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09 July 2014
Commercial Aircraft

Airbus moves forward with its “factory of the future” concept

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07 July 2014

Airbus virtual factory Aircraft Manufacture - Digital Reality high res

Airbus’ “factory of the future” moves closer – with 3D realtime visualisation using RFID tracking of some of its actual factories -

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07 July 2014

A400M Wing Manufacture

Airbus’ “factory of the future” moves closer – with 3D realtime visualisation using RFID tracking of some of its actual factories -

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Airbus has incorporated innovative digital tracking and monitoring RFID (radio-frequency identification) technology to help streamline and increase the efficiency of its industrial operations. By using RFID tags – attached to objects such as aircraft components and tools, and which are read automatically from distances of up to approximately 100 metres – Airbus can track and visualise its production processes in real-time. These capabilities have been deployed on the A330 and A350 final assembly lines in Toulouse, France, as well as for A400M wing assembly operations in the UK.
Airbus virtual factory Aircraft  Manufacture - Digital Reality high res
 

Airbus’ “factory of the future” moves closer – with 3D realtime visualisation using RFID tracking of some of its actual factories -

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