860~960MHz Monza 4 UHF RFID Baggage Case Sticker Tag for Airport

860~960MHz Monza 4 UHF RFID Baggage Case Sticker Tag for Airport

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860~960MHz Monza 4 UHF RFID Baggage Case Sticker Tag for Airport   The Tag has been in the works for more than a decade, in several forms, to replace the bar-coded, one-time-use paper luggage labels that airlines currently utilize to identify and track their passengers’ checked baggage. The Tag is designed to serve as an intelligent, electronic, reusable luggage tag aimed at sparing passengers from having to stand in line, while…

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860~960MHz Monza 4 UHF RFID Baggage Case Sticker Tag for Airport

 

The Tag has been in the works for more than a decade, in several forms, to replace the bar-coded, one-time-use paper luggage labels that airlines currently utilize to identify and track their passengers’ checked baggage. The Tag is designed to serve as an intelligent, electronic, reusable luggage tag aimed at sparing passengers from having to stand in line, while enabling airlines to better locate bags. In its earliest version, the ViewTag included Near Field Communication (NFC) and UHF RFID technology, as well as a small e-paper screen for displaying the three-letter code representing the passenger’s destination airport (see Reusable Electronic Baggage Tag Powered by RFID). The latest version, being used by Alaska Airlines, features a larger e-paper display screen, as well as a Bluetooth radio so that a user can communicate with the tag via the app running on his or her smartphone, and use the phone’s built-in Bluetooth technology to update travel information, such as a flight number and destination, in text and bar-coded forms.

 

The Tag contains an Impinj Monza 4 RFID Chip with an Avery Dention Inlay. Airline or airport personnel could use the tag’s UHF RFID capabilities to quickly identify the bag at the airport, and send updated information to customers regarding the location of their luggage.

 

For instance, Warther says, if an RFID reader were installed at the conveyor belt that receives bags from an arriving flight, it could capture each bag’s tag ID. That information could then enable the airline to verify that all bags were received (and when this occurred), route them to the proper carousel and forward that data to the bags’ owners via the app. Those passengers could, for instance, receive an alert through the app that their bags were available for retrieval at a particular carousel.

 

Physical Features:
MaterialPaper,PVCDimensions103*28mm
Working Temp-20°C-50°CStorage Temp-40°C-85°C
RFID Features:
RFID StandardISO/IEC 18000-6 TypeC (EPC Gen2)
Chip TypeImpinj Monza 4
User Memory32 bits
Frequency860-960 MHzReading Range0-5m(depends on the reader ,antenna and the working environment)

 

Applications:

 

1. Hospital for mother and baby care;

2. Swimming poor; Concert; Event;

3. Access control, patient identification,

4. event ticketing, gaming and identity,

5. hotel management,exhibition events etc

 

UHF RFID Baggage Case Sticker Tag for Airport Luggage Management


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