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Airbus reveals iPhone-enabled ‘smart bag’ prototype with RFID, GPS tracking | Australian Business Traveller

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07 June 2013



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Airbus is best known for aircraft like its A380 superjumbo and the next-generation A350 jetliner, but the company has cooked up something else to delight the traveller: a prototype ‘smart’ bag complete with a companion iPhone app and ‘Find My Bag’ function to track lost luggage. Worried that you’re exceeding the checked luggage allowance? Hoist the bag by its handle and your iPhone will display its weight.

Watch the promo video here: http://vimeo.com/67801379

Read more: Australian Business Traveller

 



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