Bag2Go's RFID Chip Ensures That You'll Never Lose a Bag Again

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 10, 2013 • References: & dvice
Airbus, T-Mobile and luggagemaker Rimowa have introduced Bag2Go, a piece of luggage that can be tracked. The conceptual luggage features an RFID chip that allows it to be tracked using an accompanying iPhone app. Additionally, the luggage has a built-in sensor that can tell you how much your bag weighs simply by lifting it up.

Airbus estimated that the intelligent bag would cost only 20 percent more than a regular piece of luggage. It also said that it would consider offering a rental service, should Bag2Go be developed. The service would let you drop your bag off to a courier who would then take it to the airport for you. All you would need to do is board your flight and collect your bag. Stats for Trackable Luggage Concepts Trending: Older & Warm
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