KLM airport robot that scans boarding pass and carries luggage to gate and even stops off for duty free


KLM airport robot that scans boarding pass and carries luggage to gate and even stops off for duty free

KLM airport robot that scans boarding pass and carries luggage to gate and even stops off for duty free

The robot, called Care-E, is a bright blue 'self-driving trolley'. It has been developed by Dutch-based airline KLM and will roll out in the US first. Care-E travels at 3mph and interacts with passengers using a variety of sounds

Navigating an airport while trying to find your boarding gate and carrying heavy carry-on luggage can be stressful - even for frequent travellers.

It's something that Dutch airline KLM recognises and hopes it can help with - by deploying a robot that can carry your bags to the correct gate. It'll even stop off at the duty-free shop on the way if you ask it to.

The robot is currently being tested by KLM and it has uploaded a video of Care-E in action on YouTube.


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