Boeing uses radio frequency identification, or RFID, to track and manage the
maintenance cycle of essential airplane parts. Using electronic tags attached to ...
Jan 11, 2012—Boeing Commercial Aviation Services is presently awaiting ...
Technology Retrofit package—using Fujitsu's EPC Gen 2 RFID tags. ... Pakistan
Airlines Pakistan International Airlines is also evaluating RFID for its aircraft parts
RFID is an automated identification technology that uses radio frequency ... an
airplane cabin, Boeing's RFID Integrated Solutions system eliminates the need
for ... that a repairable part has been removed and is on its way to the repair shop
Jan 3, 2012 ... Boeing will use Fujitsu's high-capacity 64 kilobyte RFID tag on aircraft "rotable"
parts as part of its maintenance program. (Photo: Fujitsu).
Jun 19, 2015 ... What if every aircraft component incorporated its complete maintenance ... Using
an interrogator, a mechanic could walk through the cabin while the .... Alaska
Airlines implemented Boeing Commercial Aviation Services' RFID ...
Jun 7, 2004 ... Delta, which already has done two tests of RFID devices on luggage, is now ... to
"speak with a single voice" on using RFID technology to track aircraft parts. ... The
additional space is required because Boeing and its airline ...
www.iata.org/whatwedo/ops-infra/Documents/RFID Guidelines -May2013.pdf
tags in all current production aircraft and Boeing has been marketing aftermarket
solutions using RFID for a number of components. It appears that RFID .... RFID
Technology and its potential for the commercial aviation industry. It is a matter of
Aircraft Transition Services. RFID. Integrated Solutions. O P E r A T I O N A l P E
r f O r M A N C E ... Boeing's airplane manufacturing knowledge, as well as our ...
Nov 22, 2004 ... Five years ago, Boeing began using RFID in aircraft tool management and
equipped all of its tools and toolboxes with RFID microchips that ...
Boeing and Fujitsu have worked together to develop a new aircraft ... in response
to Boeing's requirement on potential application of RFID for its aircrafts (B787).