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Japan Airlines gets smart management

While airlines have adapted to the uptake of smart technology amongst passengers – from EasyJet's boarding pass app to Android's smart watch boarding passes – Japan Airlines is pulling focus to their staff, using iBeacon and smart watches to improve customer service.

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