Application Example - Airline Baggage Tracking

Airline Baggage TrackingBritish Airways have conducted trials of Tag-it™ (a paper label based RF-ID transponder), in Europe with over 225,000 pieces of luggage having been transferred successfully between airport hubs from Manchester and Munich to London's Heathrow Terminal 1.
"We saw as near to 100% accuracy as you can get", said Bob Hornby, Tag-it program Manager for airlines

The Ultra Thin, Tag-it™ smart labels help to automate baggage identification and passenger matching.

Tag-it provides the first programmable and updateable transponder that can be laminated between layers of paper or plastic to product inexpensive consumable stickers, labels, tickets or documents.