Xerafy, OATSystems to Host Joint Webinar on RFID Applications for Aerospace

FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestTumblrStumbleUponRedditLinkedInDiggVKShare

www.onlineprnews.com/news/330664-1359439822-xerafy-oatsystems-to-host-joint-webinar-on-rfid-applications-for-aerospace.html">

Xerafy, OATSystems to Host Joint Webinar on RFID Applications for Aerospace

Free webinar will provide update on RFID developments in the aerospace industry, and debunk common misconceptions about adoption of RFID technology.

Online PR News – 29-January-2013Xerafy, Ltd, a global supplier of RFID metal tags, and OATSystems, a division of Checkpoint Systems, Inc. (NYSE: CKP) and RFID Solution provider, announced that the companies will host a free webinar, “Understanding RFID Myths & Opportunities in Aerospace,” at 11:00 a.m. EST on February 5, 2013.

In addition to debunking the top five myths about RFID technology in the aerospace industry, RFID solution leaders from OATSystems and Xerafy will provide an overview of aerospace RFID programs and standards, and describe real-world case study examples of how the technology is being used by manufacturers, suppliers and airlines.

“There are number of misperceptions about RFID, and confusion in the marketplace about what parts should be tagged, what types of tags to deploy, and how the technology can be used to address business needs beyond program compliance,” said Xerafy Director of Sales, Evelyn Ong. “With this webinar, we will not only address issues that could delay or sidetrack RFID deployments, but also provide examples of how the technology is being used to generate a quantifiable return on investment for aerospace companies throughout the supply chain.”

“As solution provider for the Airbus A350XWB Part Marking Program, we have worked with manufacturers to deploy RFID projects which benefit OEMs and suppliers,” said Chris Forgione, Director of Asset Tracking Solutions at OATSystems. “We will be sharing case studies which illustrate the ROI of RFID throughout the A&D component lifecycle.”

The webinar will include details about the new Airbus flyable parts tracking requirement, ATA Spec2000, SAE AS5678 and the Airbus, Boeing and Department of Defense UID programs. In addition, attendees will learn which applications require low-memory or high-memory tags, how to select the right tag for a given deployment, and how RFID technology can provide a return on investment (ROI) in lifecycle tracking, materials management, work-in-process tracking, and other applications. Program and technology experts will also be available to answer questions during the event.

Register today.

About Xerafy
Xerafys innovations have changed the price-performance ratio for RFID tags and made it possible for customers to track assets in a wide range of harsh environments. Xerafy provides read-on-metal tags that can be embedded directly into assets to meet a full range of needs for RFID asset tracking in the aerospace, industrial, data center, healthcare, energy and other industries. Xerafy is headquartered in Hong Kong and maintains U.S. sales and support offices in San Jose, Dallas and Minneapolis, and additional offices in the U.K. and China.

About OATSystems
A division of Checkpoint Systems, OATSystems, Inc. is the recognized radio-frequency identification (RFID) solution leader with software that empowers businesses to achieve competitive advantage and ROI from RFID enabled applications. As a pioneer in developing RFID technology, OATSystems is responsible for industry firsts that include the largest scale and largest scope of deployments, as well as the most innovative approaches to providing enterprise-wide RFID solutions.

Quote:

“With this webinar, we will not only address issues that could delay or sidetrack RFID deployments, but also provide examples of how the technology is being used to generate a quantifiable return on investment for aerospace companies throughout the supply chain.”

Company Contact Information
John Burnell
http://www.xerafy.com
+1 216.571.2319
 
Read Full Article

Syndicated from OnlinePRNews

Facebook Comments


This post has been seen 35 times.