Paragon ID


Paragon ID is a global leader in identification solutions in 4 key activities – Smart Cities & Mass Transit, eID, Payment and Track & Trace – which includes our activities decidated the aviation sector.

Our Track and Trace expertise for the Aviation sector includes conventional and RFID baggage tags as well as a multi-technology fully integrated asset tracking and geolocation platform combining hardware and software to meet our clients’ diverse requirements such as trolley and ULD tracking.

We have over 30 years’ experience in the aviation sector providing passenger handling, and operational products to airlines and other transportation companies.

What makes your products / services stand out?


Aviation sector:
Paragon ID has been working for the Aviation sector for over 30 years, offering a wide range of solutions that conform to IATA regulations, keeping passengers informed, comfortable and safe.

Baggage tags and RFID:
Paragon ID is the largest bag tags provider in Europe, Middle East & Africa. The company is also the largest RFID inlay manufacturer in Europe and has developed a RFID bag tag in line with IATA requirements. The company is ARC quality certified and its RFID inlay dedicated to bag tags has also received ARC accreditation. Our bag tags have already been chosen by Air France.

Asset tracking and RTLS:
Our multi-technology asset tracking and RTLS platform, RFiD Discovery, can adapt to any requirements and is perfectly suited to airport environments for applications such as trolley and ULD tracking.

Come along and meet our industry leading team to find out more about our wide range of solutions.

What brings you to the EXPO this year?


Paragon ID exhibited at Future Travel Experience in 2019 and 2021 and we were really encouraged by the quality of attendees and the opportunities that followed.

As a global supplier to the industry and with two manufacturing sites in the US, we feel that it is very important to participate to FTE22, to understand and discuss market trends, customers’ expectations and innovations.

We are really looking forward to being able to, again this year, meet in person our clients, partners and other industry professionals to promote our brand and solutions and discuss the future of aviation post pandemic.

Why should visitors come to your stand and what can they expect to see?


We will showcase our solutions dedicated to the industry including our RFID baggage tags as well as our asset tracking and RTLS solutions. We can discuss industry best practice and share our relevant experience from our global client base.

Equally we will also discuss how Paragon ID has changed, grown and has continued to invest in smart technologies during the health crisis to take a pro-active approach to best serve its clients.

What do you think is the biggest lesson that the industry will take away from the COVID-19 crisis?


Aviation has been one of worst hit industries globally. Alongside the loss of passengers, the health crisis has brought some new challenges to the sector. On top of safety and security which were already key in the industry, passenger health and handling has also become a core operational challenge.

Globally, the health crisis has also accelerated many trends including digitization and the use of contactless technology. It has changed forever customers’ habits and expectations. It has also accelerated the requirements for airlines and airports to improve efficiencies.

The industry is adapting to these changing requirements and many initiatives have been implemented included the ability to smoothly pass through check in and the improvement in baggage drop off and boarding processes – all with a view to ease the passenger journey and alleviate any concerns they may have.

Using technology as part of that process is key; whether it is to offer baggage self-tagging and drop off so that the passenger feels in control, to provide real time updates on where their precious luggage is using RFID baggage tags or to use facial recognition for security and passenger boarding.
Airports, airlines and ground handlers’ top priorities must be the strengthening of passenger related health measures, the wide adoption of digital communication and IoT to improve efficiency, real time information and overall passenger experience.