Bristol Airport gets virtual at security control

Bristol Airport gets virtual at security controlNew state-of-the-art Virtual Assistants have been installed at Bristol Airport's security search area, it has been revealed.

According to the travel hub, Tensator has employed the technology with the aim of simplifying the security process, reducing queues and making it easier for passengers to move through the airport to their flight.

The three Virtual Assistants use audio-visual displays to communicate "vital safety and security messages and instructions" to passengers, Bristol Airport asserted.

Kevin Hickson, general manager at Tensator, said: "With approximately six million passengers each year and as the transport hub for the south-west of England, it is essential that the passenger journey […] is managed as efficiently as possible."

The technology is already in place at London Luton Airport and Birmingham Airport.

Airport car parking, perhaps like Virtual Assistants, could speed up the process of getting a flight from Bristol Airport.

There are numerous on-site car parks, all awarded the Park Mark award for safety, available for business and leisure passengers.  

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