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Miami, Florida – EAM Worldwide, the leader in aviation safety equipment, proudly announces the integration of RFID tracking capabilities into its survival kits. “Our clients have been enjoying enhanced traceability and efficiency with our RFID enabled life vests for years. Tagging our survival kits is a natural extension of our RFID enabled products,” stated Eloy Leal, Director of Operations and Engineering. “Tagging survival kits also enhances the usability of our ‘Tag the Craft’ RFID software solution, allowing airlines to easily track all on board RFID enabled assets.” RFID is integrated into a survival kit using a tag that is housed between the casing layers of each kit. The chip stores data including product life, service and maintenance and warranty information. RFID chips are being offered on all EAM Worldwide kit products, including first aid kits, desert kits, polar kits and auxiliary kits. View EAM Survival Kits ABOUT EAM RFID SOLUTIONS EAM RFID Solutions has revolutionized the safety and survival equipment industry by incorporating asset tracking and the inventory control benefits of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. This new application is incorporated into a variety of EAM products namely life vests. In addition, EAM RFID Solutions works directly with its clients…
Orlando, Florida – John Hatzis, Sr. Software Developer for RFID, will be speaking today at the RFID Journal Live conference in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. John Hatzis will be presenting on the integration of RFID into EAM life vests through internal manufacturing processes. His session, entitled ‘RFID-Enabled Vests Improve Visibility and Traceability,' will be held today, April 30, 2013 at 11:30AM. The discussion will cover the benefits of using an RFID-enabled system to meet government regulations and ensure timely asset availability and how EAM decreased production time and reduced errors, while increasing on-time delivery. For more information about the session, visit: RFID Journal Live Agenda ABOUT EAM RFID SOLUTIONS EAM RFID Solutions has revolutionized the safety and survival equipment industry by incorporating asset tracking and the inventory control benefits of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. This new application is incorporated into a variety of EAM products namely life vests. In addition, EAM RFID Solutions works directly with its clients to implement the system into any traceable asset. Whether for inventory management control, anti-theft measures or confirmation of necessary routine maintenance and inspection, EAM RFID Solutions works to help clients optimize their internal operations and efficiencies.

EAM RFID Solutions Exhibits at MRO 2013

  • Tuesday, 16 April 2013 00:00
Miami, Florida – EAM RFID Solutions (Booth #2138) is exhibiting as part of the official IT Pavilion during Aviation Week’s Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Americas Exhibition. The tradeshow begins today and will take place until Thursday, April 18 in Atlanta, Georgia. EAM RFID Solutions is currently showcasing their latest mobile and desktop applications for maintenance and repair, inventory tracking and shipping. EAM RFID Solutions is offering a complete package including tags, readers and their customized software platform. MRO Americas 2013 ABOUT EAM RFID SOLUTIONS EAM RFID Solutions has revolutionized the safety and survival equipment industry by incorporating asset tracking and the inventory control benefits of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. This new application is incorporated into a variety of EAM products namely life vests. In addition, EAM RFID Solutions works directly with its clients to implement the system into any traceable asset. Whether for inventory management control, anti-theft measures or confirmation of necessary routine maintenance and inspection, EAM RFID Solutions works to help clients optimize their internal operations and efficiencies.
Aviation Week & Space Technology By Robert Trebilcock At first glance, you would think logistics at PDQ Air Spares would be fairly simple. The Hampshire, England-based distributor of spare parts does very little outbound shipping. Its airline customers use their own freight agents to manage order shipments. Nor does PDQ handle its own inbound shipments; it outsourced that function to B&H Worldwide. The third-party logistics provider negotiates rates and schedules shipments with carriers such as FedEx, DHL and UPS for PDQ. (p.4) RFID-enabled logistics solutions are being developed by companies such as EAM RFID, a subsidiary of life vest manufacturer EAM Worldwide. EAM began adding RFID tags to its life vests in 2007 for its internal manufacturing, inspection and shipping processes. “The real-time visibility we get from tags has allowed us to reduce our testing and automate time-consuming tasks like inspections,” says John Hatzis, a senior software developer. “When we pack an order, if 40 vests are supposed to go into the box, we know that 40 vests go into a box.” READ COMPLETE ARTICLE: Logistics Data Is Key To Cutting Supply Chain Costs