About 80-90% of the passengers arrive at the airport checked-in and are holding a boardingpass and smartphone. So the smartphone has become the “kiosk”. The only action a passenger has to perform when checking baggage is to print a baggage label and drop their bag.
The bagchain print is the fastest and easiest way to obtain a baggage label.
Since passengers are holding a boardingpasses they have already fullfilled all the necessary formalities online at the airlines website or app.
So we have removed all the whistles and bells of the usual self-service kiosks and came up with a simple sleek design.
The only action you can perform is scan your home, kiosk printed or mobile boarding pass.
After the boardingpasse is scanned we check with the airlines DCS whether you have a baggage allowance and print a baggage label (with or without RFID). All within 5 seconds.
Due it’s simple design and easy intuitive touch less operation the bagchain print can not only be placed at the check-in area but also remotely at airport parking lots, rental car centers, hotels, conferences, events, train or bus station etc.
The bagchain print is a solution for airlines and airports with the biggest advantage that it can be placed anywhere and operates independently from the current airport environment.
The bagchain print is connected via Ethernet, Wi-Fi or 3G/4G with our bagchain cloud platform and exchanges messages directly with the airlines DCS. So it doesn’t matter where you place the bagchain print.
Reclaim terminal space
By keeping the cumbersome tagging of baggage away from the bag-drop and at remote locations, passengers will experience a simplifying bag-drop process.
Airports will be able to reclaim terminal space and realise a higher throughput of passengers. The bagchain print will enhance the overall passenger experience.
The bagchain print poles are using the self adhesive eezeetags baggage labels. The biggest advantages of these baggage labels is that passengers cannot apply the tags wrongly because the tags only sticks to itself. There is no backing paper to pull away so no waste at the bagchain print poles!
Self bag drop
More and more airlines and airports are offering passengers self-service check-in and bag drop services. There is a so called one-step and two-step process of checking baggage.
In the one step process the passenger performs all steps at the bag drop device. Due to the complexity of these devices (to many actions) the average processing time per passenger can be quite lengthy.
Sometimes a one-step process is offered due to local aviation regulations.
In the two-step process the passenger first obtains his/her baggage label at an kiosk and use the separate self bag drop or conventional check-in desk.
The two-step bag drop solution has proven to be the most efficient and most convenient.