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Boeing and Airbus have initiated the adoption of Automated Identification Technology (AIT) for the electronic part marking of aircraft components on commercial aircrafts. This move can significantly improve the assembly, management and maintenance of aircraft components in the supply chain. Our document on ‘Visualizing the Value Chain’ can help you better understand what Airbus wants to accomplish with this technology.
You may have already received a request from these companies to comply. Perhaps you’re holding off, wondering whether it’s really necessary. Or you may be confused about the way forward.
Fujitsu is here to make this process easy for you. This site gives you an overview on how you can go about implementing AIT and answers any queries you may have with regards to meeting Boeing and Airbus’ AIT requirements.
In addition to ensuring a continued relationship with Boeing and/or Airbus, complying with the AIT requirements can considerably improve your internal processes:
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