Topic: the Internet of Things
Smart technology is changing everything from the homes we live in to how our cities are managed. The hospitality industry is no exception.
The Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino will install access points to offer location-based services and Internet of Things capabilities.
When smart rooms and automation are implemented properly, they can help a hotel’s brand in unexpected ways.
The integrated plug-and-play suite comes with everything needed to prevent interruption including software, hardware and connectivity.
The hotel’s operation relies on smart interactive technologies, particularly facial recognition, although humans still run housekeeping.
The company plans to focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning and the Internet of Things to create curated guest experiences at every price point.
A simple “Hey Angie, turn on the bedroom light,” “Hey Angie, I’m cold,” or “Hey Angie, relax scene,” is enough to adjust the guestroom accordingly.
New technology that looks like traditional mirrors is bringing the next level of Internet of Things into hotel guestrooms.
AccorHotels took to Twitter, crystal-balling seven hospitality trends it thinks will be big in 2018.
It's a new year and another chance to get it right or wrong. In the hospitality industry, this means getting it right where it counts most: with customers.