Case Study 1 Module 2.docx - What types of transactions are handled by baggage handling systems Baggage handling systems primarily handle transactions

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What types of transactions are handled by baggage handling systems? Baggage handling systems primarily handle transactions such as: moving baggage from check-in points to departure gates, moving baggage from gate to gate, and moving baggage from arrival gates to baggage claim points. As a system, that is indeed, lots of data to gather, process and distribute. For example, when the computers / systems scan specific bar-codes or ID tags on a bag, such data is processed very quickly in order to determine where (and when) to send it. With this technology, the system knows where the baggage is at any given time. What are the management, organization, and technology components of baggage handling systems? Management: I would say that the management components on a baggage handling system are those on the “people” level. People needs to provide input in order to allow such system to work. For example, people must check-in and enter baggage data correctly into the system. These tags are critical, containing information such about
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