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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.

Hybrid RFID and Bar-Code Reader Aims to Smooth IATA Resolution Transition for Airlines

With IATA Resolution 753 for tagged baggage on all flights, airlines globally are making the move to incorporate RFID into their baggage-handling systems, while still using the existing bar-coding systems, and FEIG Electronic is selling its ECCO+ as an enabling technology.

Aerospace Case Studies

RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2018 Report

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RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2018 Report

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Aerospace Editor's Notes

RFID Data Equals Business Intelligence

Delta Air Lines finds that information provided by RFID regarding life vests, emergency equipment and oxygen canisters enables it to plan more effectively and make better business decisions.

Aerospace Expert Views

Using RFID Technology to Prevent Unauthorized Copying of 3D-Printed Objects

The impact of this unique manufacturing technology is likely soon to be felt by industries worldwide.

Aerospace Best Practices

RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2018 Report

View the presentations from RFID Journal's recent conference and exhibition, held in Arlington, Va.

Aerospace How To Articles

RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2018 Report

View the presentations from RFID Journal's recent conference and exhibition, held in Arlington, Va.

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Aerospace White Papers

  • Baggage-Handling Models That Can Help the Implementation of IATA Resolution 753
    Published February 2016
    Resolution 753 regarding airline baggage tracking will go into effect in June 2018, mandating that all IATA members maintain an accurate inventory of luggage by monitor¬ing its acquisition and delivery. Beumer Group's Kim Madsen discusses the resolution's aim, what it means for airlines and airports, how RFID and other technologies can be implemented, the minimum requirements, physical challenges and more. (4 pages)
  • 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)
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