Boeing and Airbus have begun requiring RFID tags to be applied to some parts and the goal of the entire industry is to move toward the use of RFID tags on many parts. This follows the long-standing policy of the U.S. Department of Defense to use RFID to track shipments of most goods it purchases. RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2017 is aimed at helping companies in these sectors to comply with customer requirements and use RFID technology internally to achieve significant benefits. Case studies presented by aerospace and defense companies already using RFID technologies will help attendees determine the best RFID technology for their needs, learn best practices from early adopters, find the right technology partners and move forward.
The conference, which starts at 8:45 on Dec. 12, will cover a wide variety of applications relevant to the aerospace and defense sectors, including:
The exhibit hall will feature some of the leading RFID technology providers with solutions for aerospace and defense companies. There will be several breaks in the conference program to give attendees time to visit the exhibits.
|December 12, 2018|
|10:30 AM – 11:00||AM Morning coffee break in the exhibit area|
|12:30 PM – 2:00 PM||Lunch in the exhibit area|
|3:30 PM – 4:00 PM||Afternoon refreshment break in the exhibit area|
Leading aerospace and defense companies are benefiting from RFID today. Learn how you can too. Register today.
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