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1. LG Trials Multilingual Robots at Incheon Airport in South Korea
LG Electronics today launched a trial of Airport Guide Robots and Airport Cleaning Robots at Incheon International Airport (IIA) in South Korea. The Airport Guide Robot will roam the airport providing information and assistance to visitors while the Airport Cleaning Robot will be on hand to keep the floors clean.
2. LG Unveils Airport Guide and Airport Cleaning Robots
LG Electronics is using CES 2017 to showcase a lineup of new intelligent robots, as part of the companys innovations in artificial intelligence and developments in the IoT ecosystem. The lineup includes a home robot that doubles as a smart home gateway and intelligent home notification center, as well as advanced robots designed for use in airports and other public spaces.
3. LG to Showcase Three New Robots at CES 2018 in Las Vegas
LG is to use the upcoming CES 2018 in Las Vegas, to unveil three concept robots specifically developed for commercial use at hotels, airports and supermarkets. The robots represent LGs commitment to expanding its business into a future growth engine based on its leading robotics technology.
4. Shangri-Las Hotel Jen Brand Employs Robots
Teams at Hotel Jen Orchardgateway and Tanglin Singapore have welcomed two new robotic colleagues, Jeno and Jena at their respective properties. The duo will deliver amenities and local favourites from the in-room dining menu to guests, when an order for them is placed.
5. LG to Showcase AI Technology for Home, Outdoor and Public Spaces at CES 2017
LG will this week showcase innovations in artificial intelligence, expected to be a major theme of CES 2017. Innovating beyond LG technologies already found in the LG HOM-BOT automated vacuum cleaner (pictured), LGs first non-cleaning robots are equipped with AI technology enabling them to be employed in the home, in tandem with other smart appliances, outdoors, as well as in publ
6. Ascott Exceeds Target of 20,000 Units in China for 2017
Ascott exceeded its target of 20,000 units for China in 2017, ahead of its planned schedule of 2020, as it sealed contracts to manage nine properties with over 2,000 units in China. With these new properties, Ascott made inroads into new cities such as Harbin and Zhuhai, and widened its presence in Chongqing, Foshan, Shanghai and Wuxi. It also marked a record year of growth in Chin
7. Panasonic and IBM to Develop Digital Concierge for Hospitality Industry
Panasonic and IBM are working together on a digital concierge service to enhance consumer experiences and expectations while traveling. The Panasonic Digital Concierge applies Watson and IBM Cloud to a digital mirror designed for hotels and other hospitality industry customers.
8. Second Aloft Hotel Employs Robot
The Aloft Silicon Valley has become the second Aloft hotel to employ a robotic butler, or Botlr as it is called. Botlr is now on call full-time, where it will assist Aloft staff in delivering amenities to guest rooms. Dressed in a custom uniform and nametag, Botlr autonomously transports everything from toothbrushes to the days paper as it navigates the 172 rooms and five floors

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