Jimkimi, a South Korean startup that has developed airport baggage management service software, has been providing services since October 2019 with the motto of eliminating existing inconveniences and keeping customers’ luggage safe at the airport. .
Based on its airport baggage handling patent in Korea, Jimkimi has applied for international patents in US, EU and Singapore, and cooperates with airlines based on its specialized technology based on deep learning and big data.
“When the customer’s baggage is checked in and arrives at the destination airport, the Jimkimi service will text you to see if it has arrived, ‘when’ and ‘where’ it will be delivered,” Park Dong said. keun, CEO of Jimkimi. âIt’s an integrated baggage monitoring solution that allows you to immediately recognize that an accident has occurred and simplify the accident resolution process while always monitoring updated information when a baggage accident has occurred. occurs. “
This type of integrated service makes it possible to reduce customer anxiety related to their luggage and to efficiently manage their waiting time.
âI lost my bag on my first trip abroad. It was heartbreaking that my luggage did not get out at an unknown foreign airport, and I suffered a lot of inconvenience when I was told to keep waiting even after reporting it to the airline, âhe said. said CEO Park. âIt ruined my travel plans. I looked for a baggage handling service, but there was only an accident insurance service. That’s why I decided to plan Jimkimi.
Jimkimi entered the new baggage management market with convenience and scalability as its weapons.
The Jimkimi service can be used without installing a mobile app. Users on a 2G network as well as those without WiFi connections or global roaming can still receive the service.
It is a patented management solution that can use both barcodes and RFID-based airport infrastructure, so it is not limited to a specific airport and can be easily extended to services. international flights.
Jimkimi continues to expand in international service based on national and international airports.
With this, the company plans to expand its range of services by collaborating with travel, hotel and transportation providers, and create its own data ecosystem and expand its business using Big Data. .
Meanwhile, Jimkimi was recognized as a promising startup last June and was shortlisted for the â2021 Y & Navigator 2nd Batchâ acceleration program organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Tourism Organization. tourism, and operated by Y & Archer. Through this program, Jimkimi received support such as one-on-one mentoring, training and networking for startups, investment recommendations and Y & LAB (market validation testing).
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