HAECO Selects Xerafy to Provide MRO Tool Management Solution

HAECO will be presenting at RFID Journal LIVE! 2018 how Xerafy’s RFID Tool Management Solution helps improve the speed and accuracy of MRO tool tracking processes by 85 percent.

SINGAPORE – (10 Aprill 2018) Xerafy, the global leader and innovator of Gen2 passive UHF RFID metal tags, has been selected by Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company (HAECO), one of the world’s leading independent aircraft engineering and maintenance companies, to implement full tool management solutions and prevent occurrences of Foreign Object Detection (FOD).

HAECO selected Xerafy because of strong referrals from the aviation industry as well as the strong market experience and capabilities the company has demonstrated in RFID tool tracking management for MRO and FOD.

HAECO provides maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for more than 200 aircrafts each year. Since its inception in 1950, the company has continuously grown to become one of the largest players in the fast-growing global aircraft MRO market, value in excess of USD 67 billion. Over the next ten years, the Asia Pacific and China market will see the fastest and largest global MRO demand growth and spend.

With MRO companies eager to increase efficiency and productivity, HAECO’s Patrick Wong, Executive General Manager, Line Services and his teams leveraged their operational experience and best practices to identify how combining data and technology can deliver significant improvements.


Patrick Wong, Executive General Manager, Line Services – HAECO

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Japan’s MES Improves Manufacturing Visibility and Efficiency with Xerafy RFID Technology

The Japanese manufacturer has deployed thousands of Xerafy Metal Skin RFID tags at its Oita Works facility to create visibility in its WIP Management.

SINGAPORE – (28 March 2018) Xerafy, the global leader in automated passive UHF RFID data capture in harsh environments, has announced that Japan’s Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES), a global engineering company that specializes in marine vessels, energy systems, and infrastructure, is implementing Xerafy’s Mercury Metal Skin RFID labels at its MES Oita Works facility for its work-in-process (WIP) management.


MES Oita Works

The MES Oita Works facility produces material handling equipment, including container cranes, gantry cranes, overhead cranes, jib cranes, ship’s cranes, and other machines. These cranes include tens of thousands of parts, many of which are produced at vendor factories.

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China’s CNOOC To Support Its Ambitious Offshore Output Targets With Xerafy Technology

Xerafy has been selected by China’s largest offshore oil producer to deploy its drill pipe management technology.

SINGAPORE – (21 March 2018) Xerafy, the global leader in automated passive UHF RFID data capture in harsh environments, today announced that China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), the largest offshore oil and gas producer in China, has selected Xerafy’s RFID technology for tracking and managing drill pipes.

COSL drinning PlarformCOSL drilling platform (Photo / Xinhua)

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Airline Cuts Inventory Time 80 percent with Xerafy Automated Inventory Solution

Sichuan Airlines deploys Xerafy solution to track 60,000 assets in SAP.

SINGAPORE – (31 January 2018) Xerafy, the global leader and innovator of Gen2 passive UHF RFID metal tags, today announced that it has implemented its Automated Inventory Solution to help Sichuan Airlines track and manage more than 60,000 items for warehouse management and on board the aircrafts.PR_Picture1

Storage of high-value items at Sichuan Airlines Warehouse  at
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Xerafy Shortlisted at Alconics Awards for Best AI Application in Healthcare

Xerafy Ltd. has been shortlisted for Best AI Application in Healthcare at the AIconics awards, the world’s only independently-judged awards celebrating Artificial Intelligence for Business, which are being announced at The AI Summit San Francisco.
Other companies shortlisted this year include PwC, Sapient Razorfish and Zendesk, in various categories.Following the significant advances made in recent AI technologies and applications in 2017, the AIconics awards was at its most competitive, with over 300 entries across the 10 awards.

Following is a Question & Answer session with Michel Gillmann, Marketing Director for Xerafy, about how AI is coming to healthcare providers.

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