Boeing employs RFID Global Solution tracking system at Kennedy Space Center

MOUNT AIRY, Md., 21 April 2008. RFID Global Solution Inc. (RFIDGS) is implementing an RFID-enabled asset tracking system for The Boeing Company at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The system, designed by RFIDGS, uses advanced active-RFID technology to locate equipment and tools within several facilities and mobile vehicles.

Apr 21st, 2008

MOUNT AIRY, Md., 21 April 2008. RFID Global Solution Inc. (RFIDGS) is implementing a radio-frequency identification (RFID)-enabled asset tracking system for The Boeing Company at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The system, designed by RFIDGS, uses advanced active-RFID technology to locate equipment and tools within several facilities and mobile vehicles.

The system uses the company's GlobalView real-time location tracking software to monitor the whereabouts of critical assets and components across pre-defined areas of the space center.

The system supports vehicle-mounted visibility solutions with mobile terminals, powered by GlobalTrac, used in support of the delivery of payloads to the launch site.

"This effort with Boeing at the Kennedy Space Center extends RFID Global Solution's deployment of automatic data capture technology across all aspects of the aerospace marketplace," says Dave Eagleson, RFID Global Solution's senior VP of sales and marketing.

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