Luggage tracking and the art of travel

Tech is taking the sting out of the airborne commute, writes Jack Cahill

20th November, 2016
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The glamour of working trips quickly fades in the cold headache of the 5am airport queue. But, while certain frustrations associated with an airborne commute may be inevitable, technology is stepping in to make lighter work of travelling well.

If you’re a regular business traveller, the law of averages suggests that you will eventually be the person left grumbling with staff at the service desk long after the baggage belt has stopped. The Trackdot Luggage...

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