Airport Automation to Speed Up for a Crisis Rebound With Less Human Contact

Airport Automation to Speed Up for a Crisis Rebound With Less Human Contact

A boy watches a robot at Shanghai's Pudong International Airport as Chinese tech companies start to deploy their wealth, technological prowess and massive databases to help combat the coronavirus outbreak. Reuters



Skift Take: Sanitizing robots. Amazon's touchless checkouts for airport stores. Contactless dining. Airports had already been embracing automation, but the crisis may accelerate the pace of change.

— Sean O'Neill

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