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Title: Successful Implementation of an RFID-enabled Baggage Tracking and Control System


1
Asiana Airlines
Successful Implementation of an RFID-enabled
Baggage Tracking and Control System
Management Information System Term Project
20021155 Siwon, Yoo 20021184 Hyunsuk,
Im 20021291 Hyemin, Kim 20021295 Sungim, Sohn
2
Contents
  1. Asiana Airlines ?
  2. Business Processing Challenge
  3. RFID ?
  4. Main Components
  5. Results
  6. Conclusion
  7. Q A

3
1. Asiana Airlines ?
  • Asiana Airlines is known for award-winning cabin
    service and excellent
  • safety and on-time records.

1988. 2. 17
Asiana Airlines started
  • Approximately 7000 employees
  • 60 aircraft
  • 64 international routes
  • 15 domestic routes

Objective
To become recognized worldwide by our
customers, shareholders, and employees as
the best airline in the world.
4
2. Business process challenge
  • Tracking and managing passengers baggage
  • has always been important to successful
    airlines.

But
5
3. RFID ?
  • RFID Radio Frequency IDentification
  • Automatic identification method, relying on
  • storing and remotely retrieving data using
    devices
  • called RFID tags or transponders.

Character
  • No contact or line-of-sight required
  • Short time to read the data of the tag
  • Simple maintenance, no other cost to preserve
  • unlikely barcode system
  • Ability to read multiple tags simultaneously
    (faster,
  • efficient)
  • Information gathering can be 100 automated and
  • in real time

6
4. Main components
Baggage sorting and loading system
Check-in counter
Security check point
Baggage handling system
7
4. Main components (contd)
Cross-pickup check
Boarding gate reader
Baggage reconciliation system
Carousel
8
5. Results(1/2)
  • The development project was completed in April
    2005 as scheduled, and the demonstration was
    carried out for about eight months, from May to
    December 2005.

Results
  • Tracking baggage in real time
  • Preventing the mis-loading of baggage baggage
    loss
  • Preventing baggage cross-pickup
  • Minimizing sorting errors by the baggage
    handling system
  • Minimizing the time needed to match passengers
    and baggage
  • Improving maintenance and tracking of unclaimed
    baggage
  • Checking passenger information regarding
    dangerous baggage in real
  • time
  • Checking passenger information to help identify
    suspicious people in
  • real time
  • Displaying information about arrived baggage to
    baggage handlers

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5. Results(2/2)
  • Average number of pieces of
  • baggage handled in the five
  • routes departing from Jeju
  • 90,000 per month
  • Average spent time for BHS
  • using barcodes (old system)
  • 5 sec per baggage
  • Average spent time for BHS
  • using RFID (new system)
  • 3 sec per baggage

10
6. Conclusion
RFID
Improvement
Implementation of Ubiquitous Information
Technology
  • Baggage tracking and
  • control system
  • Security system

11
7. Q A
Every dog has his day!! Dont give up!!
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