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Case Study 1 What types of transactions are handled by baggage handling systems?Baggage handling systems handle the transactions of moving bags from the areas of checking in to the departure gates, then moving them from gate to gate accordingly and then moving then form the gates of arrival to the areas of baggage claim. This works by using the bar codes of each tag of the bags, they scan the so that the system determines the route to be taken by the bag. This system allows to have tracking of each bag at any moment because it knows where the bag is coming or going. What are the management, organization, and technology components of baggage handling systems?Management is seen in the people at the checking in counters that place the tags in the luggage and are in charge of inputting the correct information into the system in a format that can be correctly interpreted. The organization of the baggage handling system in one expensive implementation, but in the long run it can pay for itself since having problem in baggage claims is badly seen. By
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