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BagsID Appoints Richard Camman as Chief Commercial Officer

BagsID has appointed Richard Camman as Chief Commercial Officer, where he will oversee commercial operations for airports, airlines, and third parties, including security equipment providers, governments and airport regulatory authorities.


BagsID's New Chief Commercial Officer, Richard Camman - Courtesy BagsID

On Monday (October 3, 2022), BagsID announced the appointment of Richard Camman as the company’s new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). In his new role, Mr. Camman will oversee commercial operations for airports, airlines, and third parties including security equipment providers, international governments and airport regulators. Richard Camman has vast expertise in biometrics and seamless passenger journeys. He joins BagsID from Vision-Box, where he served as Vice President of Business Innovation. Prior to his role at Vision-Box, Mr. Camman served as the Managing Director of Border and Identity Management for Accenture, among other notable positions.

In Monday’s announcement, BagsID’s new Chief Commercial Officer, Richard Camman, said,


“To be part of a state-of-the-art technology provider like BagsID, which promises to improve the way we travel with baggage, is truly inspiring. Having been at the heart of the biometrics and the Seamless Passenger Journey within the aviation industry, I’m honored to join the team.”


Also commenting on the appointment, BagsID’s CEO, Dave Bakker, said,


“Richard joins us with experience that will be instrumental in aligning our computer-vision for profiling and identifying baggage with passenger biometrics. With the recent baggage congestions, it is clear that traveling with baggage needs a new approach. To make the passenger journey seamless, we need to make the baggage journey seamless.”


With over four billion bags checked in globally each year, BagsID is focused on developing a future no-tag bag solution by using AI, deep learning and computer vision to build a smarter baggage tracking system. Alternately described as ‘baggage biometrics,’ the company’s solution will detect and track bags by their unique physical characteristics, including scratches, dents and other identifying features. The company’s SaaS solution will provide valuable insights to airports and airlines, while increasing performance and capacity. The software connects to a global library and has easy-to-integrate user interfaces, management dashboards and interoperable connectivity.



Source: BagsID

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