Airport Guide Robots

LG designed the Airport Guide Robot to make air travel easier. It can scan boarding passes, display flight information and give directions to your gate. Airpott guide robot is designed to interact with travelers. It understund english, korean, japanese and chinese language. For now this robot can be found on Incheon International, Seoul.

 

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It’s cousin patrolling LaGuardia :}

 

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Can it find lost baggage? 

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 Just an another proof that robots are already here and can serve.

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1 minute ago, pinto said:

 Just an another proof that robots are already here and can serve.

You are right - this is just beginning with no limits to innovation 

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6 minutes ago, 50 shades of black said:

We are going to be killed. Someday, robots will rule the world!

 

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Not just in Seoul. Prague airport from before has a own-self robot. They call him Pepper.  Master Pepper can offer traveler's directions and take selfies!

 

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Personally, this picture from Air Canada lounge at Heathrow is so much nicer. Cheers.

 

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Well.. Laughing at that Carling. Cobra as a premium..... Someone is trolling

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