For the past few weeks we have been working in close cooperation with the Iberia team in Madrid to connect our bagchain cloud to their ResIber DCS system. This all as part of the Hangar 51 Accelerator program in which we participate. This week we prepared two mobile bagchain tag kiosks. The kiosks will be tested at Madrid Barajas Airport. Once the kiosks arrive in Madrid they will be deployed and tested by Iberia. Contributing to a safe contactless environment for agents and passengers. Just scan the boarding pass on the kiosk and the baggage is checked-in and a bag tag is printed in seconds.
In December we pitched our bagchain solutions via a virtual pitch event to 250 senior industry executives. In the categorie “Contactless Travel” Hangar 51 selected bagchain as one of the finalists. And now we are participating in Hangar 51’s accelerator program.
We are working together with experts from the IAG group to deploy our bagchain tag solution. The bagchain tag solution will run as a Proof of Concept with another IAG group member. Final preparations are on it’s way. Connecting and testing the Departure Control System with our eco-system, the bagchain cloud. As soon as we finish the testing, two of our bagchain tag kiosks will be deployed at Madrid Barajas Airport. We are looking forward to the Hangar 51 demo day on February 26th.
Read the press release at hangar51