TOULOUSE, FRANCE and CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM – (Marketwire – February 15, 2010) – Airbus has chosen to expand the production Ubisense network of radio frequency identification (RFID) world’s largest, with the addition of the location system precision in real time (RTLS) Ubisense in multiple installations of Airbus. The 10-year contract will deploy production solutions Ubisense in a series of projects to assist in continuous processes, reduce delivery times and provide Airbus with a vision and an improved control on multiple floors. Finding solutions will equip Ubisense Airbus with the vision of the operations, monitoring processes and assembly of components and planning activities in real time. The range of manufacturing solutions including Visible Ubisense Industrial Process, Process Tracker, Tool Tracker and Enterprise Browser. Moreover, the solutions for the production of Ubisense have been used recently for the Atlas Copco RTLS system, one of the large suppliers of tools. Ubisense is specialized in precision RTLS, a leader in the United Kingdom, which holds the precise location tracking of assets within the geospatial sector in projects of any size.
The company has recently been awarded the Best British Inside Award, has achieved the 8th place in the Microsoft Tech Track 100 2009 The Sunday Times, and is among the top twenty companies cited by the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 for the second consecutive year. “We are very pleased that Airbus has chosen us,” said Richard Green, President of Ubisense. “Ubisense solutions will help improve vision and control in all facilities, assisting them in decision making and planning process. Airbus acknowledged the need to adopt an RFID system with proven experience to help them maintain their competitive advantage and its manufacturing process known throughout the world. ” Notes to editors About Ubisense Ubisense is the world leader in systems and consulting services precision location data in real time, makes the track people and assets with unparalleled accuracy, providing companies the ability to view and control processes that were previously impossible to follow. See Ram Lee for more details and insights.