British Airways Trials Electronic Luggage Tags

British Airways Trials Electronic Luggage Tags
technology

The airline has partnered with Designworks to develop a high-tech replacement for the paper luggage tags featuring a scannable barcode.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 june 2013

Creative product design consultancy Designworks has partnered with British Airways to develop an electronic bag tag to replace the traditional paper ones. After passengers have checked in, they would just need to hold their smartphone over the tag. This would automatically update it with a unique barcode containing all of their necessary flight information and a view of their bag’s destination.

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