Impinj Case Studies Logistics Improves Efficiency with RFID Tags
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Logistics Improves Efficiency with RFID Tags

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Logistics Improves Efficiency with RFID Tags
Transportation
Logistics & Warehousing
Shipment Tracking

Qantas uses RFID tags to improve customer service and speed up check-in.

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Qantas has deployed a reusable baggage RFID tag using Tagsys' technology to aid in next-generation airport check-ins. In the first phase of deployment, approximately 100,000 Qantas platinum, gold, silver and bronze frequent flyers were provided with loyalty cards featuring built-in RFID tags. Customers use the loyalty cards to check themselves and their luggage in, and can also use the card as a boarding pass. Customers were also given RFID bag tags called "Q Bag Tag" to permanently attach to their luggage. These medallion-style tags designed by RFID solution provider Tagsys feature Impinj Monza 4 tag chips encased in a custom-built plastic housing, and allow customers to skip long lines and quickly drop off their bags at self check-in stations. The tags also have a small footprint and very high electronic reading and writing performance for all tag orientations.

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Identity, Process Procedure, RFID , Security and access
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Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)
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[Efficiency Improvement - Operation]
Sped up the check in process, improved baggage handling efficiency
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