International airlines

Have many assets within their fleets

Aeronautical Solutions

One of the key priorities for airlines is to offer excellent service to its clientele. RFID technology is often used to track premium passengers bags through airport processes particularly to ensure high priority baggage is handled correctly and efficiently.

RFID is also used further down the chain in the aerospace industry as a standard of verification to ensure high quality of airplane parts from manufacturing suppliers.

Assets that go missing regularly include all high value 1st and business class food utensils, serving and safety equipment and even the trolleys which wheel up and down the planes. This is what has been referred to as “the black hole” and is a multibillion-dollar issue.

Track and Trace Assets or parts

RFID eliminates manual processes to provide competitive advantages for manufacturers, helping manufacturers better manage the flow of RTIs and parts between supplier, manufacturing and within their organisation. Manage valuable equipment and tools to increase utilisation, manage maintenance, comply with safety requirements and improve efficiency.

Temperature Monitoring

In industry, supply-chain & asset management as well as in healthcare and related applications, there is a growing demand for cost-effective and reliable condition monitoring solutions. Combining unique software in conjunction with ground-breaking RFID inlays. Achieve a true 2in1 RFID solution. Giving you full visibility of your investments as well as accurate temperature readings at the click of a button. We have a unique passive RFID system and label which enables labels to be read and give temperature and moisture content.

Improve Customer Experience

Tracking baggage leads to the reduction of mishandled bags and improves efficiency in baggage operations. Improving the time it takes to load/offload baggage onto aircrafts results in fewer delays.

Enable mechanics to spend 90% less time on maintenance tasks

“Today mechanics spend 90% less time on routine periodical in-cabin maintenance tasks such as checking data on life vests and oxygen generators.”

Passenger air traffic and the number of flights performed are on the rise year on year; in 2017, 36.8 million flights were operated worldwide. Safety is paramount. Before any plane leaves the ground, international law dictates that vigorous safety checks are carried out. Currently, staff have to count life vests by crawling under each and every seat. Serving hot food and beverages is expected in both long haul and short haul.

Reduced the need for labour by 66%

As maintenance tasks can now be carried out efficiently by one person instead of three.

Qualified internal capital return

Per period is increased 38% + Lufthansa Case study

Cumulative cash flow

Is increased 4.7% + Lufthansa Case study

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