Air New Zealand is rolling out Bluetooth tracking devices across its cargo network, and the carrier predicts this will make it easier to track and analyze shipment movements. The airline is installing about 5,500 Bluetooth tags on cargo containers, pallets and unit load devices, and is introducing more than 100 readers at 29 airports internationally. Air New Zealand is working with Core Transport Technologies on the system. “We believe this to be the first time this type of technology ...

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