GlobeRanger, a Fujitsu company, has received a letter of Operational Suitability from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) AFS 300 Aircraft Maintenance Division for its “Next Generation” aviation RFID solution, the company said.
More than just a simple hardware and software solution, the GlobeRanger Aviation RFID system is a complete and “turn-key” supplemental aircraft maintenance program encompassing multiple RFID-based airborne and ground-based applications including;
Coupled with its GR-AWARE software suite, the next generation RFID based system allows airlines to perform non-line-of-sight inspections of aircraft safety equipment and track aircraft assets such as rotable and repairable components through their entire lifecycle.
On the ground, the GR-AWARE system is coupled with the operator´s Enterprise Resource Planning system to provide fleet-wide situational awareness which enables just-in-time management and forward deployment of replacement spares as well as continuous, “real-time” as-flying airplane configuration.
GlobeRanger provides enterprise sensor, IoT and Edge Computing software, and offers robust end-to-end solutions and professional services. Founded in 1999, GlobeRanger is a wholly owned Fujitsu company with headquarters in Richardson, Texas, and global support Centers of Excellence located in Richardson, London and Sydney.