BAE Systems Rolls Out RFID to Gain Asset Visibility

By Claire Swedberg

With a passive UHF RFID system from CodeGate, the company has a view into the locations of its tagged tools as they move into and out of zones, hangars, production areas and storage, thereby ensuring assets are never lost and delays do not occur.

Global defense technology company  BAE Systems has boosted its asset visibility with a UHF RFID solution by automating the capture of tool-location data, thereby reducing the risk of production delays while increasing efficiency. The deployment, still under way, is being provided by Oxfordshire-based software-development company  CodeGate, using RFID tags from  Confidex and overhead RFID reader antennas from  RF Controls, as well as handheld read...

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