RFIDAeroCheck allows airlines a quick and accurate check for both the presence and expiration date of various kinds of Emergency Equipment in the cabin by walking down the aisle – O2 Generators, life vests, medical kits, portable oxygen bottles, smoke alarms, and dozens of other types of equipment – one airline has 62 different components tagged and tracked! Allows for legacy part marking of your existing equipment as well as new RFID tagged-parts to be installed in a seamless process. Product includes powerful graphic editing for creating exact floor plans, full database, tracking, maintenance/purchase planning, and reporting capabilities with automated email notification of desired alerts. Fully ATA Spec2000‐compliant. Remote hosting and support, if needed. The check time was reduced by 99% using RFID technology.


  • Graphic and data display map exactly to what the person sees on each specific Tail Number
    • Powerful graphic editing tools ‐ also useful in many other business areas Uses uniquely serialized, pre‐encoded and barcoded RFID tags
  • Allows for RFID and/or paper processes ‐ minimizes mechanic data input effort
  • Allows a quick component induction of an airplane into the database – under 1 hour Entire cabin area can have data re‐verified in about 2 minutes
  • Stores Tail #, location, asset type, Part #, Serial #, mechanic, date/time in database
  • Allows date‐driven reporting and planning for maintenance and purchases
  • Handheld RFID computer used to induct components on airplane, one‐time effort
    • Operates on Intermec, Motorola or NordicID handhelds, Smartphones, and multiple databases. Automated reports and email alerts for standard and increasingly critical items.


  • Maximum‐life asset utilization
  • Inventory reduction based on actual need rates
  • Improved maintenance planning
  • Improved purchase planning
  • More, smaller jobs can be assigned to line stations
  • Detailed, accurate purchase planning avoids AOGs
  • Eliminates wasted labor of checking things again and again that are still OK

Please contact us for more information about any of these applications, or for any new ones needed.  See www.RFIDAero.com for more detailed information.