Our know-how

During the last fifteen years, we have been working on multiple projects within challenging industries. Through these different experiences we have acquired a unique and multisectoral knowledge that we use to meet your needs on a daily basis.

Our quality approach

For our traditional market, aerospace, we have ensured that our products are compliant with the ATA SPEC 2000 standard. Paper documents have been replaced with electronic recordings that can be digitally signed to ensure data authenticity and traceability. ATA Spec 2000 chapter 9-5 specifies the data formats for traceability and the XML schema for these messages. This section includes certain requirements:

  • Tags must be permanently attached to aircraft parts
  • Tags must be permanently attached to aircraft parts
  • Maintenance-related operations
  • Global industry approach, including manufacturing spare parts, airline companies and the MRO
  • Flexible data structure• Development capability with upward compatibility
  • Complies with the E-business standard sections and principles of the previous Spec 2000

Our know-how

During the last fifteen years, we have been working on multiple projects within challenging industries. Through these different experiences we have acquired a unique and multisectoral knowledge that we use to meet your needs on a daily basis.

Our quality approach

For our traditional market, aerospace, we have ensured that our products are compliant with the ATA SPEC 2000 standard. Paper documents have been replaced with electronic recordings that can be digitally signed to ensure data authenticity and traceability. ATA Spec 2000 chapter 9-5 specifies the data formats for traceability and the XML schema for these messages. This section includes certain requirements:

  • Tags must be permanently attached to aircraft parts
  • Tags must be permanently attached to aircraft parts
  • Maintenance-related operations
  • Global industry approach, including manufacturing spare parts, airline companies and the MRO
  • Flexible data structure• Development capability with upward compatibility
  • Complies with the E-business standard sections and principles of the previous Spec 2000

A wide range of product tests

Based on our experience in harsh environments, we can qualify our products in line with complex specifications.

We are therefore able to perform RFID tag installation tests in your industry.

Our products are permanently monitored. In addition, our products comply with standard SAE AS5678 relating to the production and testing of passive RFID chips for the aerospace industry. To guarantee the quality of our products, we test 100% of our tags.

Technological requirements

We systematically check the frequency or frequencies at which the tags must operate. We use the same approach in terms of all the standards that you have to comply with.

Performance requirements

All our tags and labels are tested to check that they comply with your specification in terms of reading distance, data throughput and sensitivity related to direction.

Environmental requirements

We can carry out many tests to check the compatibility of our tags in relation to your environmental restrictions: operating temperature and survival, decompression and excess pressure, impacts, ingress protection, corrosion, flammability, abrasion and toxicity, etc.

Physical requirements

Depending on your requirements, the tags’ weight, thickness and dimensions will vary. We check all of these measurements to provide you with quality products that are made to measure.

Tools at the cutting edge of technology

We have equipment based on advanced technology to provide you with the best possible expertise. Our anechoic chamber measures the performance of our ultra high frequency tags

What is an anechoic chamber?

An anechoic chamber is a closed testing device whose walls are designed in such a way that they can completely absorb electromagnetic waves. It reproduces free field conditions and therefore eliminates any echo that may have an impact on measurements.

What are the benefits in terms of RFID?

The chamber measures the level of the electromagnetic field emitted by all the respective RFID tags or labels. This defines the radiation diagram of our tested tags. With these measurements in free space, we are able to create 2D and 3D scattering diagrams. These illustrate in which positions and at what distance an RFID chip can be read. RFID chip measurements are also possible with other solutions. This data has the advantage of being totally objective in terms of the capabilities of our RFID chips. This means we can provide you with solutions that are best suited to your needs

How do we carry out our measurements?

Our measurements make it possible to determine the reading range of our RFID labels and tags. This antenna is installed in the anechoic chamber to provide measurements.

This method is based on the output power variation of the RFID test equipment. The distance between the label and the antenna is constant. Measurement is therefore carried out in a 800 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range, in 1 MHz steps. The data obtained is the measurement of the minimum power required (Pmin) to supply the chip.

Tools at the cutting edge of technology

We have equipment based on advanced technology to provide you with the best possible expertise. Our anechoic chamber measures the performance of our ultra high frequency tags.

What is an anechoic chamber?

An anechoic chamber is a closed testing device whose walls are designed in such a way that they can completely absorb electromagnetic waves. It reproduces free field conditions and therefore eliminates any echo that may have an impact on measurements.

What are the benefits in terms of RFID?

The chamber measures the level of the electromagnetic field emitted by all the respective RFID tags or labels. This defines the radiation diagram of our tested tags. With these measurements in free space, we are able to create 2D and 3D scattering diagrams. These illustrate in which positions and at what distance an RFID chip can be read. RFID chip measurements are also possible with other solutions. This data has the advantage of being totally objective in terms of the capabilities of our RFID chips. This means we can provide you with solutions that are best suited to your needs

How do we carry out our measurements?

Our measurements make it possible to determine the reading range of our RFID labels and tags. This antenna is installed in the anechoic chamber to provide measurements.

This method is based on the output power variation of the RFID test equipment. The distance between the label and the antenna is constant. Measurement is therefore carried out in a 800 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range, in 1 MHz steps. The data obtained is the measurement of the minimum power required (Pmin) to supply the chip.

Would you like to know more about our processes?

Would you like to know more about our processes?