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Aerospace Companies in RFID Pilot to Keep Track of Moving, Tagged Items

Two aerospace companies have been testing radio frequency identification solutions enabling the creation of a wireless mesh network of battery-powered tags that can identify the locations of moving, tagged items, and be reconfigured quickly if the layout of their facilities changes.

Aerospace Companies in RFID Pilot to Keep Track of Moving, Tagged Items

The RFID solutions, supplied by aerospace industry systems integrator ID Integration, include V-Tags and AssetWorx! software from InfinID Technologies, based in Pasadena, Calif. One company has completed its pilot and is integrating the solution into its production system, while the second is still trialing the technology. The two aerospace firms have asked to remain unnamed.

Based on the early successes with the two pilots, ID Integration says it has released the V-Tag solution for commercial deployment, which it will provide to aerospace and government customers. InfinID has also begun selling its V-Tag system to customers in other sectors, such as health care and military.

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The RFID solutions, supplied by aerospace industry systems integrator ID Integration, include V-Tags and AssetWorx! software from InfinID Technologies, based in Pasadena, Calif. One company has completed its pilot and is integrating the solution into its production system, while the second is still trialing the technology. The two aerospace firms have asked to remain unnamed.

Based on the early successes with the two pilots, ID Integration says it has released the V-Tag solution for commercial deployment, which it will provide to aerospace and government customers. InfinID has also begun selling its V-Tag system to customers in other sectors, such as health care and military.

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Aerospace Companies in RFID Pilot to Keep Track of Moving, Tagged Items