- 网络与连接 - 射频识别
- 传感器 - RFID阅读器
- 可穿戴设备 - 补丁标签
Qantas 使用 RFID 标签来改善客户服务并加快办理登机手续。
Qantas 使用 Tagsys 的技术部署了可重复使用的行李 RFID 标签，以帮助下一代机场办理登机手续。在部署的第一阶段，大约 100,000 名澳航白金、金、银和铜牌常旅客获得了带有内置 RFID 标签的会员卡。客户使用会员卡检查自己和行李，也可以将卡用作登机牌。客户还获得了名为“Q Bag Tag”的 RFID 行李标签，永久贴在他们的行李上。这些由 RFID 解决方案提供商 Tagsys 设计的奖章式标签采用 Impinj Monza 4 标签芯片，封装在定制的塑料外壳中，让客户无需排长队，在自助登记站快速放下行李。这些标签还具有小尺寸和非常高的电子读写性能，适用于所有标签方向。
Identity, Process Procedure, RFID , Security and access
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