Logan Airport to Demonstrate Baggage, Passenger RFID TrackingBy Renee Boucher Ferguson | Posted 2006-05-16 Email Print
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Updated: The airport will test chipless RFID tags and a tracking system that monitor passengers and their baggage through to their final destination.
Boston's Logan International Airport has agreed to allow a pilot project funded by Boston Engineering and Inkode Corp. to demonstrate chipless RFID technology that tracks customers and their baggage from arrival to final destination.
Boston Engineering will utilize Vienna, Va.-based Inkode's CRIS (Chipless Remote Identification System) technology as the basis for the pilot program.
Dubbed SEATS, or Secure Environment for Airport Terminal Systems, the project is actually a collaboration that combines Inkode's passive, disposable wireless tracking device with a baggage tracking system developed by Boston Engineering.
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