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These Robots Will Be Deployed to Reduce Airport Waits

These Robots Will Be Deployed to Reduce Airport Waits
Ryan Boyd

Leo and KATE, robots designed by SITA Lab, are intended to improve customer experiences at airports, including a streamlined check-in process and baggage assistance. Leo, whose purpose is to check baggage by storing customer items within a storage unit, is undergoing a dry run at Geneva Airport (GVA), while KATE, whose function is identifying congestion and checking passengers in, is expected to be given a trial run shortly after. If successful, the robot program is expected to expand.

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