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).
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).
Boeing's airplane manufacturing knowledge, as well as our exclusive
relationship with Fujitsu, enables RFID Integrated Solutions with the most
advanced AIT ...
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May 22, 2011 ... "With an RFID tag on a certain panel, you can walk by and point and click and
read ... "If it's smart enough to check your [part] tags and possibly even ... Other
airlines flying Boeing and non-Boeing airplanes could follow and ...
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 ...
Delta Air Lines Uses RFID in MRO and Security Operations ... The airline has
used RFID in its maintenance operation for more than two years, tagging
emergency equipment .... RFID Applications in Boeing Aircraft Production and
Jun 1, 2009 ... LHT is using Motorola MC9090-G handheld readers and XR480 fixed .... For its
part, Boeing has suggested that optimum RFID tag memory ...
May 24, 2012 ... Boeing's RFID Integrated Solutions combines RFID tags and CMBs ... by a reader
/writer using internationally recognized standard radio frequencies. ... According
to Hill, “It's a minor change, an alternate part-marking method.