Traceable Air Baggage Handling System Based on RFID Tags in the Airport

  title={Traceable Air Baggage Handling System Based on RFID Tags in the Airport},
  author={Ting Zhang and Yuanxin Ouyang and Yang He},
  journal={J. Theor. Appl. Electron. Commer. Res.},
The RFID is not only a feasible, novel, and cost-effective candidate for daily object identification but it is also considered as a significant tool to provide traceable visibility along different stages of the aviation supply chain. [...] Key Method We surveyed current related work and introduce the IATA RP1740c protocol used for the standard to recognize the baggage tags. One distributed aviation baggage traceable application is designed based on the RFID networks.Expand
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Research and application of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to enhance aviation security
  • A. Cerino, W. P. Walsh
  • Engineering
  • Proceedings of the IEEE 2000 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference. NAECON 2000. Engineering Tomorrow (Cat. No.00CH37093)
  • 2000
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