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Airport Baggage Handling Identification
Airport Baggage Handling Identification

Cognex Corporation presents its Airport Baggage Handling Identification Solution (ABH-ID), the first image-based automatic tag reader (ATR) system that overcomes the limitations of current laser-based baggage ID systems. Cognex technology provides significantly higher read rates over laser-based systems, reducing the costs associated with manual delivery of lost or late checked luggage.

Air travel is growing 8% annually, which is placing a significant burden on current baggage processing systems that have remained relatively unchanged for 30 years. The ABH-ID uses proven, airline industry-recognized technology that reads codes that are traditionally difficult to decode and offers high read rates even at critical junctions.

Posted on June 29, 2016 - (1453 views)
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Emmy-Noether-Str. 11
76131 Karlsruhe - Germany
+49-721-6639-0
+49-721-6639-599
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