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PTE interview: How RFID can reduce mishandling rates and enable greater data sharing

Magali Collot, project manager, end-to-end baggage (APCS), IATA, discusses current thinking around baggage tracking and the role RFID can play in reducing mishandling rates and enabling greater data sharing, ahead of her presentation at Passenger Terminal Conference 2019. Describe your presentation? IATA and RAIN RFID Alliance are working together to help airlines and airports useRead More

Magali Collot, project manager, end-to-end baggage (APCS), IATA, discusses current thinking around baggage tracking and the role RFID can play in reducing mishandling rates and enabling greater data sharing, ahead of her presentation at Passenger Terminal Conference 2019.

Describe your presentation?
IATA and RAIN RFID Alliance are working together to help airlines and airports use RAIN RFID technology to track and trace bags. In 2018, IATA updated the RFID standard “Recommended Practice 1740c – Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Specifications for Interline Baggage” to reflect the latest developments in technology.

On Thursday 28th March at 10:35 during Day 3 of the Passenger Terminal CONFERENCE, IATA will cover what the current baggage tracking situation is, what passengers expect and where RFID fits in all of this. IATA will also share its 2019 RFID roadmap. RAIN RFID will focus more on the technology itself and showcase how it has worked in other industries and what it could bring to the aviation industry.

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