Emirates, one of the world’s largest airlines, has announced the launch of the world’s first-ever robotic check-in system at airports. The new system, which has been implemented at Terminal 3 of Dubai International Airport, uses robots to assist passengers with their check-in process.
The robotic check-in kiosks are designed to be user-friendly and allow passengers to complete their check-in process in just a few minutes. Passengers can interact with the robots via touchscreen displays that guide them through the check-in process step-by-step.
The new system is part of Emirates’ ongoing efforts to provide passengers with a seamless travel experience. The airline has been investing heavily in technology and innovation in recent years, with a particular focus on automation and artificial intelligence.
According to Emirates, the new robotic check-in system will help to reduce passenger waiting times and increase efficiency at the airport. The robots are able to scan passports, boarding passes, and other travel documents, and can even print baggage tags and boarding passes.
The new system is also expected to improve the overall passenger experience by reducing the need for passengers to queue at check-in counters. This will help to reduce stress levels and make the airport experience more enjoyable for passengers.
Emirates is not the only airline to experiment with robotic check-in systems. Several other airlines around the world have already implemented similar systems, with varying degrees of success. However, Emirates is the first airline to launch such a system on a large scale, and it is expected to set a new standard for the industry.
The introduction of the new system is just one of many technological innovations that Emirates has introduced in recent years. The airline has also invested heavily in in-flight entertainment, Wi-Fi connectivity, and other passenger amenities, all with the goal of providing passengers with a superior travel experience.