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RFID Reduces Lost Baggage to Nearly Zero with more Accurate and Comprehensive Tracking

The aviation industry is supporting the use of RFID which contributes to building a sustainable future for the sector. Our Intelligent Label solutions shine a light on each piece of luggage enabling smarter operations and reducing carbon emissions by preventing lost luggage. With more accurate and comprehensive tracking, the aim of RFID-enabled tags is to reduce the current mishandled bag count of 27 million bags per year to nearly zero.

RFID shines a light on each piece of luggage, enabling smarter operations and reducing carbon emissions by preventing lost luggage.

The aviation industry is supporting the use of RFID which contributes to building a more sustainable future for the sector. On June 2, 2019 the International Air Travel Association (IATA) resolved to support the global deployment of RFID for more accurate and comprehensive baggage tracking. The aim of RFID-enabled tags is to reduce the current mishandled bag count of 27 million bags per year to nearly zero. This will substantially contribute to reducing delays while searching for luggage and carbon footprint necessary to deliver lost bags to their owners.

Join our FREE webinar: RFID Baggage Solutions: Let's Talk About the Facts and the Best Way Forward

As RFID-based baggage handling prepares for take-off, with IATA resolution 753 set for global deployment, Avery Dennison is partnering up with SICK, Inc. and Airport Improvement and would like to invite you to join our FREE webinar session where we set the record straight regarding RFID bag tags. 

Mark Summers, Aviation market development manager, RFID, Avery Dennison and Tom Gebler, account director Airport Systems, SICK, Inc. will discuss the facts and myths of RFID: what's true, what's not true, what are the best ways to deploy the technology, and what components are necessary. 

Join us on 16 October at 10.00AM EDT to find out more.

As RFID-based baggage handling prepares for take-off, Avery Dennison is ready to lead the way.

As RFID-based baggage handling prepares for take-off, Avery Dennison is ready to lead the way.

On June 2, 2019 the International Air Travel Association (IATA) resolved to support the global deployment of radio frequency identification (RFID) for baggage tracking. This is great news for passengers, airlines, and airports alike.

Learn more about how Avery Dennison RFID solutions can benefit your business.