spec-2000 CH 9 Rev 2016.1 requirements for commercial aircraft.

"It has been a pleasure to work with Vizinex RFID on this portfolio," said Matthew Goode, Brady SmartID's commercialization manager, in a prepared statement. "Throughout the entire process, we had an entirely collaborative relationship, and I think the end result is indicative of that. We are eager to begin providing the aerospace industry with a reliable solution for tracking assets that also adheres to its stringent customer requirements."

"We're proud to be involved in the release of the Rigid RFID Tags for aerospace," said Bob Oberle, Vizinex's CTO, in the prepared statement. "Our partnership with Brady SmartID allows us to take the strengths of both of our companies and combine them to offer a broad portfolio of RFID tags."

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