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Honeywell Aerospace Launches Rfid Rollout
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Honeywell Aerospace, one of the largest parts suppliers to Airbus and Boeing, announced that it has selected TegoView software to improve its supply chain processes and expedite its new RFID parts tagging program. In addition, it has selected well-known integrator ID Integration to perform the installation. This all comes as welcome news for RFID vendors who hope to see more and more industry giants adopting their technologies.
Honeywell is rolling out its RFID tagging program across their aerospace organization. By using TegoView’s workflow, Honeywell is streamlining its parts tagging process and assuring data accuracy on RFID tags being attached to components through efficient database connectivity and defined templates that reduce user input errors.
Airframe manufacturers are requiring their suppliers of repairable, high value parts and systems to attach high memory RFID tags to these assets. This allows all participants in the supply chain to trace the progress of assets and access information stored on them throughout their lifecycle from manufacturing to maintenance.
Timothy Butler, Tego, Inc. president/CEO told us, “This is definitely a big deal. Honeywell Aerospace is going far beyond just meeting an industry spec. It is making changes that will improve efficiency and security. They are using tags with our chips in them, but the software is compatible with any chip/tag that meets the standard. Our software is very applicable to aerospace and other OEMs. It can also be used in 15 different readers, today. “Honeywell has been absolutely great to work with…very proactive,” he continued.
“They actually worked with us by giving us suggestions on how to make the software more useful. They had a lot of great ideas. They were always saying: “Can it do this or can it do that?” That’s the kind of relationship you want with your customer!”
“Aircraft components need to be easily traceable with full transparency throughout a product’s supply chain and lifecycle with the ability to verify their pedigree at all times,” said Jim Evans, Honeywell ISC UID/RFID program manager. “After evaluating and testing TegoView’s ability to write and read RFID tags on parts, we are convinced we can meet the stringent requirements of our customers.
“TegoView is being deployed across many Honeywell locations where we are setting up workstations that we can configure for desktop and mobile use,” Evans continued. “One of our teams quickly learned the tagging process using defined templates and then walked the next group through the process. Pre-populated mobile and fixed readers with the same TegoView interface make tagging parts an extremely efficient operation.”
Tego is the leading provider for smart asset RFID applications, including the most widely used solution for tagging flyable parts in the aviation industry. Tego’s innovative RFID products and solutions ensure that asset information is always available when and where it is needed most on the asset itself.
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