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IN Science & Technology ON 17 Jul, 2015
Welcome to the World's first robot hotel, The Henn na hotel of Japan, which means weird hotel. The high-tech mind behind this innovative hotel is Hideo Sawada. The hotel is fully robot-staffed and is user-friendly. Guests are greeted at the hotel reception by dinosaurs. And after that, all the hospitality activities are managed by highly equipped robots.
Time to check into the world's first robot-staffed that has recently opened in Japan.
Japan's robot hotel Henn na promotes technology by featuring different kinds of automated robots, including an English speaking dinosaur at the reception and a female android.
Guests have to type their all information and feed into a touch panel. Their details get accepted by the automated and high-tech systems.
At check-in point, guests undergo facial recognition as their identity.
Guests will have to feed their room number into the digital panel of carrier robot and it will drop the luggage at the room place.
Hotel's tulip-shaped robot, Tuly, takes care of you all the time. There are no light switches available in the room and guest speaks to Tuly to turn on/off the light switches.
Sensor panels in hotel's room are highly active. It quickly adjusts the room temperature according to your body. Tuly also informs the guest about the time and weather forecast details.
A giant robot which can be usually seen in manufacturing units, will keep your store items in hotel's cloakroom.
The guest put all their belongings in a window box. A giant robot's arm grabs the guests store items and places in the stockpile of the cloakroom.
Japan Hotel's Henn na founder Hideo Sadawa believes in innovation and desires to cut down the labor cost. Cost of a night stay in hotel, which is a part of the Huis ten Bosch amusement park, starts at 9,000 yen (£46, $73), which is considered to be a bargain in Japan. Sadawa is concerned about the prices going up.
The well known Japanese entrepreneur, Takafumi Horie tweeted, "Well, hotels are better without people, aren't they?"
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