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Finding Fault With Qantas' RFID Baggage Tracking System 106

Posted by timothy
from the like-denver-but-warmer dept.
lukehopewell1 writes "Australian airline giant Qantas has implemented new baggage tags powered by RFID technology. The RFID tag is encoded with the information on a passenger's boarding pass when placed in a bag drop area, and is summarily sent to its destination. But is it any good? ZDNet Australia tested the new systems and found that the system sadly had no intention of sending our cargo."
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Finding Fault With Qantas' RFID Baggage Tracking System

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