Ah, Google Glass, where the DVF Google Glass frames are now available over in the U.K., is back in the limelight – and will target the traveling crowd this time around. Flying used to be glamorous back in the day, but it is so normal now that folks continue to seek out the next best experience, such as business class as well as spending time in all of the various airport lounges. Having said that, the Edinburgh airport intends to be the first in the world that will integrate Glass for their customer service representatives.
This particular trial intends to study at the different methods where technology could step in to assist travelers locate answers to a slew of potential “speedbumps”, such as airport facilities as well as translating passenger documentation into English. Until the end of 2014, the welcome team at the airport will be on hand to offer details such as flight information, translations and answer general inquiries, all thanks to Google Glass.
Edinburgh airport chief executive Gordon Dewar shared, “We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to improve the airport experience for our passengers and Google Glass trial is a great example of how we’re thinking outside the box.” Are you curious to try out such an experience the next time you fly?