We attended the final showcase of PASSME at the headquarters of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. PASSME is a research and innovation project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme. PASSME aims to reduce unwanted air travel time in Europe by an hour and to make the travel experience less stressful for passengers. Several streams were presented such as Passenger Demand Forecast System, Personalised Passenger Information System, Redesigned Aircraft Interiors and Aircraft Seats, Passenger Experience Lounge and Breakthrough Research on Luggage Flows. It was great to see that some of the innovations were already adopted by some airports.
Today our bagchain gate premiered at Eindhoven Airport with Viggo Handling Services and Transavia. Checking carry-on bags at the gate has become a simple one-step process. Simply scan the passengers boarding pass, baggage tag is printed (eezeetags), tag the bag and DCS is updated. All in seconds. Simple and efficient!
Today we are moving to our new office. Located at the Amsterdam Airport Business Park Rijk at the Boeing Avenue. Now move that van!
We are proud to be part of the Maastricht Aachen Airport “Airport Makeover” team! We finalised the installation of 5 sets of our bagchain check-in solution. The latest technology including a world premier! eezeetags baggage labels at a check-in counter. The new set-up for Maastricht Handling Services will provide a fast and smooth check-in experience for their passengers and there is more to come…
Today the dress code in Holland is orange! in celebration of our Kings birthday everything is “orange-nised”. So happy birthday to our King Willem-Alexander!
On our way for the second installation of our bagchain solution.
More news about bagchain to follow soon after we finish the installation 🙂
While we finalise the bagchain product line for the launch next month, our colleagues at r-two are visiting the Passenger Terminal Expo in Stockholm.
Be aware of the Dutch!
A new office with “fresh” beginnings
more information and updates about the bagchain products will appear here at our blog and via our Twitter account