In addition to associating luggage with travelers and storing this information inside the database, the system also provides information of loading and unloading luggage from scheduled aircraft.
The process of obtaining information takes place in real time. Through appropriate interfaces to other IT systems installed at the airport, it is possible to collect information inside one BRS system and build a database containing all information obtained from other IT systems. The data is necessary to find baggage inside the airport, check baggage status and confirm that it has been loaded on the appropriate aircraft. The system is installed on professional servers equipped with disk arrays (RAID).
The BRS system is designed as an interactive database that collects luggage information both automatically and with the option of manually entering appropriate data. All acquired information is logged on the server and is provided with a date, time, and appropriate message. The system is responsible for properly managing luggage in accordance with the instructions taken from DCS and guidelines from external security systems.
Depending on the capabilities of other IT systems, the BRS system can provide the following information for individual baggage:
BRS is also used for collective operations:
When collecting information about luggage, the BRS system can work with such systems as:
In case of failure of the connection with other IT systems, BRS has the function of working offline and updating the collected information after restoring the connection with other IT systems.