Sneak has learned that Heathrow will soon be trialling RFID technology to tag and track passenger luggage; one of the largest such projects in Europe. Apparently the chips will be attached to luggage labels upon check-in, so that they can be read as they make their way to your final destination. That’s the idea anyway, we just hope they remember to install the RFID readers as well, or it might not work as well as predicted. In the meantime, Sneak will continue his policy of storing half a wheel of ripe camembert and several pairs of unwashed underwear within any suitcase to ensure it’s swiftly processed.
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