Danish company to supply RFID system to Dubai International Airport  

2007.02.14
Lyngsoe Systems has won an order to supply a trolley management system based on radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to Dubai International Airport
Lyngsoe Systems, a Jutland based software manufacturer and systems integrator of logistics solutions, has won an order to supply a trolley management system based on radio frequency identification (RFID)  technology to Dubai International Airport. The order was secured in collaboration with Wanzl, which will supply the trolleys.
 
The trolley management system will comprise an RFID tag mounted on each trolley, and 60 RFID readers placed throughout the airport area. Initially 4,000 trolleys will be equipped with tags. The system provides the airport with an automatic, real-time tracking and overview of trolley location, and via a connection to the airport's flight information system, will predict where and when the trolleys are needed. The implementation is part of the airport's plans to service its growing number of passengers.
 
Lyngsoe Systems has installed over a thousand systems worldwide including an RFID luggage handling product for Hong Kong International Airport. About 50% of the company's revenues are generated from solutions utilising RFID technology for data capture in supply chains. The news was reported by Computerworld and on the Lyngsoe Systems website.
 
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