A $445 million, multi-year upgrade of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport's baggage handling systems is creating an underground conveyor belt network that resembles a city subway system, run from a central control room. If part of the system fails or something gets stuck, alerts are triggered and cameras along the system can pinpoint problems.
An inside look at Seattle airport's new baggage system
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