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June 08, 2007


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how interesting, as many mainstream businesses have successfully implemented RFID technology and now the airlines.


how interesting, as many mainstream businesses have successfully implemented RFID technology and now the airlines.

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The information, that you have provided on the 'RFID with Boeing & Airbus' is totally make sense to us. It was really very interesting to read "Airbus and Boeing have again decided to join forces in reaching out to their suppliers to encourage the use of RFID technology where appropriate.."
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RFID is such a great technology, I would think all airlines must implement this in there systems. I would think soon this would be industry standard, a lot of European terminals are upgrading to RFID.

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Great post. I think one of the basic things that we should know know is that we must always make sure that you are safe in every transactions you wanted to indulge with.


Hi, thank you for sharing this great info. Was just browsing through the net in my office and happened upon your blog. It is really very well written and quit comprehensive in explaining with a very simple language.

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RFID could also be used to track special tools from shop to shop. It is great technology and can easily be adapted to many situations. I just wonder what the cost would be for a smaller operation like mine.

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