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Vanguard ID Systems cards are designed for excellent performance and years of real world use. Printed on high strength Teslin®, these durable, waterproof cards won’t crack or peel - unlike PVC cards - so they’ll reflect the quality of your brand image use after use. In fact, our bar coded cards typically last up to 10 years.

Cards are available in 18 mil to 30 mil thicknesses. Options include a signature panel, matte lamination on the back of the card, and a bar code, magnetic stripe and/or RFID inlay. Cards can also be ordered with the DataGuard Security System™, our patented attached label, for maximum convenience and 100 percent data integrity.

Choose from stock graphics, use your own logo and messaging or let our professional designers create a look just for you.

 

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11/14/2016
Delta Uses Chip Tags, Tracking App to Tackle Problem of Lost Bags
There's nothing like lost luggage to put a damper on the holiday travel season, but a simple piece of technology being added to some luggage tags could help limit the problem. Just in time for the travel rush, Delta is adding Radio Frequency Identification chips, also known as RFID, to paper baggage tags.
03/28/2016
Alaska Airlines Testing Electronic Baggage Tags With Some Passengers, Crew
For years now, airlines have experimented with different programs — like real-time baggage tracking — that aim to ensure that passengers and their luggage arrive together and in one piece. Alaska Airlines is jumping on the issue, allowing some passengers to replace traditional checked bag tags with a high-tech, electronic version.
03/25/2016
Is This The Baggage Tag of The Future?
Alaska Airlines' research and development team, Customer Experience Labs (CX Labs), has come up with a number of different features over the past few years, focusing on biometric systems to allow automated lounge access and even to streamline boarding. And now, they've turned their considerable engineering prowess to an oft-overlooked part of the travel experience: the humble baggage tag.