China’s second-largest oil producer aims to improve safety and efficiency with Xerafy’s RFID pipeline tracking solutions.
PetroChina, China’s second largest oil and gas producer, will use Xerafy’s rugged RFID tags to track oil pipe assets at its Xinjiang Oilfield.
The project will start the deployment with 4,000 Xerafy Dot Wedge RFID tags on oil pipelines at Xinjiang and will use up to 100,000 tags per year over the next five years to improve the pipeline asset and lifecycle management, reduce costs and non-productive time in critical processes as well as risks related to pipeline failures.
Xerfay’s RFID Oil Pipe Tracking Solution at PetroChina’s Xinjiang Oilfield
Slovenia-based TPV Group uses Xerafy’s Roswell tags to track auto parts throughout the production process.
SINGAPORE – (13-June-2018) Xerafy, the global leader powering data through innovation to transform industries and lives, is pleased to announce Slovenian automotive components manufacturer TPV Group has deployed Xerafy’s Roswell rugged RFID tags in their manufacturing process to improve the visibility, accuracy, and efficiency of its production processes.
TPV Group supplies body and chassis assemblies, seats and seat components, engine gaskets, and automated guided vehicle (AGV) solutions to leading automotive manufacturers. The company operates five production sites in Slovenia as well as one in Serbia, and has more than 1,200 employees.
Automated RFID production line to track products through transport and cataphoretic line.
The deployment of a new RFID-based weapons management solution delivers significant reduction in losses.
The Mexico City Police Department will deploy Xerafy Pico and Dot XS on-metal RFID tags for a weapons tracking application that will improve security and accountability of its armories.
Xerafy partner Ofi Equipos PC in Mexico is spearheading the project. The RFID solution was adopted in an effort to address an ongoing problem with the loss of police department weapons.
The Mexico City Police Department
Mecca selected E-vision to deploy its innovative waste collection solution alongside 15,000 rugged RFID tags from Xerafy activated in the field.
Xerafy, the global leader powering data through innovation to transform industries and lives, has announced that Saudi Arabian city Mecca has deployed Xerafy’s Micro X II RFID tags to successfully manage thousands of waste collection bins. Using Xerafy’s rugged tags and a software solution from E-vision, the city now has real-time visibility into its waste collection activities and vehicle fleet.
Mecca was looking for a way to track the status of trash bins as well as the location of its waste collection vehicles.
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