The increase in consumer travel and a need for digitization in all aspects of life has created a need for more complex solutions when it comes to air travel like the 'Bagtag' baggage tag. Created as a low-energy Bluetooth device that can be affixed onto a bag to track it within 30-meters of you, the 'Bagtag' features a QR code that can be scanned by someone if they come across your bag. This enables users to get their bags back without having to worry about tracking it down themselves.
Designed by Dustin Lee, the 'Bagtag' baggage tag has a battery that would last for about a year thanks to the low-energy output of the design. Although currently only conceptual, there's little doubt that the 'Bagtag' wouldn't be a big hit with avid travelers.