RFID in Aviation: Myths debunked
Location: Free Webinar
During these challenging times, staying connected matters more than ever. The spreading of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has significant implications for airports, airlines and their customers. The aviation industry is facing challenges that we’ve never seen before, now is the time to work together and plan ahead for the future. That’s why Avery Dennison is partnering up with SICK, Inc. and would like to invite you to join a FREE webinar session to learn more about the impact of RFID on the aviation industry. Join us as we set the record straight regarding RFID bag tags and address the myths surrounding RFID.
Over the past few years, the use of RFID technology for tracking baggage has evolved steadily. As this technology is deployed system-wide by major US airlines and adopted at more airports, RFID has been selected as the ideal technology by the IATA association for future baggage tags. RFID has proven to improve read rates of baggage tags, leading to large reductions in baggage mishandling, thereby removing lost baggage and its associated costs.
Join us in our webinar to learn about:
- What’s true and not true in RFID baggage tags
- Best ways to deploy the technology
- What components are necessary
- Why RFID inlay quality matters
About the speakers:
Tom Gebler, Account Director for Airport Systems at SICK
Tom has over 30 years of experience in automatic identification, data collection, and automation. He specializes in helping customers realize their vision in large, technically complex applications. He has been with SICK since 2012, providing expertise in various account executive roles.
Mark Summers, Market Development Manager for RFID Aviation at Avery Dennison
Mark began working in the aviation industry with a start at Eastern Airlines in 1978. Since then, he has gained valuable exposure to a global marketplace and business practices. He has worked in various capacities for the industry’s prominent system integrators, primarily within business development and program management disciplines. He has been with Avery Dennison since 2017.
Join us on April 29, 2020 at 10.00 A.M. (CT)/ 11.00 A.M (ET)./ 5.00 P.M. (CEST)/ 8.00 P.M. (PT) to find out more.