The airline nippon Japan Airlines test a robot that helps carry the luggage

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  • The robot Omron RS Mobile, a vehicle, self-driven and designed for the transport of objects in various situations.
  • Its function is to help travelers carry their luggage from the belt collection after landing until their transport to leave the premises.
  • it Is specifically aimed at disabled and older people face to the celebration of the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020.

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The airline Japan Airlines (JAL) has put to the test robots that help passengers to the transport of baggage in airports, particularly aimed at disabled and older people face to the celebration of the JJ.OO. Tokyo 2020.

The company nippon confirmed the test conducted with the robot Omron RS Mobile, a vehicle, self-driven and designed for the transportation of objects in different situations -for example with a lot of traffic of people, which took place in the japanese airport of Fukuoka, in the south of the archipelago, between the 17 and the 28 of April.


About 80 people, most wheelchair users or parents with babies and small children, tested the device, and issued criticisms “very positive” about it, a spokesman for JAL.

the function of The Omron RS Mobile Robot is to assist travelers to carry their baggage from the belt collection after landing until your transport to leave the facilities.

This “initial study” of the use of robots to assist customers in airports is part of the research that the airline is carrying out “to improve the service on the eve of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo 2020, and ageing population faced by Japan,” explained the source.

In the trial last April, JAL sought to ascertain what were the necessary conditions for proper mobility in an environment with people in the “can move without any restriction” and if the interface was easy to use without causing delays.

The airline nippon said that it does not provide launch service short-term, but plans to “do so in the future for our customers around the world.”

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The airline nippon Japan Airlines test a robot that helps carry the luggage
Source: english  
May 10, 2017


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