Japanese electronics giant Hitachi’s humanoid robot Emiew3 is shown to the press at Tokyo Internatinal Airport on Friday, September 2, 2016. (All photos by Yoshio Tsunoda/AFLO)
Hitachi will start a field test for passengers at the airport’s Terminal 2 with their robot from next week.
The robot can communicate in Japanese and English.
After the trials are complete Hitachi hopes that the robot will be able to actually guide passengers by asking them to follow it within the airport.