Dec 30, 2018The aerospace and defense sector has been increasingly deploying radio frequency identification technologies. Boeing and Airbus have each begun requiring that RFID tags be applied to some parts, and the goal of the entire industry has been to move toward the use of RFID tags on many different components. This follows the long-standing policy of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to use RFID to track shipments of most of the goods it purchases. Thes...
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