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  • Copenhagen Airport Pilots RFID Tags for Passengers

    The airport is testing a system combining active RFID and Bluetooth technologies to create a detailed flow map of passenger traffic through the terminal, enabling it to reduce delays and improve its layout.

  • Airbus Sheds Light on Its Ambitious RFID Program

    Airbus was the featured presenter during a webinar yesterday that provided an inside look at the aircraft manufacturer's RFID deployment, which has become one of Europe's most high-profile. A wide variety of topics were covered, but this article provides the key takeaways.

  • Baggage-Tagging Projects Gaining Altitude

    Hong Kong and Las Vegas airports are upgrading and ramping up their RFID bag-tagging efforts.

  • Airbus Trials Showing Strong Results

    The aircraft manufacturer has decided to permanently roll out an RFID application for tracking jigs, and has also launched other RFID pilots for tracking work orders and tools.

  • IBM and OAT Land Multi-Million Dollar RFID Contract

    Airbus has selected IBM and OATSystems to deliver a software platform upon which the aircraft manufacturer's ambitious RFID deployment will run. While financial specifics were not disclosed in the announcement, the companies did characterize it as "the manufacturing industry's single largest RFID software transaction to date."

  • New Alien RFID Chip Adds Memory, Security, Performance

    Alien Technology introduced a Gen2-compliant RFID chip with 512 bits of user-programmable memory. Alien's new H3 Higgs chip also offers password protection for reading and writing. The company claims the chip is 25 percent more sensitive than previous-generation products, providing improved performance and read range.

  • Lockheed Martin Uses RFID to Help Track Stealth Fighter

    Lockheed Martin asked suppliers to its Joint Strike Fighter aircraft program to apply RFID labels to shipments by the end of 2008 and suggested RFID tagging requirements could be expanded to other suppliers. The Joint Strike Fighter features cutting-edge stealth and avionics technologies that also features innovation in the procurement process.

  • RFID Journal Announces Winners of Second Annual RFID Journal Awards

    Airbus, Agence Métropolitaine de Transport, Interface receive top honors; 10 finalists selected for Best in Show award; winner to be selected at RFID Journal LIVE! 2008.

  • Tyco Electronics Uses Wi-Fi for Trailer Tracking

    The electronic products manufacturer is using OATSystems software and its existing Wi-Fi access points to track truck trailers with active tags at its distribution center.

  • Emirates RFID Bag-Tracking Pilot Takes Off

    The airline is using EPC RFID tags to track luggage on flights to and from airports in Dubai, London and Hong Kong, which recently RFID-enabled all its check-in counters.

  • Intercontinental RFID Baggage Tagging Trial Launches

    Emirates Airline will simultaneously test RFID baggage tracking systems at airports in Dubai, London, and Hong Kong. The six-month trial is expected to include 500,000 passenger bags and is viewed as a catalyst for airport adoption.

  • GE-Aviation Moves Tote-Tracking Pilot to Production

    The company has streamlined its shipping and receiving process for parts kits used in the production of commercial aircraft engines.

  • Orbit One Launches Satellite-Based RFID Service

    The company's battery-powered RFID tags transmit GPS and sensor data via a constellation of low earth orbit satellites, enabling users to know an asset's exact location and status at all times.

  • Florida Guards Against Leaks in Hydrogen-powered Vehicles

    In cooperation with the state's government, University of Florida researchers installed wireless sensors where the vehicles are stored. The system measures any hydrogen gas escaping from fuel cells, then transmits that data in real time.

  • Boeing Approves Intelleflex Chip, Weighs Higher-Memory Fujitsu Tag

    With the silicon needed for a 64-kilobit parts tag finally ready, the company is getting closer to achieving its vision for a parts-tagged plane.

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