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Dublin Aviation Summit - ASD at stand A116

2017-04-24

The 1st Dublin Aviation Summit http://www.mrodublin.com is running from May 16th to May 17th at the RDS in Dublin. The conference's specific focus is to bring together Global decision makers from leading MROs, Financial Sectors and Asset Managers from across the industry under one roof for the first time. Doors open at the RDS in Ballsbridge on Tuesday 16th at 8.00am for what promises to be a very special event!

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ASD will be providing product demonstrations of our latest RFID solutions and will be reviewing new technologies that we plan to introduce to our suite of business solutions later this year.

If you or any colleagues from your company are travelling to the event we look forward to meeting you and will be more than happy to discuss opportunities with you at the Aerospace Software Development stand (A116).

ASD specialise in the development and implementation of mission-critical applications based on the latest RFID technology which are specifically designed for the Aerospace and Aviation market sectors. ASD's solutions are standards-based, GS1-Certified, and SPEC2000-Compliant.

RFIDAeroCheck is a complete solution for airlines that allows for the tracking and management of all rotable and other life-limited components on board the entire airline fleet. RFIDAeroCheck contains a new dashboard feature that allows enterprise data to be presented in a graphical format which allows for easier interpretation and quicker decision making.

RFIDAeroTrack tracks and monitors the movement of items that are RFID-tagged within a fixed-reader environment or with the use of RFID handheld scanners. Information for all tracked items is stored centrally on an RFIDAeroTrack server ensuring all data, for all RFID-tagged items, can be shared both internally and externally with the relevant personnel.

The handheld solutions within RFIDAero now support iOS, Andriod & Windows and are available on numerous devices including handheld computers, smartphones, phablets, tablets and tough pads. A new GUI has been added to show cabin locations when scanning for equipment on board the aircraft.

For more information and to organise a demonstration please contact us using the links below or call +353 1 206 0011.


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