Bengaluru airport runs test phase of 10 temi robots across terminal


For the seamless travel of the passengers, Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru ran a test phase of robots across its terminal.

The robot talks to the passengers and answers various questions. (File Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Bengaluru airport runs test phase of robots on the terminals
  • These temi robots answer the questions of the passenger
  • They are currently under testing phase and only ten such robots have been launched

In a bid to ensure a seamless travelling experience for the passengers, Bengaluru airport ran a test phase of its temi robot at the terminals.

The temi robot alias Sky has been designed to talk to the passengers and answer their questions.

While it’s still undergoing some tests, around 10 such robots were deployed across the airport.

SKY HELPING A PASSENGER

In the video, Sky can be seen answering questions asked by the passengers. When the passenger asked how to locate missing baggage, it effortlessly guided him.

The robot can answer several questions such as:

-Where is baggage available?
-Where is the toy shop?
-Where is the bookshop?
-Where is the restroom?
-Where is drinking water?
-Where is KFC, and more such questions.

It also helps passengers to navigate through the airport and helps them in reaching their destination by asking them to follow.

The temi robot named Sky keeps roaming across the airport and stops when you call it.

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