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Airbus and Boeing are introducing RFID in their supply chain. If you do business with either, or both, you need to understand how to meet their tagging requirements—and benefit from the technology internally to maintain your competitive advantage.
By Ari Juels
Mar 03, 2005Plan to join Boeing and Airbus executives as they detail their RFID implementation plans during two critical educational programs. These events will provide you with the information and guidance you need to understand RFID technology and begin an RFID implementation plan of your own.

The 2005 Global Aviation RFID Forum
March 29-30, 2005
Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
Orlando, FL, U.S.A.

RFID in Commercial Aviation
In conjunction with RFID Journal LIVE! 2005
April 10, 2005
Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers
Chicago, IL, U.S.A.

Airbus and Boeing are collaborating to develop common part marking and RFID requirements. They will require Air Transport Association (ATA) SPEC 2000 automated identification and data capture guidelines as a standard commercial practice.
This collaborative effort is leading the way in advancing part marking and automated data collection standardization in Commercial Aviation.

Attend these educational programs so you can harness the benefits of RFID technology:
- Increase the accuracy of parts traceability through information exchanged between the airline industry and suppliers
- Diminish ownership costs by identifying rogue parts and minimizing airline inventories
- Improve airline configuration control by increasing the accuracy of the known
“as-delivered” configuration
- Reduce internal processing and cycle time to solve service-related problems

Details on the 2005 Global Aviation RFID Forum – March 29-30 in Orlando, Fl.
Visit http://www.GlobalAviationRFIDforum.com, or call 1-800-560-1980.

New for this year’s Forum - hear, first-hand, as Boeing and Airbus share their firm RFID requirements and the FAA reports on their RFID Policy! Also learn about recently completed in-service evaluations of RFID technology, discussions on industry concerns - such as interference, certification, and standards – and take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions and discuss next steps directly with Airbus, Boeing and the leading RFID solution providers.

Details on RFID in Commercial Aviation Conference – April 10th in Chicago, Il.
Visit http://www.rfidjournallive.com, or call 510-832-1501
Brought to you by RFID Journal and Mosiac Media Partners

Hear from the people who have real, hands-on experience, network with peers and early adopters at the opening reception, and attend the Keynote address by Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge. What RFID guidelines have Boeing and Airbus established? What internal benefits can suppliers achieve? Examine the business case for the use of RFID by both manufacturers and suppliers and understand the roadmap for RFID implementation within commercial aviation.

Both programs will highlight key industry leaders and RFID experts such as: Air Transport Association, Airbus, Boeing, CODE Plus, Inc., Delta Air Lines, EPCglobal US, Inc., Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Express, IBM Corporation, Michelin America R&D, RFID Journal, Rockwell Collins, Sun Microsystems, and Technology Solutions.

Air Transport Association and Aviation Week & Space Technology Magazine are proud sponsors of these events.
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