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Boeing Makes Item-Level RFID Fly

By Evan Schuman  |  Posted 10-11-2006 Print
As retailers and manufacturers struggle with achieving complete item-level tagging, aerospace giant Boeing has put 2,000 high-memory passive RFID tags in planes of an upcoming line.

As retailers and consumer goods manufacturers struggle with achieving the supply-chain nirvana of complete item-level tagging, $60 billion aerospace giant Boeing has gotten item-level RFID to soar, with 2,000 high-memory passive tags in every plane of an upcoming line.


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