Experience shows that when it comes to MRO, Supply Chain or On-Board, meeting industry standards alone is not enough: The key success factor is to identify and meet the specific operational requirements.
In Part 3 of this RFID for Aviation series, Xerafy takes a look back at learnings from recent implementations for clients in the Aviation industry.
Hong Hong – Xerafy, the global leader in the development of on-metal tags, today announced it has expanded its RAIN RFID product line with the launch of the new Container Trak RFID tag. The company also upgraded its existing Cargo Trak and Versa Trak RAIN RFID products.
Xerafy will officially debut the new RAIN RFID tags at the RFID Tomorrow conference in Dusseldorf Sept. 27 – 28.
The new additions to the Trak Series are more versatile, accommodate multiple attachment methods, and are suited for a wider variety of applications. The upgrade increases read ranges across the Trak Series, providing long-range performance in a smaller form factor than the competing products. Continue reading
Pervasive RAIN RFID based tracking solutions are replacing barcodes and other manual processes to help hospitals spend less on asset management and purchasing, make patients safer, and improve efficiency.
Hospitals and other healthcare providers are pressured not only to improve quality of care, but also to increase the accuracy of their documentation. And they must do this while driving costs out of their operations. This pressure is coming from payers (both private and public) and regulators, and will only increase as more organizations adopt value-based reimbursement models.
RFID systems don’t have to take years to generate a return on investment in aviation applications. By leveraging the technology across multiple applications, airlines, suppliers and manufacturers can quickly generate a positive ROI.
In Part 2 of this RFID for Aviation series, Xerafy takes a look back at how applications for RFID increasingly deliver operational performances to the Aviation industry.
Many companies used to be concerned about exactly how long it will take RFID technology to provide tangible benefits and a positive return on investment (ROI). In fact, some companies still believe that RFID solutions will take many years to provide an opportunity to recoup their costs.