Where:
Athens, Greece

When:
October 02, 2018 - October 04, 2018

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Global Airport & Passenger Symposium

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We are excited to be a bronze sponsor at the Global Airport & Passenger Symposium. We look forward welcoming you at our booth and we hope you will also join our speaker session on Track 2 to learn more.

IATA (International Air Transport Association) has publically announced it will mandate that RFID is integrated into all baggage tags. The IATA mandate has been announced so airlines can meet passengers’ expectations for real-time tracking.

Implementing RFID for baggage tracking and handling not only benefits passengers with increased tracking capabilities and less mishandling, but also helps airlines and airports significantly improve their operations. Due to very high read rates, automated processes and cost-effective implementation, RFID helps increase capacity within existing baggage handling systems and significantly improves baggage processes.
From June this year, IATA also mandated resolution 753, requiring most airlines to increase tracking capabilities. RFID is the most cost-effective way to comply with the new requirements. Now that RFID integration in baggage tags will become mandatory, the tagging is no longer a barrier to implementation.

Lyngsoe Systems is an IATA strategic partner and has the only proven end-to-end baggage solution based on RFID.

Join us at the Global Airport & Passenger Symposium to learn more about how we have worked with Airlines and Airports around the world to improve baggage handling and increase passenger satisfaction.

Our purpose-specific products are designed to meet the unique requirement from aviation and support the ground handlers in their working environment. We have deployed products to support tracking and handling baggage on each step of the baggage handling chain and have great experience with large-scale implementations.

 

About the event: GAPS has been established to examine the processes that touch the passenger journey, on the ground and in the air, and impact related airport processes and operations.

Read more about the Global Airport & Passenger Symposium and see the full event program here