Holographic display debuts at Guangzhou airport
A total of three guidance equipment featuring holographic display technology made their first public appearances in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport on Dec 1.
The three devices were distributed at three security check points in the airport, helping provide traveling tips to passengers and guiding them to check their belongings.
Three guiding equipment featuring holographic display technology are launched in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport on Dec 1. [Photo/ycwb.com]
The equipment has integrated front-projected holographic display with bilingual interpretation, enabling passengers to gain better understanding of prohibited articles and regulations for the safety of flights.
The launch of such equipment prior to the 2017 Fortune Global Forum is not only Guangzhou's innovative move to build smart airport and enrich passengers travelling experience, but showcases inbound visitors the best image of the airport and even China's civil aviation industry, according to a spokesperson of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport has been working hard to promote smart airport construction over the past year. A lot of cutting-edge technologies have been introduced including "QR code pass", special X-ray check machine and facial recognition system and the airport vowed to explore more of such technologies to provide passengers safer, more efficient and comfortable travelling experience.
A passenger takes a photo of the special security check guide at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. [Photo/ycwb.com]