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RFID Helps Aerospace Factories Manage Small Parts
Supplier City Solutions' system is designed to help workers easily identify which bins require replenishing, thereby ensuring that no parts run out when needed on the production floor.
The system can automatically identify which lot and batch numbers of small parts or liquids were used in the manufacture of an aircraft, since it knows when the bin or container was replenished. The user can then correlate that information with the aircraft or part being built.
With the systems, SCS sells the customer the handheld reader and RFID tags, charging a monthly access fee for software. If a customer wants the technology to be integrated with its own management software, Grason says, it can buy the software for use in house as well.
In addition, the company is currently in discussions with potential customers in the health-care industry to use the RFID-enabled bins for tracking items used in patient care.
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