BOS has a long history of working within the aerospace industry, both in North America and internationally. Manufacturers of business jets, civil aircrafts, through channels, and aircraft parts have a complex supply chain which must comply with a number of regulations.
BOS' subsidiary, BOS-Odem Ltd. is a leading electronics components consolidator to the aerospace industry. BOS sources, packages, and stocks a wide variety of electro-mechanical and electronic components, sub-systems, and spare aircraft parts for market leaders such as Israel Aircraft Industries and its divisions, Elta, Elbit, Tusas, and Hal, among others.
Fully compliant with ISO standards and an approved supplier to the US and Israeli departments of defense, BOS enables simplified purchasing and procurement procedures for its aerospace customers, allowing them to focus on their core competencies. By stocking the parts, BOS helps its customers reduce lead times to enable "Just-in-Time" delivery, reduce equipment financing costs through centralized management of the stock, and enable deeper discounts in components pricing due to greater purchasing power. BOS also assists in sourcing obsolete and difficult-to-find components.
In addition to its supply chain services, BOS' RFID and mobile integration offerings can improve asset tracking and manage real-time business data for aerospace manufacturers, crucial to following FAA regulations. Aircraft manufacturers are increasingly turning to RFID as a means to facilitate quick maintenance on faulty parts, track cargo, and passenger bags. Since the FAA approved the use of passive RFID tags for on-ground operations several years ago, airlines are increasingly seeking RFID solutions that will create efficiencies and save costs.
BOS' years of experience in the aerospace industry, coupled with its expertise in assembling and implementing RFID systems, makes it an ideal partner for aerospace companies seeking to improve their margins.