As part of its yearly round up of the Top Tech Travel Trends of the year, USA Today Road Warriors selected their top picks. We’re proud to say that Tensator Virtual Assistants were named to a prestigious list of cutting edge solutions that includes biometrics, self driving cars and 3D printers. The Tensator Virtual Assistants, which landed this year at multiple airports — including Glasgow, Miami, Madrid, London and Dubai — were recognized for helping speed passengers through security checks and providing a full range of interactive information — from shopping recommendations, restaurant selections, to travel and safety information — all provided in multiple languages, 24 x7 without ever getting tired! USA Today Road Warriors predicts an uptick in Tensator Virtual Assistants appearing in airports around the world in 2016.
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