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Baggage Reconciliation System


The yearly cost of baggage claims and departure delays can run well into the millions of Euros. Careful planning can offset the cost of a baggage reconciliation system with savings realized in reducing the amount of misdirected bags.

Airport operations Managers are concerned about baggage security and tracking efficiency, and airlines needs to know where each bag is at all times, whom it belongs to, and whether loaded bags are matched with a boarded passenger. A-ICE has developed an efficient, integrated baggage system designed to meet these objectives.

 

A-BRS Baggage Reconciliation System by A-ICE


This baggage tracking and reconciliation system use computer-generated tags and readers to track baggage location within the airport, at the gate, and on the plane, and match all loaded bags with passengers. A-BRS uses wireless laser barcode scanners to read printed baggage tags.

It verifies whether a piece of baggage can be positively matched to a verified boarded passenger before it is loaded onto a departing aircraft.  The interface displays baggage status in real time and allows users to audit information.

A-BRS will keep track of every movement of every bag and container in the system. The system is highly efficient because it takes full advantage of host lines already in place for passenger departure control and uses BagLink gateways to send and receive baggage messages in standard IATA formats.

Baggage Reconciliation System

 

Why Choose A-BRS for Baggage Management?


With A-BRS baggage handlers know exactly where each bag is located—down to the position within the container onboard the aircraft.
In the event that a bag must be removed from the aircraft before departure, it can quickly be found and identified with 100% accuracy, using wireless scanners connected to the centralized database.

 

A-BRS Baggage Reconciliation System Key Features


Baggage Reconciliation SystemThe system automates baggage tracking and the reconciliation of same utilizing technologies to monitor the movement and loading of baggage from the check-in area through the loading of the baggage onto the loading devices in the main terminal buildings and satellites (and optionally onto the aircraft) during the departure process. The system utilizes and integrates with the same bar coded system utilized by the Departure Control System (DCS) to identify bags and to track their movement through the airport.

The system has the ability to give up to the minute information for a baggage to be loaded into a specific container or aircraft for a specific flight.  The system has the ability to process incoming IATA handling messages. The ability to deliver IATA reconciliation messages is quoted as an option. It employs wireless technologies for the management of peripherals for the data acquisition (Hand-Scanner Terminals). The integration with the existing DCS for the receiving of baggage handling messages.

 

Functional Specification


Baggage Reconciliation System

 

 

Additional Airport Operations Solutions

 


Our airport operations systems include Flight Information Display Systems, Contract and Billing software, Baggage Reconciliation Systems, Message Distribution Systems, Multimedia Information System, Airport Operational Database, and middleware for the transportation of web applications on remote networks. All our systems can be integrated with each other or your existing systems and and hardware.

 

Contact A-ICE today to discuss your requirements

A-ICE offer turnkey solutions and bespoke customisation or consulting. Get in touch today to see how we can help revolutionise your airport’s operations, improving efficiency, reducing costs and manpower and ensuring ultimate stability and security.

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