Offering Smart Asset Solutions
Tego’s innovative RFID solutions create “smart” assets. Smart assets accurately and reliably retain, relay, and store business information for use when and where it’s needed most - on the asset itself. Tego is architect and author of the ATA Spec 2000 standard for tagging flyable parts. Tego’s innovative solutions result in improved performance, better efficiencies, and reduced operating costs for global industries.
- Survitec Selects Tego’s RFID Solution to Deploy Life Vests Tagging Program for Airbus Aircrafts
- TegoView Streamlines ATA Spec 2000 RFID Compliance
- Tego Releases 8-kilobit Dual-Memory RFID Chip and Tags
- Tego Releases Next Generation RFID Tags for Aviation Industry
- Tego Releases World’s First Dual Memory RFID Chip
Attach a TegoChip on an asset, part, component, or system and it’s now “smart.” That asset can begin to gather, store, maintain, and share full life-cycle information and data on command when and where it’s needed most to optimize business efficiencies.
RFID Flyable Parts
The aviation industry has identified a number of advantages associated with tagging flyable parts. They include a measurable ROI to the tagging organization as well as downstream value-adds for all organizations involved in the maintenance and management of aviation parts over their lifecycle.
Tego is the leading provider of flyable part solutions. Data available from Tego’s products and solutions will better support aircraft configuration management and line maintenance, repair shop optimization and life-limited parts monitoring.
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During a recent discussion in the ATA Spec 2000 Interest Group on LinkedIn, two good questions came up from the group’s manager, Sean Melia, after he read one of my posts, “The Importance of Being Earnest – About ATA Spec 2000.” [ http://smartassetremarks.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-importance-of-being-earnest-about.html ] He asked: “Can we be happy if only low memory tags are used?” And … “Is it practical to expect that the RFID tag should carry … Continue reading