Cable Maker Shines Light on Products with RFID

By Claire Swedberg

The First Electronics Corp. is using A2B Tracking's RFID technology to locate 10,000 cables under assembly, thus reducing manual search times while improving manufacturing efficiency.

Cable manufacturer  The First Electronics Corp. (FEC) has gained full visibility into its work-in-progress (WIP), including as many as 10,000 cables in the assembly process at any given time, thanks to a UHF RFID solution. The system, known as the A2B Tracking Platform, is an RFID asset-management and inventory-control system provided by  A2B Tracking. The solution enables the company to locate products on the assembly floor by viewing a dashboard....

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