There are many aerospace industry RFID standards (ATA Spec 2000, SAE AS5678), industry programs (part and component tracking for Airbus and Boeing, the DoD Unique Identification/UID) and applications (flyable parts tracking, materials management, lifetime traceability, MRO, work-in-process tracking). Whatever the use case, aerospace manufacturers, suppliers and maintenance organizations share some common requirements: they need industry-standard RFID tags that provide exceptional reliability in challenging environments.

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Safe and efficient healthcare depends on maintaining accuracy at all points in the supply chain, from pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing to patient care. The right RFID solution lets you build safety and traceability into healthcare processes by enabling you to automatically track, monitor and safeguard instruments, equipment, supplies, supplies and staff.

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Energy, Oil and Gas

RFID gives the energy industry the information that fuels efficient production and maintenance processes, and the control to protect safety in remote and hazardous locations. Rugged, reliable and innovative RFID tags can go places where bar codes can’t, which gives technicians, inspectors and other workers the ability to identify assets, check service records and get other information out of extreme environments.

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Information Technology

The modern data center is often filled with racks, servers and uncertainty. IT managers are not sure of all the assets they have or where all there data resides, even though Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the HITECH Act, PCI, HIPAA and other regulations require it.

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Automotive Manufacturing

Information drives automotive manufacturing. Production systems rely on accurate information about assemblies and components to enable just-in-time, just-in-sequence production. ERP systems rely on information from the shop floor and from the supply chain to set production schedules and plan material orders. Lifetime traceability for all parts and components is essential to support efficient service and recall operations.

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In the dynamic world of construction, coordination is top priority. Inclusive in a construction site manager’s daily tasks are the ordering, receiving, handling and distribution of raw materials, tools, and labor. Currently, these tasks are handled using manual tracking with paper manifests, manual data entry in facility and material logs, and perhaps through "mental notes" taken by the construction foreman...

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