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smart luggage

A suitcase that has built-in electronics for one or more purposes. Examples are USB charging ports, a built-in scale or TSA-approved lock, as well as the ability to transmit its location via GPS and cellular. See TSA lock.
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American Airlines was the first to push for a restriction on smart luggage.
Factors such as rising international travel coupled with increasing expenditure of luxury travelling goods and products have fueled the rise of smart luggage and tracking technologies market.
Bluesmart is another smart luggage maker that claims to have made the world's first smart, connected carry-on bag.
Luggage manufacturer Trunkster will be displaying its smart luggage products -- one of which is a suitcase with a USB plug.
As well as air displays by an A380, a full size A350 XWB cockpit mock-up, and exhibits will include product demonstrations through ipad applications, and videos on smart luggage, cabin comfort, innovation on board Airbus aircraft and technology that is helping to make aviation more efficient and sustainable.
For the past few years, makers of so-called smart luggage -- that's bags with anything from a USB charging port to motorized wheels -- have disrupted the market.
Falah Khalil Al Sammak, Manager of Passenger Customs Operations at Dubai International Airport will brief the audience with the smart luggage inspection system which was developed internally by Dubai Customs.
The Orion Smart Luggage retrofitted with on-board charging station, auto-scale, GPS, and alert systems.