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4/2/2019 8:00:17 AM
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Work without battery
This is a good approach to address the issue of missing luggages but there comes the issue of bringing batteries on board flights which power up smart luggages. Without batteries, they are as good as regular luggages so the main goal is contradicted. Perhaps another approach could be a tracking system that does not need a battery to remain functional and trackable.

2/20/2019 8:45:28 AM
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batteries not allowed
United Airlines baggage information-

"Effective July 9, 2018, lithium batteries that are installed in any checked or carry-on baggage must be removed by the customer. Once removed, these batteries can be transported on board. Smart bags that do not have a removable battery cannot travel on any United or United Express® flights."

American Airlines online baggage information

"Please remove batteries from devices in your checked bags and put them in your carry-on in separate plastic bags."


It is and FAA rule.


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