Tracking Solutions for Security and Contraband Issues

An increasing concern for airlines is the security and contraband issues surrounding the airplane. Each morning before the first flight airlines have a TSA responsibility to make a security sweep of every aircraft every day, and probably 99+% of the time everything is still OK. This RFID application allows the placement and tracking of security labels (Secu-Tag®) on life vest boxes, rear lav wall access areas, and access panels in various parts of the airplane. Any unauthorized opening of one of these areas would be reported next time the plane is checked with a portable RFID reader. The entire cabin area can be checked for security violations in less than 2 minutes. Labels can match surrounding color to be inconspicuous. TSA accountability and reporting via retained and archived database reports.

  •   Tailored for quick security sweeps in the aircraft cabin
  •   A single handheld computer can cover multiple planes
  •   Secur-Tag® informs the system when any secured area has been breached
  •   Secur-Tag® can be color‐matched to the background so they blend in more
  •   Reporting shows a morning report of any plane that didn't get a security sweep yet, or that has a deferred security item that will need to be checked at the next station.
  •   Pre-planning of work tasks
  •   Data completely under your contro
  •   Centralized or distributed (line station) solution
  •   Automatic email or text messaging on any plane that did not clear their security sweep and/or that needs specific items attended to at the next station.
  •   Mechanic/contractor only needs to check exceptions , reducing labor by 90%
  •   Historical log of all security sweeps maintained online or in archive
  •   Automatic traceability and reportability
  •   Any deferred items automatically sent to responsible party
  •   Bureaucracy and reporting significantly reduced

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