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by Aryn Birge
Delta Airlines has pushed itself ahead of other airlines by implementing RFID technology with traveler's luggage. If you’ve ever lost a bag, this will come as great news for you! Delta has been one of the first in the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in working to develop a plan to standardize and instruct RFID inlays in all luggage tags.
IATA has stated it's going to take a year to develop but during that time, they are working with partners to help to get this implemented for all airlines by 2020.
The RFID Journal has said that “Delta Air Lines deserves a lot of credit for being the first airline to show that RFID could be a cost-effective solution to the problem.” A passenger will be able follow their bags on the Delta app and be notified when the luggage has been placed on the plane. This will assist airlines in locating bags should they be misplaced or put on the wrong flight.
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