Whether it's electronic luggage tags, biometric services, or aviation data analysis, smart technology is helping airports become smarter. The most striking of these is undoubtedly the breakthrough development of airport robotics and artificial intelligence. Countries are trying to catch up with this new explosion of robotics.
Right now at Schiphol Airport, an airport robot is guiding passengers on the twisty route to the gate, not only using building maps for airport navigation, but also equipped with camera sensors and laser scanners, checking and determining from time to time. Passengers did not get lost, and they shuttled flexibly in the crowd without squeezing or bumping hard.
Airport robots have now taken on the role of serving tourists visiting Japan at Narita Airport in Japan. Not only is it proficient in Japanese, English, and Chinese, but it can also inform exchange rates and introduce airport facilities. This robot will be placed in front of the foreign currency exchange window on an experimental basis. The purpose of this move is to allow people to experience the future technology of the robot and feel the convenience it brings.
China is building a veritable robot powerhouse. The first robot pop-up show was held at Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport recently. 60 cute robots won praise from the audience through their wonderful performances such as singing, dancing and recitation. Passing tourists also came to interact with the little treasures. Experience the joy of interacting with robots. It not only allows the traveling passengers to fully experience the intelligent and interesting service, but its appearance also opens the cooperation between Shenzhen Airport and the Group's robot project.
The robot can be a business inquirer, providing guests with common sense of boarding and on-site services; providing guests with basic terminal services such as media playback, navigation, asking for directions, and business handling; acting as an airport guide to reduce passengers getting lost at the airport and missing flights. Focusing on building the "most experiential airport", we will continue to optimize and improve related service processes, introduce more advanced technologies and increase investment in high-tech facilities, to directly promote the convenience of passengers.
Airport robots have been parking passengers at Düsseldorf Airport in Germany for the past two years, saving space and reducing the burden on drivers. After measuring and photographing each vehicle, the robot lifts the car's four wheels a few centimeters like a forklift and parks it in a parking space. Unlike automated parking lots designed as high-bay warehouses, ordinary parking lots can also be equipped with such robots.
A luggage robot at Geneva Airport that allows passengers to use its touchscreen to scan their boarding pass and print luggage tags, while viewing the correct information about the gate. The airport robot will then automatically move the passenger's luggage to the correct handling area. With the help of robots, passengers don't have to wait in long lines to check in with their luggage, or even unload their loads and go straight to the security checkpoint without entering the terminal door.